Just two years ago, custodian Steve Bailey received his first certificate of completion from Lynda.com—a website that offers free, online video-based tutorials on a range of technology subjects, taught by industry experts.
Fast-forward to today:
Megan Moynahan’s early interest in biomedical engineering stemmed from an article she read in a science magazine about bionic people and the idea of artificial organs and limbs.
As a 14-year-old, she wrote letters to
By Shivani Parikh
While today is just a normal Friday for most, it’s a monumental day in Jordan Genovese’s life: it’s the release date of her album, “Green November,” which encompasses years of songwriting and
By Jack Behrend
Arielle Dolezal’s passion for dance began with a bit of childhood window-shopping. One day, while watching her younger sister in her first-ever dance class, Dolezal wandered past another class in advanced ballet.
While an undergraduate student researcher at Ohio University, William Johnson gained a strong interest in blood cell development and gene regulation. So after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences, he decided to
When Max Simon was 13 years old, he and his cousin, 16-year-old Nick Francis, entered a national contest to create a backyard haunted house. Five years later, their business—the Fear Experience—is hailed as one
Kenneth Ledford is passionate about modern German history, and his dedication has helped him become a renowned expert in the field. But for Ledford, co-director of the Max Kade Center for German Studies, his
Junior music and biomedical engineering major Anton Spencer is known around campus as a proven leader. He is president of the Music Undergraduate Student Involvement Committee, principal flute for the Case Western/University Circle Symphonic