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This year challenged us in ways none of us had seen before. The pandemic stole away our familiar routines and sometime our loved ones. But we carried on, often with creative solutions, and came together as a campus community. Meanwhile, education and discovery continued in the Case tradition. In this month’s newsletter, we look back on some of our most popular stories from 2020 and show you why Case has much to look forward to in the year ahead.

From all of us at the Case Alumni Association, we wish you and yours a healthy and blessed holiday season.

OH, WHAT A YEAR

There’s plenty about 2020 we’ll be happy to leave behind. But let us remind you of what you’ll want to remember. We present your favorite stories, videos and podcasts from the past year.

MAJOR TOO POPULAR

Seemingly everyone wants what Vipin Chaudhary’s students can do. That’s a welcome problem for the inaugural chair of the Department of Computer and Data Sciences.

SUPER INVENTORS

Three Case researchers will be inducted into the National Academy of Inventors for doing what great inventors do: attaining patents, fueling startups and advancing science and engineering.

HANDS-ON ENGINEERING

Thanks to support from the Case Alumni Foundation, Case students have more access to experiential learning classes and programs than ever before. Here’s the lead story from our Annual Achievement Report.

COLLEGE LIFE IN COVID TIMES

Students describe what school has been like during a year like no other. Watch the video by clicking below.

FREE ACCESS TO ONLINE CAREER FAIRS: With many alumni and graduating seniors struggling to find work in the Covid economy, CWRU Alumni Career Services is partnering with GoHireTalent to offer free access to virtual career fairs around the country. You’ll find upcoming fairs HERE.

 

CWRU AT CES: When CES 2021, the giant consumer electronics show, unfolds online this January, CWRU will be there again. Several Case-connected teams are exhibiting in “virtual booths,” including the university’s new Human Fusion Institute led by Professor Dustin Tyler, PhD ’99. Registration is open. Learn more HERE

 

VIRTUAL INTERSECTIONS—A CELEBRATION OF RESEARCH: As a supporter of SOURCE, the Case Alumni Foundation encourages you to view this winter’s SOURCE Virtual Intersections, where the inspiring research of our engineering and computer science students is on display. Click HERE.

 

 

For more information on SOURCE and how to support the program, contact Janna Greer, Manager of Donor Relations and Grants, at janna.greer@casealum.org.

Have you made your year-end gift yet? Learn about the many ways you can support Case scientists and engineers. 

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