Ever since she was young, Adithy Nagarajan has had a mind geared toward engineering.
Growing up in New Berlin, Wis., she loved visiting interactive science museums. She could always be found at the exhibits that
Faculty members Anna Samia and Clemens Burda have built careers on chemistry—and a life on the chemistry they feel toward each other.
Burda and Samia met at Georgia Institute of Technology in 1999. Both were
This semester, Chris Bohan, visiting assistant professor of theater, is teaching a SAGES course on theater criticism. The first subject? Slowgirl—a two-person play co-starring Bohan at the Dobama Theater in Cleveland Heights.
The performance, which
You’ve likely heard of TED Talks—but here at Case Western Reserve, TedListens.
This Ted is Ted Evans (MGT ’95), a consultant and industry veteran who has had a successful 20-year career working with myriad companies,
Case Western Reserve University honors Martin Luther King Jr.—the holiday, the man and the legacy—with weeklong (Jan. 16-23) activities, including workshops, panel discussions and acclaimed speakers.
The celebration concludes with a keynote address by award-winning
In 1998, Elizabeth “Betsy” Banks came to Case Western Reserve University to manage an AmeriCorps environmental education grant program on campus. She figured the position would be a rewarding—but brief—experience because the grant funding
Last year, more than 21,600 students applied for admission to Case Western Reserve University’s Class of 2018—an increase of 18 percent over the previous year’s record-breaking number.
This year, the university hopes to build on
Chris Ash earned a history degree from Case Western Reserve University in 1972. Instead of heading elsewhere to pursue a career like most of her fellow graduates, she stayed. Ash became an administrator in
Colin Worden’s involvement in Class Officer Collective (COC) was the result of a collective movement among his housemates more than three years ago. As a first-year in Storrs House, Worden’s friends pushed him to