Tom Kicher, first dean of the Case School of Engineering, served his alma mater as teacher, researcher and guiding light.
His legacy includes a more vibrant, competitive city and the modern university he helped shape.
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.
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.
Professor Dov Hazony was just what Case and an industrious city needed