Megan Moynahan’s early interest in biomedical engineering stemmed from an article she read in a science magazine about bionic people and the idea of artificial organs and limbs.
As a 14-year-old, she wrote letters to
When Max Simon was 13 years old, he and his cousin, 16-year-old Nick Francis, entered a national contest to create a backyard haunted house. Five years later, their business—the Fear Experience—is hailed as one
Junior music and biomedical engineering major Anton Spencer is known around campus as a proven leader. He is president of the Music Undergraduate Student Involvement Committee, principal flute for the Case Western/University Circle Symphonic
Rising senior Karen Kruzer is trying something different this summer: staying in Cleveland. The pre-med, medical anthropology major is interning at MetroHealth Medical Center on a research study related to kidney failure in premature
Last year, a group of Case Western Reserve University students made headlines with Hole Patch, their innovative approach to fixing potholes using a bag filled with a secret recipe of non-Newtonian fluid. As a
Thirty years ago, just a few miles down the road, Michael Scharf served as captain of the Shaker Heights High School debate team. The topic was American foreign policy. Immediately, his interest was piqued.
Last fall, Distinguished University Professor Richard Boyatzis was named one of the top 10 influential thinkers around the globe. This spring, he will share his insight with the world when his massive open online