Law’s Jonathan Entin discusses the challenges regarding the language of Issue 3

Ohio board OKs ballot wording for marijuana legalization issue Fox 8: Jonathan Entin, the David L. Brennan Professor of Law, discussed the challenges regarding the language of Issue 3, which could legalize marijuana. He also talked

Distinguished University Professor Alan Rocke serves as chief historical advisor on new PBS three-part series

CWRU professor Alan Rocke featured in PBS series ‘The Mystery of Matter’ The Plain Dealer: Alan Rocke, Distinguished University Professor and the Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor of History, explained a new PBS three-part series, The

Case Western Reserve University was found to be one of the 25 most affordable colleges whose alumni go on to earn six-figure salaries

25 colleges that can land you a 6-figure career without grad school Money: Based on PayScale’s recent rankings of universities whose alumni with bachelor’s degrees go on to earn six-figure salaries, Money identified the 25 most

International graduate students: Register for Spoken English Seminar

This fall, Educational Services for Students (ESS) will give international graduate students have the opportunity to participate in an interactive and engaging seminar to improve their spoken English skills. The fee-based Spoken English Seminar is

Download CES EduPack 2015 from CWRU Software Center at no cost

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CES EduPack 2015 now is available to the Case Western Reserve University community through the Software Center. Students, faculty and staff members with Windows computers can download the software at no cost. CES EduPack is

Funeral arrangements set for CWRU alumnus, advocate “Dr. Ted” Castele

Ted Castele

A funeral mass for Theodore J. Castele (ADL ’51, MED ’57), well known as “Dr. Ted,” will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, at St. Angela Merici Church (20970 Lorain Road, Fairview Park). Calling hours

QGrad to host kickoff event Sept. 10

QGrad kick-off event flyer

QGrad, a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally (LGBTQA+) association for graduate and professional students, will host its annual kickoff party Thursday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m. at the Barking Spider Tavern (11310

Sign up now for biometric screenings as first step to qualify for 2016 wellness incentive

Faculty and staff members now can register for biometric screenings, which will be offered on campus beginning Sept. 15. The screening will help participants qualify for the 2016 wellness incentive. Employees are encouraged to sign

Support Staff Educational Enhancement Fund at Steps4Staff Sept. 25

The sixth annual Steps4Staff will be held Friday, Sept. 25, beginning at 3 p.m. in front of Adelbert Gymnasium. In case of rain, the event will held inside. Registration is $15, and all proceeds go

Celebrated educator, chemical engineer Donald Feke awarded Distinguished University Professorship

Donald Feke

Donald Feke (CIT ’76, GRS ’77, chemical engineering) is a triple threat at Case Western Reserve University: an award-winning educator, a patent-producing researcher and an accomplished administrator. His favorite aspect of his multifaceted role—and the