John Ruhl’s commitment to student success earns him Diekhoff Award for Mentoring

John Ruhl

John Ruhl, the Connecticut Professor of Physics and Astronomy, has won a 2016 John S. Diekhoff Award for Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring—despite that he says he doesn’t consciously mentor. “We train graduate students using an

School of Nursing’s Ronald Hickman Jr. wins 2016 John S. Diekhoff Mentoring Award

Ronald Hickman

A doctoral student struggling with personal issues and stress from the workload had neglected his research and missed self-imposed deadlines for six weeks last summer when he got a text from his advisor, asking

University community members honored for contributions to diversity, inclusion

Diversity award winners 2016

Nearly 100 students, staff and faculty attended the eighth annual Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity’s (OIDEO) Diversity Achievement Awards Luncheon. The luncheon, held April 13, provided an opportunity to recognize members of

Engineering’s Alp Sehirlioglu recognized by alma mater with young alumnus award

Alp Sehirlioglu

Alp Sehirlioglu, the Warren E. Rupp Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, received the 2106 Young Alumnus Award from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Illinois

Music’s Susan McClary to receive honorary doctorate from McGill University

Susan McClary

Susan McClary, professor and head of musicology, will receive an honorary Doctor of Music honoris causa from McGill University May 31. McClary was selected for her reputation as one of the world’s leading feminist musicologists.

Ultimate Frisbee teams place at Division 1 Ohio conference championships

Ultimate frisbee competition

The men’s and women’s Case Western Reserve University Ultimate Frisbee teams had strong showings at the Division 1 Ohio conference championships. The women took second place, while the men finished as the undisputed champions, defeating

Students honored for presentations at Choose Ohio First Poster Session

Earlier this month, 70 students from Case Western Reserve University participated in the Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program’s annual poster conference, which was hosted at Kent State University. Three students were recognized for excellence in

Hartwell Foundation names CWRU among its Top 10 Biomedical Research Centers; grants award to autism researcher

Hoonkyo Suh

The Hartwell Foundation, a Memphis-based philanthropic institution committed to funding innovative biomedical pediatrics research, has named Case Western Reserve University among its national Top 10 Centers of Biomedical Research. The prestigious designation allows Case Western

Four professors selected for Faculty Distinguished Research Award

headshots of CWRU Faculty Distinguished Research Award winners 2016

More than 1,000 stakeholders and community members are expected to visit Research ShowCASE April 15 to see the latest innovations from faculty and students at Case Western Reserve University. Among them: Four of the

Sophomore wins CWRU Pride LGBT Ohio Leadership Scholarship

Lilith Freed

Lilith Freed, a sophomore, recently won the Case Western Reserve University Pride LGBT Ohio Leadership Scholarship, sponsored by The Alumni Association of CWRU. The award was based on Freed’s advocating for, and leadership within, the