Cities rely on anchor districts such as CWRU’s thriving neighborhood, University Circle

Anchor districts are the new engines of job creation, and that’s a good thing for cities FreshwaterCleveland: Many cities rely on their anchors districts—geographic areas with a high density of institutions that stabilize their communities

Mandel School’s Megan Holmes talks about recent research on parental violence

Parental violence affects boys, girls differently ANINews: A recent study by Megan Holmes, assistant professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, discovered that parental violence affects boys and girls

VP of Academic Affairs Lynn Singer discusses CWRU student scholarships provided by Chinese government

Education Insider: Spirit of giving helps Columbus schools The Columbus Dispatch: Deputy Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Lynn Singer discussed scholarships the Chinese government will provide to two CWRU students to study in China

Creative new media officer Jared Bendis talks popular apps of 2014

Picking the best apps of 2014 Jared Bendis, creative new media officer at Kelvin Smith Library, talked about some of the most popular apps of

Music’s Lisa Koops named to journal’s editorial board

Music’s Lisa Koops named to journal’s editorial board

Lisa, Koops, associate professor of music education, was named to the editorial board for Perspectives: Journal of the Early Childhood Music & Movement Association. The journal seeks to promote best practices in all areas of

Cassandra Burke Robertson named new director at School of Law’s Center for Professional Ethics


Cassandra Burke Robertson was named director of the endowed Center for Professional Ethics at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Robertson has taught professional responsibility at the university’s law school for more than eight

Professor Kathryn Lavelle appointed Wilson Center Global Fellow

Professor Kathryn Lavelle appointed Wilson Center Global Fellow

Kathryn Lavelle, the Ellen and Dixon Long Professor of World Affairs, was appointed as a Wilson Center Global Fellow in the Global Europe Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. As a Wilson Center

University installs nation’s first critical-care transport helicopter simulator for flight nurse training


Acute care nurse practitioner (ACNP) students, specializing in flight nursing at Case Western Reserve University, will soon be training in the nation’s first state-of-the-art simulator built in an actual helicopter. The simulator creates the

Students, alumni bring hard science and fun to CES 2015


From health monitoring to aviation, from mobile password protection to affordable high-end yo-yos and more Nine teams of Case Western Reserve University student and alumni entrepreneurs will showcase their inventions and burgeoning businesses at the

“Get Fit For Life” with 121 Fitness’ 12-week nutrition program

“Get Fit For Life” with 121 Fitness’ 12-week nutrition program

Faculty and staff members are encouraged to register for 121 Fitness’ “Get Fit for Life” nutrition program, a 12-week program that will run from Jan. 12 to April 5. The program will include full access