Dental, nursing students collaborate in new project offering ”one-stop” healthcare

Return to Think By Numbers, the 2012-2013 Annual Report Patients in dental chairs at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine soon will see something new: a nurse. Students from Case Western Reserve University’s

Student-athletes give back, sharing their love of soccer with kids in Kenya

Student-athletes give back, sharing their love of soccer with kids in Kenya

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, youth halfway around the world are saying thanks to two student-athletes at Case Western Reserve University. Juniors Elshaday Belay and Leah Levey have started a campus chapter of the

Discover how university faculty, students are using Google Apps for Education

From holding online classes with Google+ to building a weekly newspaper with Google Sites, faculty and students are finding innovative uses for the Google Apps for Education suite at Case Western Reserve University. The

Research strengthens link between obesity and dental health in homeless children

Obesity and dental cavities increase and become epidemic as children living below the poverty level age, according to nurse researchers from the Case Western Reserve University and the University of Akron. “It’s the leading cause

Case Western Reserve receives Higher Education Excellence in Diversity award

Case Western Reserve receives Higher Education Excellence in Diversity award

Case Western Reserve University has received the inaugural Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from Insight Into Diversity magazine, a publication focused on diversity in higher education. The national award recognizes U.S. colleges and

Constance and James W. Brown make significant gift to new medical building

The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has received a significant gift from Constance and James W. Brown of Chagrin Falls, President Barbara R. Snyder announced Thursday evening. The gift will help fund

5 questions with…VP of Student Life Patrick Vaughn

Patrick Vaughn has served in a variety of leadership roles throughout his four years at Case Western Reserve, but perhaps none fit him so aptly as his current position: vice president of student life. Though

CWRU researchers take home American Musicological Society honors

Research papers by Case Western Reserve University scholars—one on the melodic chirps of insects, another on the similarities of 16th century Roman secular and religious music—have earned prestigious honors from the American Musicological Society. Francesca

CWRU, Cleveland Museum of Art announce grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

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Case Western Reserve University and The Cleveland Museum of Art announced the award of two grants totaling $500,000 from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the launch of the re-designed Joint Doctoral Program

CWRU launches new website to help ensure workplace safety

Case Western Reserve has revamped its approach to managing potential threats to the safety of individuals on campus. Starting this week, members of the university community can learn more about available resources and steps