Society of Pediatric Psychology recognizes Olena Zyga

The Society of Pediatric Psychology (Division 54) chose Olena Zyga, a senior studying pediatric psychology, as an outstanding undergraduate student. Zyga has contributed to research on many topics, including pretend play and developmental disorders, neuroimaging

CWRU students receive Esperanza scholarship

Esperanza Inc. honored four Case Western Reserve University scholarship winners at the Fiesta of Hope luncheon on June 27. Santiago Chabrier, an engineering major, Isaac Martinez, a nursing major, Alberto Rodriguez, a music education

School of Law team awarded Scribes 2014 Brief Award

The team of Alyssa Dechow, Del Guile and Garret Bowman, from the School of Law, won the Scribes 2014 Brief Award for their brief from the J. Braxton Craven Jr. Memorial Moot-Court Competition. The winners

Researchers awarded Phase II Coulter Grant on brain tumor project

Pallavi Tiwari, research assistant professor, and Anant Madabhushi, professor of biomedical engineering, were awarded a Phase II Coulter award on their project “NeuroRadVisionTM: Image based risk assessment for presence of recurrent tumor or radiation

Nursing student awarded Douglas W. Nock Endowment Scholarship

Case Western Reserve University awarded Lizzy Benway, a junior nursing major, the fourth Douglas W. Nock Endowment Scholarship. The award recognizes and provides financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students or admitted high school graduates

Sophomores selected by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation for study in China program

Israel Hill, a sophomore studying computer science, and Evan Harris, a sophomore studying finance, were each awarded a fully funded three-week study program in China by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. While in China, the

Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education selected for inaugural partnership award

The Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences—on behalf of Case Western Reserve University—on May 9 accepted the inaugural “Partnership Award” from

Doctoral students win Zdanis Fellowships

Doctoral students Devin Burke, from the music department, and Sarah Koopman-Gonzalez, from the anthropology department, received the Richard A. Zdanis Fellowships of $5,000 to complete their dissertations. Burke, who will graduate in December with a

Doctoral student Jaesung Lee wins best student paper competition on nanoscale devices

Jaesung Lee

Jaesung Lee, a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS), won the Best Student Paper Competition at the 2014 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (IEEE IFCS 2014), for presenting

Music’s Ross Duffin honored on sabbatical in the United Kingdom

Ross Duffin, the Fynette H. Kulas Professor of Music, who is long known as an authority on historical tuning systems, has been spending his 2013-14 sabbatical in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Near the end of his time