Winners of the Wellness Program’s Health Trails exercise competition announced

Cynthia Hale

Case Western Reserve University faculty and staff logged exercise minutes for the final time May 8 in HealthTrails, a 12-week exercise incentive competition. Sponsored by the Wellness Program, HealthTrails participants were asked to exercise

Leonard Gelfand STEM Center earns grant to train Cleveland teachers

The Environmental Education Fund awarded the Leonard Gelfand STEM Center a $45,633 grant for the Kelley’s Island Collaborative. This grant provides professional development for Cleveland Metropolitan School District teachers at the new Kelley’s Island Field

Division of Student Affairs recognizes outstanding staff members, programs

Diversity 360 program staff members

The Case Western Reserve University Division of Student Affairs held its annual Spring Retreat May 17. At this retreat, division staff members and programs were recognized for their outstanding contributions, achievements and campus impact.

Engineering’s Rigoberto Advincula receives grant from National Science Foundation

Engineering’s Rigoberto Advincula receives grant from National Science Foundation

Rigoberto Advincula, professor of  macromolecular science and engineering, recently received a $300,0000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his work, titled “Supramolecularly Templated Living REP-ROP Polymerizations and Block Copolymers.” Celtic art, Boy Scout knots,

Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center selected for preservation award

Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center selected for preservation award

The Cleveland Restoration Society and the American Institute of Architects Cleveland selected the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at the Temple – Tifereth Israel for the 2016 Excellence in Preservation Achievement Award. Through

Winners of Writing Program Awards announced

Eric Chilton with his award-winning students

At the end of each academic year, members of the Case Western Reserve University community are recognized with Writing Program Awards. The Department of English, SAGES and the Writing Program recently recognized this year’s winners

Track and field’s Nicholas Heim receives winter NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Nicholas Heim

Recent Case Western Reserve University graduate Nicholas Heim was selected as a recipient of the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, awarded to just 174 student-athletes across all three NCAA divisions annually, who excel at an elite

PRCHN’s Erika Trapl receives Ohio Public Health Association award

Erika Trapl

Erika Trapl, associate director of the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods, was awarded the Ohio Public Health Association (OPHA) Public Health Policy Award. Each year, the Ohio Public Health Association presents a series

Medical students selected for Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellowships

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute recently announced its 2016 class of Medical Research Fellows, with four Case Western Reserve University representatives among the 66 total selected. The program allows students to spend a full year

Fowler family selected for President’s Award for Visionary Achievement

Fowler family

For the first time since Case Western Reserve University established the award in 2008, the President’s Award for Visionary Achievement recognizes neither a sole individual nor an organization and its leaders. Rather, this year’s honorees