The President’s Committee on Child Care Options (PCCCO) announced today that the university again is partnering with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) to provide children’s programs during an upcoming school holiday.
Case Western Reserve scientists show how sugar-derived molecules can weaken infection-fighting antimicrobial beta-defensin peptides
Case Western Reserve University scientists may have uncovered a molecular mechanism that sets into motion the dangerous infection in the feet
Case Western Reserve University School of Law faculty member Ayesha Bell Hardaway began reparations research as CWRU law student
This year marks the 150-year anniversary of the abolition of slavery in America. Over the years,
Behavioral and neuroscience research shows that coaching with compassion helps inspire and motivate people to learn, change and be effective leaders.
Case Western Reserve University faculty members Ellen Van Oosten, Melvin Smith and Richard Boyatzis
When an emergency occurs, whether manmade or natural, the university’s immediate concern is for the safety of those involved. But what happens after the situation has cleared? Classes, research and day-to-day operations all must
Donald Feke (CIT ’76, GRS ’77, chemical engineering) is a triple threat at Case Western Reserve University: an award-winning educator, a patent-producing researcher and an accomplished administrator.
His favorite aspect of his multifaceted role—and the
Ica Manas-Zloczower has spent her entire professional teaching career at Case Western Reserve University. In her 30 years on campus, she’s become known as a prolific researcher in macromolecular science and engineering, a committed
Groundbreaking medical research offers Sanford Markowitz the best of two worlds. He thrives on solving tough scientific puzzles that come with medical research in a top-flight academic center. He also finds immense gratification that
For the typical NCAA Division III competitor, winning a National Championship represents the pinnacle of his or her career. However, for Case Western Reserve University Cross Country and Track & Field alumna Esther Erb