Check out winning entries of fifth annual Study Abroad Photo Contest

Courtyard of the lions

The Office of Education Abroad selected the winners of the fifth annual Study Abroad Photo Contest. More than 100 photos were submitted across four categories: Landscapes, Buildings, and Bridges; The World is Your Classroom;

Timothy Beal’s “The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and the Arts” named best reference work in humanities

Timothy Beal’s “The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and the Arts” named best reference work in humanities

Timothy Beal’s The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and the Arts recently won the Library Journal’s award for Best Print Reference/Best Reference work for 2015 in the humanities category. Beal, the Florence Harkness Professor of

Staff members receive President’s Award for Distinguished Service, Robin Kramer Volunteer Award

President Barbara R. Snyder recognized four staff members for their exemplary service and commitment to Case Western Reserve University during the university’s annual staff awards brunch on Wednesday. Rachel Begley, Dwayne Bible and Diane Domanovics

Social Justice Institute’s Rhonda Y. Williams recognized for contributions to the community

Rhonda Williams

The Bill of Rights Defense Committee/Defending Dissent Foundation recognized Rhonda Y. Williams, founder and director of the Social Justice Institute, as its June 2016 Patriot Award winner. Williams was recognized for her work to respond

PhD candidate selected for prestigious Byron Fellowship

Sarah Shick, a PhD candidate in sociology, was selected for a Byron Fellowship, a five-day program for emerging leaders who are making an impact on their communities and attuned to global challenges. Fellows work with

Faculty members in medicine, management win best overall manuscript award at international conference

Yunmei Wang, assistant professor of medicine, and Philip A. Cola, adjunct assistant professor of medicine and management, won the best overall manuscript at the 21st International Academy of Management and Business Conference held in

Leonard Gelfand STEM Center’s Kathy Kwiatkowski honored for work with Population Education program

Kathy Kwiatkowski, director of Math and Science for the Leonard Gelfand STEM Center, was named the Most Valuable Trainer for 2016 for her work with the Population Education program.​ Population Education, a program of Population

Three university-based technologies secure translational state funding awards

Test tubes

Working in collaboration with the university’s Technology Transfer Office (TTO), four Case Western Reserve faculty recently secured state funding awards to help them move their research from the campus to the marketplace. The awards involve

5 questions with… recent graduate, public service fellow Olivia Ortega

Olivia Ortega

Olivia Ortega spent the summer between her junior and senior years crashing in the living room of a place she found on Craigslist in order to make interning at the immigration department of the

Winners of the Wellness Program’s Health Trails exercise competition announced

Cynthia Hale

Case Western Reserve University faculty and staff logged exercise minutes for the final time May 8 in HealthTrails, a 12-week exercise incentive competition. Sponsored by the Wellness Program, HealthTrails participants were asked to exercise