Biomedical engineering’s Nicole Steinmetz awarded NSF CAREER grant

Nicole Steinmetz

A Case Western Reserve University researcher has won a $500,000 National Science Foundation grant to create tiny sensors capable of detecting insecticides in Lake Erie or determining subtypes of human cancers. Nicole Steinmetz, an assistant

Malaria-detection device developed by CWRU researchers selected for federal Patents for Humanity award

malaria detection device

Only university awarded in national competition While the industrialized world has been free of malaria for 50 years, the disease remains a major humanitarian issue that affects the health and quality of life of impoverished

Kent H. Smith Charitable Trust, trustees to receive President’s Award for Visionary Achievement

Phil Ranney and Bill LaPlace

A simple yet powerful maxim guides the extraordinary philanthropy of the Kent H. Smith Charitable Trust: helping people and organizations help themselves. That principle emanates from the lives of the Trust’s namesake, Kent Hale Smith

High school researcher working in engineering lab awarded Princeton Prize in Race Relations

Anthony Price working in the lab

Anthony Price, a high school student who works in Professor Rigoberto Advincula’s research lab, recently was awarded a 2015 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. This prestigious award carries a $1,000 prize for particularly noteworthy

Marilyn Mobley wins a Judson Smart Living Award in Education

Marilyn Mobley wins a Judson Smart Living Award in Education

Vice President for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity and Professor of English Marilyn Mobley recently was selected for a Judson Smart Living Award in Education. Mobley was honored at the awards recognition luncheon Thursday, May

Biomedical engineering’s Anant Madabhushi receives grant to develop methods to predict precursor of breast cancer

Biomedical engineering’s Anant Madabhushi receives grant to develop methods to predict precursor of breast cancer

Anant Madabhushi, professor of biomedical engineering, and his team were awarded a $387,000 grant from the National Cancer Institute to develop image-based methods to predict aggression in ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), a precursor

Graduating student wins Alumni Association’s Ohio Collegiate Plate Program scholarship

Jason Rucker

Jason N. Rucker was named this year’s scholarship recipient of the Ohio Collegiate Plate Program, sponsored by The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University. The CWRU Ohio License Plate Scholarship is awarded to

University to award four honorary degrees, approximately 2,000 diplomas during 2015 commencement

CWRU students at commencement

As approximately 2,000 students receive their bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees at 2015 commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 17, four esteemed professionals from fields such as the military, medicine and entertainment also will be

Career path of Hovorka Prize winner Robert C. Elston follows biostatistics rather than farming

Robert Elston

As a young man, Robert C. Elston didn’t have the means to follow his heart’s desire to buy a farm in England, so he pursued a fellowship in the United States instead. That twist

Jackson Award winner Gillian Weiss helps struggling student earn a degree

“Great mentors don’t just belong to people who do great things,” wrote a Case Western Reserve University alum and former student of Gillian Weiss. “They are also there for the people who stumble across