Study finds girls, boys affected differently by witnessing parental violence


Witnessing violence by parents or a parent’s intimate partner can trigger for some children a chain of negative behaviors that follows them from preschool to kindergarten and beyond, according to researchers at Case Western

Office of Human Resources announces results of inaugural satisfaction survey


More than two-thirds of staff and faculty who completed the Office of Human Resources’ (HR) inaugural satisfaction survey report that their concerns are resolved in a timely fashion and to their satisfaction. Nevertheless, Vice

EY global chairman, CEO named to university’s Board of Trustees

Double alumnus Mark Weinberger, the global chairman and CEO of the multinational professional services firm EY, has been named to Case Western Reserve’s Board of Trustees. Weinberger, who earned his JD and MBA here,

Engineering pioneer, ”university champion” Trevor O. Jones named National Academy of Inventors fellow

Trevor O. Jones, a lifelong engineering pioneer and dedicated Case Western Reserve supporter, has been named a 2014 fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI), a distinction awarded today to 170 esteemed innovators and

Senior Vice President John Wheeler to retire after 10 years of service to CWRU

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John Wheeler was just finishing his second year at Case Western Reserve when he met president-elect Barbara R. Snyder. Pulled out of retirement to help with Cleveland and regional affairs, Wheeler assured her that he

5 questions with… admission counselor Hannah Ruddock


Last year, more than 21,600 students applied for admission to Case Western Reserve University’s Class of 2018—an increase of 18 percent over the previous year’s record-breaking number. This year, the university hopes to build on

20,000 meteorites and counting


New book details productive collection program Meteorites collected from Antarctica provide insight into the universe, help tell the history of the moon and Mars, and hold untold secrets waiting for scientists to decipher. Case Western Reserve

Social work students begin new integrated health training for at-risk adolescents, families

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A new training program at Case Western Reserve University’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences aims to close the gap in behavioral health care services for high-risk youth and young

Consider contributing to CWRU’s Charity Choice campaign

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As the semester winds down and the holiday season ramps up, university leaders are asking faculty and staff to include others less fortunate in their gift-giving plans. The university’s annual Charity Choice campaign closes next

Weatherhead 100 awards recognize Northeast Ohio’s sales growth leaders for 2014

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Mongoose Metrics LLC, a Northeast Ohio telecommunications marketing research company in Independence, has captured the top rank among 2014 Weatherhead 100, the prestigious annual list compiled by Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of