Recent graduate and tennis player CJ Krimbill receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Recent graduate and tennis player CJ Krimbill receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Recent graduate and tennis player CJ Krimbill was awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship for his stellar academic and athletic accomplishments. Krimbill is one of three Spartans to receive the honor during the last academic year;

CWRU researchers win grant to double operational life of thin film solar cells

U.S. Department of Energy funds will speed high-risk, high-reward solar energy project Engineers and scientists at Case Western Reserve University have been awarded federal funds to try to double the lifetime of thin-film solar energy

Two CWRU students win national scholarships to study abroad

Making their way through the highly competitive selection process, two Case Western Reserve University students were chosen as Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship recipients, receiving $2,500 each for spring semester 2017 study abroad. Precious Adeleye

PhD student awarded scholarship for work in diagnostic imaging

Nathaniel Braman

Nathaniel Braman, a PhD student and researcher in the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD), was awarded the Terry M. Speth Service Professional Memorial Scholarship for Diagnostic Imaging Research. Braman conducts research in

2016 CWRU graduate receives prestigious Theta Chi Fraternity 2016 Colley Award

Aditya Rengaswamy speaks at Theta Chi Convention

Newly minted Case Western Reserve graduate Aditya Rengaswamy was in Warsaw during an extensive international “graduation tour” when he received a phone call with some unexpected news: The Theta Chi Fraternity had selected him

Engineering alumnus, PhD student receives Fulbright Award to Finland

Joseph Toth

By Sydney Otto A few years ago, a passion for chemistry and intrigue in engineering led Joseph Toth to an African village, where he helped bring electricity to a family for the first time. Now,

Student’s startup wins first place in local pitch competition

Student’s startup wins first place in local pitch competition

Xyla Foxlin’s Parihug was selected for first place in the tech startup category at the Sidewalk to Stage Pitch Competition at Jumpstart’s Startup Scaleup event. Foxlin, a rising junior studying mechanical and aerospace engineering, received

Postdoctoral researcher Robert Gilliard receives SciFinder Future Leader Award

Postdoctoral researcher Robert Gilliard receives SciFinder Future Leader Award

Robert Gilliard, a postdoctoral researcher in chemistry, received the SciFinder Future Leader Award from the Chemical Abstracts Service, a division of the American Chemical Society. He was one of approximately 25 awardees from around the

Nursing’s Faye A. Gary receives congressional recognition

Faye Gary

Faye A. Gary, the Medical Mutual of Ohio Kent W. Clapp Chair and professor of nursing, received the congressional recognition Unsung Heroes. Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge honored Gary for having “dedicated herself to supporting minority

Student honored nationally for work with residence hall community

Geneva Magsino, a rising second-year student, was honored with the First Year Experience Award at the National Association of College and University Residence Hall’s (NACURH) annual conference. This award recognizes a first-year student who has