CWRU to award Inamori Ethics Prize to Patagonia’s Yvon Chouinard Sept. 12

CWRU to award Inamori Ethics Prize to Patagonia’s Yvon Chouinard Sept. 12

Yvon Chouinard and Patagonia Inc., the environmentally conscious company he founded, prove that social responsibility and profitability aren’t mutually exclusive. The premier outdoor gear and clothing enterprise fosters employee wellness with flexible hours and onsite

Stan Gerson’s academic achievements, collaborative nature earn him top award

Stanton Gerson

In 1983, professor Nathan Berger hired Stanton Gerson, fresh out of his fellowship at University of Pennsylvania, to join the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Division of Hematology Oncology. The next year,

Law’s Paul Giannelli receives national lifetime achievement award

Law’s Paul Giannelli receives national lifetime achievement award

Paul Giannelli, the Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor in the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, has been selected to receive the National Italian American Bar Association’s Lifetime Achievement

CWRU employee honored as unsung community hero for local outreach

Julia Brown-Allen

Julia Brown-Allen, graduate coordinator in the biology department at Case Western Reserve University, is also Pastor Julia Brown-Allen, a founder of Cleveland’s Integrated Faith Assembly, who has reached out into the streets and shelters

CWRU announces recipients of inaugural Faculty Distinguished Research Awards

After years of honoring faculty achievements in teaching and mentoring, Case Western Reserve University this spring launched a new recognition program for excellence in research. The idea for the initiative came from Robert H. Miller,

Anthropology’s Eileen Anderson-Fye wins back-to-back university awards

Eileen Anderson-Fye

Anthropology’s Eileen Anderson-Fye started the academic year by giving the first-ever faculty address to the incoming undergraduate class. She finished it by becoming the only person in university history to win its top award for

Engineering student Alan Filer wins Fulbright scholarship to South Korea

Fourth-year engineering student Alan Filer has won a Fulbright scholarship to travel to South Korea in the fall. There, he’ll explore ways to make cheaper and cleaner alternatives to costly and toxic materials used

Engineering student wins Best Student Paper award at international conference

Tina He

Tina He, a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) mentored by Professor Philip Feng, won the Best Student Paper competition at the 8th Institute of Electrical and Electronics

Weatherhead School’s Diane Bergeron wins Diekhoff teaching award

What makes Diane Bergeron a respected and appreciated teacher at the graduate level is her recognition of each student’s particular talents, just as a skilled manager does within a successful organization. The key, she

Chemistry graduate student wins International Precious Metals Institute award

Jim Heckler

Chemistry graduate student Jim Heckler won the International Precious Metals Institute’s Johnson Matthey Graduate Student Award for his study of precious metals. Heckler is a member of associate professor of chemistry Thomas Gray’s lab,