NEW LABS,
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With the support of donors, the Case School of Engineering this fall unveiled several new labs that boost hands-on learning.

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STUDENTS

Home away from home

Many international alumni look back fondly on Steiner House, which is celebrating 50 years of cooperative living on campus.

INNOVATION

Uniting man and machine

Starting with a precious sense of touch, Dustin Tyler’s Human Fusions Institute is bringing new sensations to people and science.

STUDENTS

Rocket Woman

Alumni helped Madeline Barto soar high as president of the Case Rocket Team.

FACULTY

A lovely bridge (for an engineer)

Thanks to the efforts of a Case professor, Cleveland’s Main Avenue Viaduct is now a national landmark.

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The Merat Collection: 140 years of Case history
Professor Emeritus Frank Merat has been helping the Kelvin Smith Library chronicle the 140-year history of the Case School of Engineering with memorabilia from his remarkable collection. He shares highlights in this Homecoming presentation.

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JANUARY

Morgenthaler-Pavey Startup Competition
The competition is open to startups featuring current CWRU students as well as alumni who hold an equity stake in a company. Teams will compete for $25,000 at the MPSC Pitch Competition April 6. Deadline to apply is January 31.

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FEBRUARY

Innovating the 3D Printing Process
Materials scientist Eric Arndt ’09, PhD, the Senior Materials Engineer at Quadratic 3D, will talk about the craft of 3D printing and how you can use it in your own projects and business ventures as part of the CWRU Entrepreneurship Speaker Series: Noon Wednesday Feb. 9.

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APRIL

Learn to lightweight
Want to learn where additive manufacturing can be applied for design or economic advantage? A Case expert is ready to show you. Sunniva Collins, MS ’91, PhD ’95, Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, will co-teach Design for Advanced Manufacturing for Lightweighting Certificate, April 5, 2022, at ASM International.

Morgenthaler-Pavey Startup Competition

The competition is open to startups featuring current CWRU students as well as alumni who hold an equity stake in a company. Teams will compete for $25,000 at the MPSC Pitch Competition April 6. Deadline to apply is January 31.