More fundraising records fall

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Case Western Reserve University’s supporters set 22 all-time records for fundraising in fiscal year 2015, including its eighth all-time record for attainment in the past nine years. That total of $166.9 million bested 2014’s

CWRU welcomes new Alumni Association leader

After spending nearly two decades in Florida—a state where temperatures average in the mid-70s in winter—Bradford Crews knows Cleveland’s cold will require an adjustment. But so much about Case Western Reserve appealed to Crews that

CWRU signs option agreement with Wholesome Wave to launch FM Tracks app

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Technology to help farmers’ market managers better understand and serve customers FM Tracks, a new digital app designed to help farmers’ markets and local healthy foods initiatives manage and evaluate federal nutrition incentive programs, launched

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

CWRU students help Ohio apple orchard with shift to making, selling hard cider

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Weatherhead School of Management Department of Design & Innovation project assists family-run Rittman Orchards A family-run business near Doylestown and Rittman in Northeast Ohio is well known for growing and selling a wide variety of

Karen Potter’s support for students earns her Diekhoff mentoring award

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Karen Potter, chair of the Department of Dance in the College of Arts and Sciences, read the message five times before she realized it was a fact: She won a John S. Diekhoff Award

School of Medicine’s Goutham Narla earns John S. Diekhoff Award for Mentoring

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Goutham Narla, an assistant professor of medicine and the Pardee-Gerstacker Professor in Cancer Research, attributes much of his early success and interest in medicine to his undergraduate mentors at Santa Clara University, Professors Eddy

CWRU to host ”Concussion: A National Challenge” symposium in June


National experts address issues and potentials of concussion The National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine present “Concussion: A National Challenge,” a convening of the nation’s top concussion scientists, engineers, clinicians and researchers

CWRU joins inaugural social entrepreneurship business competition for Tibet

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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

5 questions with…professor, Research ShowCASE board chair Pete Zimmerman

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Pete Zimmerman knows first-hand the value of research and impact it can have on the world. Throughout his career, the professor of international health, biology and genetics has worked toward the prevention of malaria