Baja Team races off-roading car in four-day international competition

Earlier this month, eight members of the Case Western Reserve University Baja Team packed up their trailer and drove south to Auburn, Ala., to compete in an international competition run by the Society of

Princeton Review names CWRU to 2015 ”Green Guide” for sustainability efforts

The Princeton Review recently named Case Western Reserve University as one of the 353 most environmentally responsible colleges of 2015 in its sixth annual “Guide to Green Colleges.” Case Western Reserve’s Office for Sustainability

SOURCE announces travel funding award recipients for 2014-2015

Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SOURCE) is pleased to announce the travel funding award recipients for 2014-2015. The following students presented a poster or paper about their research or creative endeavors at a

Biomedical engineering’s Anant Madabhushi part of three teams receiving grants for cancer research

Anant Madabhushi, professor of biomedical engineering, and Lyndsay Harris, professor of medicine-hematology/oncology, were awarded a one-year, $50,000 grant titled, “Radiogenomic approach for predicting pathologic complete response in HER2+ breast cancers” as part of the

Inamori Center selects philosopher, scholar Martha Nussbaum for 2015 Inamori Ethics Prize

The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University has selected Martha C. Nussbaum, who The New York Times once described as “the most prominent female philosopher in America,” for

Student entrepreneurs compete in 2015 Spartan Challenge for more than $20,000 in start-up funds, mentoring

greenlite spartan challenge

Foot-powered mobile phone charger for developing countries takes first place More than $20,000 was at stake—funding that could give a promising student business idea a real boost. Sixteen student teams entered the Spartan Challenge, Case Western

Northeast Ohio Consortium for Middle East Studies receives award for educational efforts

The Northeast Ohio Consortium for Middle East Studies received the Niagara Peace and Dialogue Education Award for 2015. The Niagara Peace and Dialogue Awards recognize individuals and groups who have contributed time, energy, leadership

School of Medicine students win CWRU Pride LGBT Ohio Leadership Scholarship

Paul Cheng

Jonathon Wanta and Paul Cheng recently won the Case Western Reserve University Pride LGBT Ohio Leadership Scholarship, sponsored by the Alumni Association. Wanta (CWR ’14), a first-year medical student in the School of Medicine, was

Model UN team beats its record for most awards at single conference

The Model UN team at Case Western Reserve University recently competed at the Chicago Model United Nations Conference, receiving six awards—the most they’ve ever won at a single conference. The awards were as follows: Outstanding Delegate:

Biomedical engineering adjunct professor Scott Bruder wins prestigious award from AIMBE

Biomedical engineering adjunct professor Scott Bruder wins prestigious award from AIMBE

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has selected Scott P. Bruder as the 2015 recipient of the Pierre Galletti Award, the highest honor AIMBE bestows on an individual. Bruder serves as an