Catch ’em all at CWRU: Campus is Pokémon Go hot spot

Pokemon Paras on campus

As students move back into residence halls beginning this weekend, they may notice some unique new visitors on the quads or near their favorite hangouts. Whether or not you’ve played the game, you’ve likely at

Residence hall’s new name honors the late alumna Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones

Stephanie Tubbs Jones

Case Western Reserve University’s newest residence hall will bear the name of one of its most prominent graduates and political trailblazers, the late Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones. On Tuesday, the university’s Board of Trustees approved

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Judson Services Inc. create joint program

Charlene Phelps

$1.2 million gift provides initial funding Judson Services Inc. and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University recently announced a collaborative effort to create an endowed position that will serve

Study reveals recording selfies while brushing teeth can improve oral health

Woman brushing her teeth

Recording smartphone video “selfies” of toothbrushing can help people learn to improve their oral health care techniques, according to a new study. While most people have the motivation, innate ability and desire to brush their

5 questions with… saxophonist and music instructor Greg Banaszak

By Sydney Otto Greg Banaszak, a music instructor with a whimsical air about him, explained his desire to master the saxophone as pure instinct. After hearing Billy Joel’s “Just The Way You Are” at 10

University mourns passing of Gregory Graham—alumnus, faculty member and doctoral student

Greg Graham

Gregory “Greg” Graham was so admired by his distance-learning students that, invariably, when he was introduced the first time they gathered on campus, they’d erupt in applause. Graham’s dedication to teaching was so great, colleagues

Biomedical engineering postdoctoral researcher awarded Hartwell Fellowship for pediatric cancer research

Hartwell Foundation Fellow Jon Whitney (right) and his mentor Anant Madabhushi in front of two computer screens

Jon Whitney, a postdoctoral research associate in the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics in Case School of Engineering’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, has been named by Case Western Reserve University as a

Morton L. Mandel endows award for outstanding chemistry faculty members

Morton Mandel

Case Western Reserve University alumnus Morton L. Mandel (CWR ’13) titled his senior capstone project It’s All About Who for good reason: Among his most longstanding and central principles of leadership is the critical

Researchers lead team in discovering possible approach to slow growth of certain colon cancers

petri dishes in laboratory

The body’s most common amino acid just may provide a path to slow the growth of certain colon cancers. Researchers at the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine led an international team in demonstrating that

Past meets present: Spartans who became Olympians

olympic rings

By Sydney Otto Some members of the Case Western Reserve University community may recognize a familiar face at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janerio, where opening ceremonies begin tonight. Though not a competitor,