The year was 1967. Thurgood Marshall was confirmed as the first African-American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Here in Cleveland, Carl Stokes became the first African-American elected mayor U.S. city. And at Case
A program to promote gender equity in academic science and engineering careers across universities in northern Ohio is being expanded to western Pennsylvania.
With a new three-year, $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
Two years ago, Joseph and Nancy Keithley named three reasons for their $15 million commitment to Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The first two were obvious—they felt a passion for art
It’s been an uncharacteristically warm fall here in Cleveland—but halfway around the world, Jean Castillo has spent months swept up in a Snowstorm.
Castillo, a fourth-year Case Western Reserve undergraduate, is studying abroad this semester
Fatigue from prostate cancer and its treatment can be debilitating.
The symptom, which can’t be relieved with rest, can lead to increased depression, impaired cognitive function, sleep disturbance and health-related quality-of-life issues.
To treat—and ultimately prevent—cancer-related
Students and faculty at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Dental Medicine are treating Cleveland-area seniors in a dentist’s office on wheels—a 38-foot van, in fact, renovated to provide full-service oral care.
The “Lifelong Smiles”
Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management’s Master of Science in Management-Healthcare (MSM-Healthcare) program is branching out into the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland.
Two MSM-Healthcare courses—Health Finance and Health Decision
Sensorimotor neurons in central complex encode for movements
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have identified neurons in a cockroach’s brain that control whether the insect walks slow or fast, turns right or left or
Student participation has more than doubled since 2010-11 school year
For the first time in its history, Case Western Reserve ranks among the nation’s top 40 doctorate-granting universities in the percentage of its undergraduates studying
New book from Mandel School faculty says no
A $3.2 billion (and counting) transformation of Chicago’s notorious high-rise public housing has dramatically changed the urban landscape there, attracting affluent residents to segregated areas and catalyzing