In a new class, first years dive into team projects designed to build engineering skills and confidence.
The research catalyst
Joy Ward is a biologist, a climate scientist, and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. She’s also a research catalyst who has clearly made her mark since arriving from the University of Kansas three years ago. Meet her in the latest episode of think[box] Radio.
Encore for Eldred
Curtain rises on the new Eldred Hall as the 125-year-old building becomes a student center on Case Quad. Engineering students will study in style.
Tribute: Remembering Ted Stirgwolt
A whirlwind on campus, centenarian Ted Stirgwolt never stopped seizing the day.
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.
How to mix better concrete
Concrete specialists from the Federal Highway Administration will be on Case Quad Thursday, March 9, to demonstrate the latest concrete technologies in their Mobile Concrete Technology Center, a truck-sized mobile concrete lab. Three seminars will be hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, beginning at 9 am. Alumni are welcome. Questions? Email Denise Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.