Best of 2021
Our most popular stories from the past year showcase the world of Case—the earnest students, the innovative faculty, and the alumni superstars who made us proud.
Teaching through Covid
When school went remote, Case instructors scrambled to design new classes and labs, often innovating on the fly. See why students gave them stellar grades.
Uniting man and machine
Through his Human Fusions Institute, Professor Dustin Tyler, PhD ’99, is bringing new abilities to people who have lost the use of limbs—while showing us that the sense of touch knows no bounds.
Our story on the passing of Professor Don Schuele, PhD ’63, reminded readers of the many contributions of an alumnus known for his leadership, his science and his passion for students.
100 years of Case Alumnus
In the world of glass, alumnus Arun Varshneya is world renowned. His development of chemically strengthened glass made the EpiPen work—and prevented your smartphone from shattering every time you dropped it.
Hark! Female voices, like Christine Pan’s, herald a new day for the venerable Case Men’s Glee Club.