Three School of Medicine scholars honored by American Spinal injury Association

Three School of Medicine scholars were recently honored by the American Spinal Injury Association. The board named Greg Nemunaitis, professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, one of two new directors in December of 2014. Nemunaitis

History’s Ted Steinberg receives PROSE Award

History’s Ted Steinberg receives PROSE Award

Ted Steinberg, the Adeline Barry Davee Distinguished Professor of History and professor of law, won the PROSE Award in the U.S. history category from the Association of American Publishers. He was recognized for his book

Model UN team wins three awards at conference at Harvard University

The Case Western Reserve University Model United Nations team recently competed at the Harvard National Model United Nations Conference, which is the largest Model UN conference in the world. Each year, the conference gathers

Materials Science and Engineering’s Matthew Willard wins top society award for mid-career professionals

Matthew Willard

Matthew Willard, associate professor of materials science and engineering, was selected as one of four 2015 Brimacombe Medalists for his achievements in materials science and engineering by The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS).

English’s John Orlock honored for screenplay ”The End-of-Summer Guest”

John Orlock

John Orlock, the Samuel B. and Virginia C. Knight Professor of Humanities, was honored at the 10th Annual Final Draft Awards for his screenplay, The End-of Summer Guest. He took home an award in

Triple alum Larry J. Hornbeck presented 2014 Academy Award of Merit

Larry Hornbeck accepting his Oscar

You won’t see Larry J. Hornbeck walking the red carpet with the likes of Bradley Cooper and Meryl Streep before the Academy Awards on Sunday. You won’t hear his name called to accept the

Cognitive science professor Mark Turner receives research award from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Mark Turner

Mark Turner, Institute Professor in the Department of Cognitive Science, received an Anneliese Maier Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. The five-year, €250,000 prize will support his collaborations with faculty members at

Student one of nine winners of national collegiate reporting competition

Anne Nickoloff

Anne Nickoloff, a junior studying English and psychology with minors in creative writing, music and film, was recognized as one of nine winners of the Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition. Winners were

School of Medicine professor recognized for outreach program at John Hay High School

Brian McDermott

Brian McDermott, assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at the School of Medicine, will receive the Dr. Ralph Horwitz Partnership Award from the Board of Trustees at John Hay High School’s Cleveland School of

Uptown District a finalist for national urban excellence award

Uptown Cleveland

When people first began imagining the potential of Uptown more than a decade ago, the area east of the Mayfield Road-Euclid Avenue intersection was a stretch of tired businesses and craggy parking lots in