Introducing our 2022 award winners
Case researchers will soon have access to way more computing power.
And physicists know how to have fun.
Karl Zender ’59, PhD, started his career with a degree in physics from Case and ended as a professor emeritus of English. How did that happen?
Using science developed at Case, a technology company aims to make Cleveland a hub of polymer manufacturing.
A conversation with an All-American
Scholar athletes grow in number at CWRU.
Chemistry professor helped discover a way to block the spread of the coronavirus.
Case faculty hope to help local factories adopt new technologies.
How a non-traditional software engineer made her minor a career.
Setting the standard
Alumna Joannie Chin will lead the Engineering laboratory at NIST.
Brian Taylor, a trumpet-playing
biological engineer, finds that jazz
and engineering share a tempo.
Alumnus is helping NASA launch a fleet of mini rovers to explore new worlds.
Illinois State chooses a Case-trained scientist as its first woman president
Prize that matters
Cyrus Taylor, renowned as a dean, wins the Wittke award for teaching
Lordy, lordy look who’s 140
With the aid of alumni, KSL plans to commemorate Case history
CWRU is inventing and innovating at a world-class rate
Circle of culture
Campus neighborhood named No. 1 arts district in the USA
With a new and unusual lab, Case hopes to become a leader in concrete innovations
U.S. Army turns to Case for lightweight, high-performance protection
Building smarter robots
Case researchers take lead role in national effort to breathe life into cyborgs
100 years of Case Alumnus
How has Case changed across a century? Sometimes a magazine cover is worth a thousand words.
Freshman Michael Brough arrived with CIT essentials from 1955
Young professor gets a big boost for her cancer research
Setting the stage
Former Weatherhead Dean Scott Cowen steps in as interim university president
Case researcher has a plan to beat back Lake Erie’s summer scourge
At the end of the earth, Allen Foster enjoys a fantastic view of the heavens — and a longer shower
Barbara Snyder was a steadfast friend of the Case Alumni Association
Cream of the crop
Announcing a new class of Junior/Senior Scholars
Best of Case
Our 2020 award winners have shaped the campus and their professions
New dean coming
An ecologist from Kansas will lead the College of Arts and Sciences
An engineer by day, alumnus Brett DiCello commands the spotlight at night. Thanks, Mom.
Teaching with heart
Memorial Teaching Award winner offers sound instruction and something more
The Case School of Engineering marshalled its resources to confront the pandemic
Film makes heroes of biomedical engineers and the people whose lives they change
Engineering better farms
Students design sustainable systems, and hone engineering skills, as they help a community greenhouse grow
New civil engineer
As Kirsten Bowen knows, there’s a special satisfaction that comes from building things that everyone wants to see