Case Western Reserve University today announced the appointment of three accomplished executives to its Board of Trustees, each with strong roots in Northeast Ohio. Thomas Mandel is chief executive officer of the Rubber City
As an athlete, Logan Glosser has always known the importance of eating well and exercising. So when deciding on a career path, nutrition seemed to be the obvious choice.
The Toledo, Ohio, native opted to
Additional seating is available to the Case Western Reserve University campus and Cleveland community for the special advance screening of Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War. The screening will be held at 8 p.m.
When Case Western Reserve staff first participated in a campuswide climate survey in 2014, one of the suggestions offered became the basis for a summer program where employees could leave two hours early on
Longer lifespans, due to advances in medicine and public health, also mean people are living longer with multiple chronic conditions.
To help people avoid long, slow declines in health, the national health care system should
Full day of events planned with regional leaders, stakeholders and “makers”
Inventor Adam Savage, host of the Emmy-nominated show MythBusters and advocate of the “maker” movement as a national economic development engine, will spend Wednesday, April
UPDATE: This story was updated April 28 to reflect new ticketing information.
Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, award-winning film and television directors, will return to Case Western Reserve University on Monday, May 2, for a
When the first of several devastating earthquakes struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, Case Western Reserve University graduate students Nirmala Lekhak and her husband, Tirth Bhatta, felt an urgent and deep-seated need to help
The first time Evan Ostrowski stepped foot on campus, he was immersed in one of Case Western Reserve University’s richest traditions—the Hudson Relays.
As a high school senior, Ostrowski, now a chemical engineering student and