In June, Peter de Blank, assistant professor in pediatric oncology and hematology, added a new accolade to his collection—the inaugural Francis S. Collins Award to research neurofibromatosis (NF).
He was one of the first two
After every basketball practice during her sophomore year at Central Michigan University, Amy Backus went home and logged each drill her team performed that day.
That’s when it hit her: Her aspirations changed from becoming
The Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) at Case Western Reserve University encourages students to “break out of the bubble” and experience all that Cleveland has to offer.
This summer, James Dolgin, a sophomore
All superheroes have an origin story—a backstory that delves deeper into the character’s history. Valentino Zullo, a second-year graduate student in the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, has his
In 2010, Wallace “Wally” Gingerich retired as a professor of social work at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. Although “retired,” Gingerich didn’t stop serving Case Western Reserve University.
James Zull remembers when a single chain separated Western Reserve University and the Case Institute of Technology. The chain was a futile effort to create an illusion of separation. People often stepped right over
Before she was born, Irena Kenneley’s family immigrated to the United States from Lithuania after years of persecution under Russian communist rule post-World War II. Growing up on Cleveland’s East Side, Kenneley initially struggled
Throughout his career at Case Western Reserve University, Derek Reinbold was the prototypical student-athlete. He successfully juggled study sessions, practice, tests and matches as a triple major (art history, international studies and political science)