When he wasn’t bashing homeruns for the Spartans, Gordon Daily ’00, MSE ’01, was meeting the people who would help him to launch his startup. The busy entrepreneur, who brought video streaming to the masses, is also a ready volunteer for his alma mater. He’ll receive a Meritorious Service Award at a Homecoming program.
Tom Conlon, the longest serving employee of today's Case Alumni Association staff, is retiring after 21 years as CFO. But he won’t be allowed to leave quietly. The board will recognize Tom for Distinguished Service at Homecoming 2023.
To help you navigate all the diversions that Case-land offers, the Case Alumni Association created the First-Year Adventure Guide. This is the third edition of the popular guide and our largest one yet. So dive in, first-years. Then get out there and explore!
As she designs highways and lays railroads, Kirsten Bowen ’96 tries to help other women follow her path. The vice president for Michael Baker International loves her job and serves Case as a volunteer and a role model. She’ll receive a Meritorious Service Award at Homecoming 2023.
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.
Cyrus Taylor explains climate change
Cyrus Taylor, the Albert A. Michelson Professor in Physics, will kick off the Origins of Science Lecture Series with a lecture titled “Climate Change I: The effects are real and the consequences are dire,” Tuesday, September 26 at a campus location to be announced. Dinner and a discussion will follow his presentation.