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
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
This fall, Cassi Pittman returned home to Cleveland—the place that sparked her inquiring mind—to teach as an assistant professor of sociology just miles from the places she first learned about the relationship among race,
As University Program Board (UPB) president, senior Erika Brentar has a hand in planning many of Case Western Reserve University’s events each year. She works to organize students groups, live music and more to
Since it opened in August, the Tinkham Veale University Center already has played host to some impressive names, including rock band OK GO, Inamori Ethics Prize recipient Denis Mukwege and YouTube sensation Laci Green.
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
Earlier this summer, senior Gabe Ewing traveled to Arlington, Va., for the 2014 World Open chess tournament. Though he arrived with low expectations for success, he emerged from the seven-day competition a National Chess
Jennifer Sparrow is the first person to hold Case Western Reserve University’s newly developed position of Director of Online and Innovative Learning. The university’s new position makes it possible to use technology to advance
In June, Peter de Blank, assistant professor in pediatric oncology and hematology, added a new accolade to his collection—the inaugural Francis S. Collins Award to research neurofibromatosis (NF).
He was one of the first two