Weatherhead School’s Scott Shane discusses why small-business owners are borrowing less

Small-business owners project less need for credit: Wells Fargo American Banker (subscription required): Scott Shane, the A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, discussed why small-business owners are borrowing less from banks. “Things are so weak

Undergraduate students: Get information about Weatherhead School of Management at Oct. 30 open house

Interested in studying business? Stop by the Weatherhead School of Management Undergraduate Fall Open House to learn more about academic programs Friday, Oct. 30, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in Peter B. Lewis Building,

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

Author to discuss book on genetically manufactured food business at university bookstore June 26


Author and public interest lawyer Steven Druker will discuss his book Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public, with a foreward

Portable motion energy harvester device wins first place at sixth annual Saint Gobain Student Design Competition

Answenergy, first place winner of the sixth annual Saint Gobain Student Design Competition held on April 1, started off the group presentations with a thoughtful question: “Take out your phones. Are you happy with

CWRU joins inaugural social entrepreneurship business competition for Tibet

tibetan innovation challenge logo

To broaden students’ entrepreneurial opportunities and help others around the world, Case Western Reserve is one of six universities to join the inaugural Tibetan Innovation Challenge, a social entrepreneurship business plan contest that aims

MBA-JD student Justin Bibb working on test to assess business leadership potential in high school students

A next-gen approach to entrepreneurship Crain’s Cleveland Business: Justin Bibb, an MBA-JD student, is developing a test to administer to all high school students in the Cleveland area that would assess their potential to become future

Flora Stone Mather Center for Women to host Q&A with female local business owners Nov. 17


The campus community is invited to the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women for an informal Q&A with local small-business owners Kelly Flamos of Mahall’s 20 Lanes, Stephanie Sheldon of the Cleveland Flea, and

Students in novel three-nation Global MBA program examine American business


Weatherhead School of Management class brings together 60 students from India, China and United States After semesters in China and India, 60 Global MBA students from management schools in the two countries and Case Western

Professional business fraternity to host rush events Sept. 8-18


The Omicron Chi chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi—the professional business fraternity—will host several rush events Sept. 8-18, including a “meet and eat” and an AKPsi Q&A panel. There will be opportunities to meet brothers, enjoy