Fifth annual Steps4Staff set for Oct. 3

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For the fifth straight year, members of the university community can do well for others and themselves Friday afternoon by taking part in Steps4Staff, a joint effort of the Staff Advisory Council (SAC) and

Passing pastels and paper results in art for CWRU dental instructor and alumna

photo of Anna and Lance with their artwork

With eyes on his subject, Lance Vernon, a senior instructor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, picks up the black Sharpie and starts drawing lines of the human face. When the

Passing pastels and paper results in art for CWRU dental instructor and alumna

With eyes on his subject, Lance Vernon, a senior instructor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, picks up the black Sharpie and starts drawing lines of the human face. When the

Weatherhead School to remember student Rongrong Yang

In Memoriam CWRU

Faculty, staff and students in the Weatherhead School of Management’s MBA program will gather this morning to remember Rongrong “Daniel” Yang, a first-year MBA student who passed away Wednesday night. Yang, who would have celebrated

5 questions with…retiring electrical supervisor Dale Nenadal

Dale Nenadal started working on campus before it was even Case Western Reserve University. In 1967—just before the federation of Case Institute of Technology and Western Reserve University—he joined the Western Reserve staff as

Weigh in on the future of campus at master plan forums

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The people charged to help Case Western Reserve envision its future are ready to report back to the campus. No, master plan consultants Sasaki Associates won’t be offering recommendations just yet. But after six months

Law students gain hands-on legal experience working with Juvenile Safe Surrender clients

Kathryn Geisinger, a third-year law student at Case Western Reserve University, wasn’t quite sure how busy her Monday morning would be. But within the first three hours of the first-ever Juvenile Safe Surrender program

President of CWRU’s Slow Food chapter headed to global food conference in Italy

When first arriving on campus, Alexander Razavi, a fourth-year student and aspiring doctor from Fairport, N.Y., didn’t think much about what he ate. His attitude changed after sitting through Mary Holmes’ SAGES seminar, “The

Faculty member’s new book “Rhetoric in the Flesh” studies education in anatomy lab

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Students in the gross anatomy lab stand with trepidation before their human cadavers, uneasy about making that first cut, writes T. Kenny Fountain in his new book, Rhetoric in the Flesh: Trained Vision, Technical

Study finds caregivers with family members newly diagnosed with mental illness suffer anxiety

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Researchers at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing who studied the emotional distress of caring for a family member diagnosed with a mental illness found anxiety is high for the