Political science’s Justin Buchler discusses challenges for Republican Party uniting at RNC

The Globalist Monocle: Justin Buchler, associate professor of political science, discussed the challenges the Republican Party faced in unifying at last week’s

History’s John Grabowski reflects on his childhood in Cleveland’s Slavic Village

Sparkling and blighted, convention cities spotlight ignored urban issues The New York Times: John Grabowski, the Krieger-Mueller Joint Professor in History, reflected on his childhood in Cleveland’s Slavic Village, a community that has fallen into disrepair

Political science’s Kathryn Lavelle joins panel discussions on RNC, DNC

The Sound of Ideas ideastream: Kathryn Lavelle, the Ellen and Dixon Long Professor of World Affairs, joined a panel of political analysts each day during the Republican National Convention last week to discuss the major

Maintenance performed on Student Information System; clear cache if experiencing login difficulty

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Scheduled maintenance was performed on the Student Information System (SIS) system over the weekend. To log in to the system, visit case.edu/sis. Members of the university community who experience difficulties logging into SIS should clear their

Get information about the 2016-2017 Student Medical Plan

The Student Medical Plan is offered to students enrolled in at least one credit hour. The plan is offered as a supplement to care provided by University Health Service and University Counseling Services. Students also

Summer barbecue season to conclude July 27

Food on grill

The final summer barbecue season event of the year will be held Wednesday, July 27, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. between Kelvin Smith Library and the Tinkham Veale University Center south entrance. This week’s

Paralyzed riders use new technology to race bikes

Michael McClellan using assistive technology

Time trials in Cleveland Heights will determine who reaches upcoming international competition Four men and a woman from across the United States, who are paralyzed below the waist, will race on recumbent trikes at the

Researchers build a crawling robot from sea slug parts and a 3-D printed body

Swarms could one day search the depths of fresh and saltwater Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have combined tissues from a sea slug with flexible 3-D printed components to build “biohybrid” robots that crawl

PeopleSoft HCM to be unavailable Saturday early morning; SIS undergoing maintenance this weekend

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PeopleSoft HCM will undergo maintenance Saturday, July 23, from 3 to 6 a.m. The HCM System will be unavailable during this time. In addition, Student Information System (SIS) and SIS Mobile will be unavailable this weekend, beginning

Engineering alumnus, PhD student receives Fulbright Award to Finland

Joseph Toth

By Sydney Otto A few years ago, a passion for chemistry and intrigue in engineering led Joseph Toth to an African village, where he helped bring electricity to a family for the first time. Now,