100 years of Case Alumnus

How has Case changed across a century? Sometimes a magazine cover is worth a thousand words.

Latest Stories

CAMPUS

Teaching through Covid

When the pandemic struck, Case professors became education innovators. They’re not done yet.

alumni

Zooming back together

The brothers of Phi Kappa Theta used the pandemic to reunite — virtually and meaningfully

campus

Hopeful spring

CWRU will welcome more students back to a virus-weary campus for the spring semester.

TRIBUTE

Remembering Don Schuele 1934 to 2020

The brilliant professor of physics, a proud alumnus, devoted his career to Case and Case students. He also found a way to explain and honor the great scientists who came before him.

MULTIMEDIA

FEATURED VIDEO

The Engineering Game brought laughs and a competitive spirit to Engineers Week 2021.
See what you missed or relive what you enjoyed.

What is ISSACS? A catalyst. Meet the Institute for Smart, Secure and Connected Systems.

WHAT IS NEUROREALITY?

Is it real or is it think[box]?

CURRENT ISSUE

WINTER 2021

Welcome to think[box] Radio, a bi-monthly podcast inspired by Sears think[box], the innovation center at Case Western Reserve University.

EVENTS

9

MARCH

xLab Quarterly Roundtable

Digital capabilities accelerated during the pandemic. Experts from Microsoft and Hyland Software will discuss how these digital tools will shape the future of work. The webinar is free and open to all, March 9 at 1 pm.
 

10

MARCH

Entrepreneurship Roundtable
An electrical engineering degree was the foundation for Mike Sieger ’83 becoming Claims President at Progressive Corporation. He’ll discuss his career journey and the power of leading with accuracy and efficiency as part of the CWRU Entrepreneurship Speaker Series, March 10 at noon. 

11

MARCH

Protecting your IP
Patent attorney Michael Folise ’81, author of The Inventor’s Handbook, will lead a workshop on attaining and protecting intellectual property rights as part of a Veale Skills Lab Workshop, March 11 at 3 pm via Zoom. 

26-27

MARCH

‘Running under dancing lights’

What’s it like to be a sled dog in the Iditarod? No one know better than Dr. Lee Morgan ’87, the official veterinarian of Alaska’s Iditarod Sled Dog Race. He’ll help the Cleveland Museum of Natural History celebrate the birthday of one of its top attractions—Balto, the Siberian Husky sled dog—with an online presentation, 7 p.m. March 26 and 11 a.m. March 27

SAVE THE DATE:
OCTOBER 21-24

Homecoming 2021
Homecoming offers a wide range of programming, from academic lectures to social gatherings. Whether you are alumni, parents/families, students, friends, faculty or staff, there is something for everyone.