In a new rite of passage, Case Western Reserve University kicked off Commencement Week with a community clap-out. Graduates walked through Case Quad to the convocation at the Veale center. Faculty, staff and students lined the walkways to applaud them as they traversed the Quad.
Making the most of Case
Smart, driven and creative, Franco Kraiselburd exemplifies the kind of student the Case School of Engineering attracts today. Learn why he finds Case to be an amazing place—full of opportunities-- in the season finale of think[box] Radio.
Smarter mining the Duval way
Hoping to boost industries, the National Science Foundation is backing Professor Christine Duval’s new approach to extracting rare-earth metals.
Engineering and science students find sisterhood and career guidance at Phi Sigma Rho, a sorority built just for them.
Bold Science, new blood
Anirban Sen Gupta, a professor of biomedical engineering, has spent much of his career seeking a substitute for whole blood, which is always in short supply. Suddenly, his quest looks a lot more attainable.
telling the case story
The Kelvin Smith Library is compiling a history of the Case School of Engineering, stretching back to 1880 and the Case homestead on Public Square. Alumni are invited to view the online presentation and to make comments and suggestions.
2023 Higley lecture
The 2023 Higley Lecture will feature civil engineers and construction specialists Frank Rausche, PhD ’70, and Garland Likins ’71, MS ’73, discussing “From University Research to Application” at 12:45 p.m. Friday, May 5, in Room 356 of Nord Hall. This is a hybrid event that can be accessed via Zoom.