Colin Worden’s involvement in Class Officer Collective (COC) was the result of a collective movement among his housemates more than three years ago. As a first-year in Storrs House, Worden’s friends pushed him to
For his Miami high school science fair project, Felipe Gomez del Campo set out to discover how plasma and flames interacted—using a Bunsen burner and propane from his family’s grill. Four years later, with
Case Western Reserve University malaria specialist Brian T. Grimberg is among Foreign Policy magazine’s 100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014, who were honored earlier this week in Washington, D.C.
Grimberg, of the Center for Global Health and Diseases at
Case Western Reserve’s Office of Human Resources (HR) is conducting its inaugural survey of employee satisfaction this month. Its goal is to identify key ways to strengthen the services that HR provides to faculty
A common telephone scam involving callers posing as police officers has reached Case Western Reserve in recent days. Members of the campus community report that they have been told by callers that warrants have been
For the first time, scientists have vividly mapped the shapes and textures of high-order modes of Brownian motions—in this case, the collective macroscopic movement of molecules in microdisk resonators—researchers at Case Western Reserve University
A natural sciences and world literature double major. An award-winning student entrepreneur. A nationally renowned figure skater. Meet William Littlefield.
Littlefield has long excelled in academics, but it’s his interests outside the classroom that might
The authors of the new book Adopting Older Children: A Practical Guide to Adopting and Parenting Children over Age Four (New Horizon Press) hope to help guide parents through the process of adopting an
Single gene enables female fruit flies to choose (Mr.) right
Ah, to be a fruit fly. No meddling matchmakers, creepy dates or frog kissing.
Females process the sights, smell, sounds and touch of love to choose