highlights from homecoming 2022
Hundreds of alumni returned to campus Oct. 6-9 to tour Case Quad and its labs, honor our award winners and reconnect with old friends. Here’s a selection of sights from a memorable fall weekend.
Eric Kaler, the first engineer to lead Case Western Reserve University in 20 years, is going to make Case a busy place. He wants to grow enrollment, expand the research enterprise, and build a $300 million science and engineering flagship on Case Quad. Meanwhile, he and his wife, Karen, have introduced a new lord of the manor at Harcourt House, a beloved rescue dog named Adelbert—whom you will meet in this podcast.
The Peer Advisors of the Case School of Engineering are hosting a Pumpkin Carnival, with Halloween treats and prizes and a pumpkin slingshot: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday, October 28, on Van Horn Field.