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ALUMNI

Path to success

The Case students who founded Path Robotics thought they could transform American manufacturing. They might be right.

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Scholar athlete

Building upon a Case tradition, Spartan standout Patrick Crossey earns a prestigious NCAA award to go with his engineering degree

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Cowgirl

Counting cattle is just the start for Shoshana Ginsburg, PhD ’15. Her startup put a smart eye in the sky.

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CAMPUS

Rising stars

Four Case researchers win prestigious National Science Foundation awards that target promising young scientists.

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Crowdfunding innovation

A new capital campaign will support the university’s research centers and institutes, including several with connections to the Case School of Engineering

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The show goes on

With a little ingenuity, and lots of spirit, Case students will stage Engineers Week activities Feb. 19-27 despite the pandemic.

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In demand

Everyone wants what Vipin Chaudhary’s student can do, and that’s a (welcome) problem.

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A break for Covid

Students will soon be sent home for Thanksgiving and an unusually long winter break as the university strives to keep campus safe.

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Unforgettable experience

With support from the Case Alumni Foundation, experiential learning programs are helping science and engineering students expand their education—even in the time of Covid.

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A stream of innovators

Despite the pandemic, a CWRU speaker series continues to showcase leading innovators and entrepreneurs—many of them Case engineers—and finds a receptive audience.

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STUDENTS

Scholar athlete

Building upon a Case tradition, Spartan standout Patrick Crossey earns a prestigious NCAA award to go with his engineering degree

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Healthy start

Sharing nutrition tips with classmates is only the beginning for Eunice Suberu. She hopes to nourish the world.

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TRIBUTES

Remembering L. David Baldwin

L. David Baldwin ’49 loved science and revered scientists—especially those from his alma mater. In the latter half of a remarkable life, he quietly and generously supported Case and its researchers to an extraordinary degree.

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Remembering Don Schuele

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.

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INNOVATION

STARTUPS

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