Sixteen faculty members awarded ITS Active Learning Fellowships

What is the result when you combine cutting-edge technology, paradigm-shifting teaching and world-renowned faculty? Starting this week, 16 faculty members at Case Western Reserve University will begin to find out, as they participate in

Student entrepreneurs collect accolades, cash awards

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The power of ideas paid student entrepreneurs handsomely during the school year. In all, they won more than $200,000 in competitions. Their budding businesses are striving to make flying safer and cheaper, enable the world’s

Rising junior wins competitive Department of Defense SMART Scholarship

Before her junior year even begins, aerospace and mechanical engineering major Diana Illingsworth already has a plan for how she will pay for the final two years of her college career, and it comes

Four undergraduate students receive Esperanza scholarships

Four Case Western Reserve University students received scholarships at Esperanza Inc.’s Fiesta of Hope event in June. Santiago Chabrier, a chemical engineering student; Jessica Trabucco, a biomedical engineering student; and Isaac Martinez and Elizabeth Reyes,

School of Medicine student selected for national Tutored Research and Education for Kidney Scholars program

A Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine scholar was one of only 30 medical students from across North America selected to participate in the 2015 American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Tutored Research and

Apollo Medical Devices takes home two first place awards in June

Punkaj Ahuja and Patrick Leimkuehler at Techweek Chicago

Punkaj Ahuja and Patrick Leimkuehler, and their venture, Apollo Medical Devices, recently took home two first place awards at innovation competitions. In late June, the team took home first place at Techweek Chicago tech conference and

Staff members honored with service, volunteer awards

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To recognize their exemplary commitment to Case Western Reserve University, three staff members—Christopher Bond, Shannon Swiatkowski and Tracy J. Wilson-Holden—received this year’s President’s Award for Distinguished Service, and Kathleen Dowdell received the Robin Kramer Staff

Biomedical Engineering’s Hunter Peckham receives 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from American Spinal Injury Association

P. Hunter Peckham

P. Hunter Peckham, the Donnell Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Orthopaedics at Case Western Reserve University, was recently recognized by the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) with the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award for his

PhD student wins scholarship to study Latin at University of Tennessee this summer

Rachel McNellis, a PhD student in the Department of Music, received a Medieval Academy of America/CARA Summer Scholarship to study Medieval Latin at The MARCO Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of

School of Medicine’s Nicole Ward, Thomas McCormick receive grant to study affects of fatty acids on psoriasis

Thomas McCormick

The National Psoriasis Foundation awarded Nicole Ward and Thomas McCormick, associate professors of dermatology, a one-year, $75,000 Discovery Grant. Ward and McCormick will study if omega-3 fatty acids, such as those found in fish oil,