5 questions with… National Alliance on Mental Illness on Campus founder, president Maia Delegal

Maia Delegal

After two years at Case Western Reserve University, Maia Delegal knew first hand the amount of stress college students can face, whether it be from academics, extracurricular activities, missing home or some combination of

Through artworks hidden in plain sight, a new look at French slavery (and enslavement)

Gillian Weiss

A painted medallion depicting turbaned slaves in chains at the feet of Louis XIV adorns a ceiling at the Palace of Versailles, likely noticed—or its true meaning understood until now—by few of the millions

Pulitzer-winning “All the Light We Cannot See” selected as common reading book

Anthony Doerr

Author Anthony Doerr was on a train to New York City to meet with his book publisher in 2004, when the man riding in front of him lost his mind over a dropped cellphone

CWRU School of Law to offer new executive master’s degree in financial integrity

Financial integrity graphic with numbers and calculator

Fueled by demand for senior anti-money laundering/financial crime-prevention professionals The Case Western Reserve University School of Law is adding a new executive master’s degree program in financial integrity, inspired by increasing demand by financial institutions

Alumnus, author and philanthropist Morton L. Mandel Wins American Academy of Arts and Sciences’ Scholar-Patriot Award

Morton Mandel

John Adams. John Hancock. George Washington. Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson. Alexander Hamilton. This august list includes the founders and early members of one of the nation’s oldest organizations dedicated to the importance of ideas and

CWRU researchers create first complete model of serotonin’s role

Model of the brain

Absence of serotonin alters development and function of brain circuits Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have created the first complete model to describe the role serotonin plays in brain development and

Sensory organ use in flies hints at how brain processes multiple sources of information

Jessica Fox

Halteres, essential for flight in all flies, are needed by some to climb walls Research from Case Western Reserve University indicates sensory organs on the backs of flies not only provide information crucial to body

Alumnus, Nobel Laureate Alfred Gilman passes away

In Memoriam CWRU

A Case Western Reserve University alumnus and Nobel Prize winner known as a pioneer in education and research passed away late last month. Alfred G. Gilman, MD, PhD (MED ’69; GRS ’69, pharmacology), a Nobel

Ohio Third Frontier Commission approves funding for four early-stage technology companies being developed at CWRU

Ohio Third Fronteir logo

Four early-stage tech companies at Case Western Reserve University each will receive $50,000 from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission to further develop and bring their products to the marketplace. The Ohio Third Frontier Technology Validation and

5 questions with… music education nonprofit founder, senior Suneil Kamath

Suneil Kamath

When Suneil Kamath picked up violin as a child, he immediately felt a passion and appreciation for music—one that he’s carried with him ever since. But when he traveled to India in high school to