SAGES announces students with outstanding achievements in writing portfolios

SAGES and the Case Western Reserve University Writing Programs recognized students who had outstanding achievements in the SAGES Writing Portfolio. This award recognizes some of the best writing from SAGES Portfolios submitted in the academic

Weatherhead School’s David Cooperrider honored as influential leader

Weatherhead School’s David Cooperrider honored as influential leader

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) honored David Cooperrider as one of its inaugural group of 100 influential leaders worldwide. Cooperrider is the Fairmount Santrol – David L. Cooperrider Professor in Appreciative

Biology professor Arnold Caplan receives lifetime achievement award

Arnold Caplan

Arnold I. Caplan, professor of biology and director of the Skeletal Research Center at Case Western Reserve University, received the MSC Lifetime Achievement Award in August. He was honored at the National Center for

Several of CWRU’s own selected to Crain’s Cleveland Business “Forty Under 40” class of 2015

Anant Madabhushi, Jeffrey Capadona, Julius N. Korley and Gino Banco

Case Western Reserve University boasts some of the world’s brightest young minds. Their influence is not limited to the lab, office or classroom; often, it’s far-reaching—impacting the surrounding community and sometimes even society as

5 questions with… award-winning engineering PhD student Symone Alexander

Symone Alexander

Symone Alexander more or less stumbled into her career path. It took literally getting lost in the engineering building as an undergraduate at Howard University in order for her to find her true passion. “I

CWRU community affiliate Esperanza Inc. recognized by White House

Recently the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics’ Bright Spots in Hispanic Education National Online Catalog was announced. Esperanza Inc. will be included in the catalog, which features more than 230 programs

Spartan Triathlon Club competes in inaugural race

Spartan Triathlon Club at the team's first competition

Case Western Reserve University’s Spartan Triathlon Club participated in its inaugural race Sunday, Sept. 13, at Portage Lakes, just outside of Akron. A triathlon combines swimming, biking and running. Team members participated in the Olympic

Students selected for undergraduate minority student symposium

Two undergraduate students at Case Western Reserve University were selected to participate in the 2015 KeyBank and Fisher College of Business Leadership & Creativity Undergraduate Minority Student Symposium at Ohio State University. Keniece Gray and

School of Medicine’s Gary Landreth receives grant to continue working on Alzheimer’s research

Gary Landreth

Gary Landreth, professor of neurosciences and neurology, received a 2015 Research Grant Award from The Alzheimer’s Association. Landreth, who also is the director of the Alzheimer Research Laboratory, won a $240,000 Investigator-Initiated Research Grant to fund

Find out the results of the Launch CWRU competition

Launch CWRU Weekend 2015 wrapped up Sunday, Sept. 6. At the beginning of the event, 24 individuals pitched their ideas, with 16 teams forming to begin the 48-hour competition. More than 30 community members supported