Weatherhead’s Richard Buchanan discusses benefit of incorporating design into K-12 education

Art teachers include design to connect pupils to their world State Impact: Richard Buchanan, professor of design and innovation, discussed the benefit of incorporating design into K-12 education, a concept some schools in China already

Reproductive biology’s Patrick Catalano talks about study to prevent obese mice from having overweight babies

Treatment keeps obese mice from having overweight babies Science Magazine: A recent study tested the use of adiponectin in pregnant obese mice to prevent them from having overweight babies. The study resulted in the mice

Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences’ Steven Hauck talks about potential NASA missions to Venus and asteroids

NASA narrows its list of planetary targets Nature: Steven Hauck, professor of planetary geodynamics, talked about NASA’s plans to launch potential missions to Venus and asteroids. “They’re pretty exciting choices and focus on a body that

Visit newly opened Maltz Performing Arts Center at Department of Music concerts Oct. 11-12

Orchestra performance

The Department of Music will host its first concerts at the newly opened Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center Oct. 11-12. The CWRU Symphonic Winds, conducted by Ryan Scherber, and the CWRU Jazz Ensemble

New rules added to Humans vs. Zombies game

Humans v. Zombies

Due to concerns about the safety of the entire university community, changes and precautions will be taken during the remainder the Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) fall 2015 game. The following items now are banned: Blasters that

Wear blue or gray tomorrow—and every Friday—to show CWRU pride

All members of the campus community are encouraged to wear CWRU blue or gray—whether it’s a CWRU shirt or pin, or simply a blue or gray outfit—every Friday of this academic year to show

Depression risk factors identified for moms with children using life-supporting technology

Depressed woman

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University previously had found that mothers of children dependent on life-supporting medical technology are at risk for depression. In a new study, the researchers discovered factors that significantly contribute

CWRU’s Think Forum speaker series brings leading speakers to campus—for free

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2015-16 season debuts with new name and venue—and now free The newly renamed Think Forum speaker series at Case Western Reserve University continues the legacy of the historic Town Hall of Cleveland with a 2015-16

Find out how to make healthy eating choices on a budget

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The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women and Women in Doctoral Studies will host Brenda Walsh, a dietitian at University Health Service and adjunct instructor in the School of Medicine, Monday, Oct. 12, from

Audition for Mental Health Awareness Talent Show Oct. 14-15

The National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) will hold auditions for its talent show Oct. 14-15. Students can sign up as single performers or as larger groups. All acts, from spoken word poetry to