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Tzipor Ulman, founder and Executive Director of Science is Elementary
Tzipor Ulman, founder and Executive Director of Science is Elementary

Opportunities for Exploration are Fundamental

Date posted: November 8th, 2017

If Tzipor Ulman, PhD (CAS ‘94)  could impart one piece of advice to CWRU students it would be to “explore as many things as possible, because career trajectories are rarely linear and we don’t know where we will end up; such exploration can lead to a hobby or you can tie together several or more interests and make it a career.”

George (CIT '54) and Kay Baum
George (CIT '54) and Kay Baum

Saying ‘Thank You’ by Opening a Door

Date posted: November 2nd, 2017

The writings of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells may have given George Baum (CIT ’54) the early fascination for science, but it was Case that opened a door to a future beyond the limited opportunities in Cleveland’s inner city in the 1940’s and ‘50’s…

Christina Welter (CWR ’98) and David Muzic (CSE ’97)
Christina Welter (CWR ’98) and David Muzic (CSE ’97)

A Philanthropic Example

Date posted: November 2nd, 2017

Twenty years ago, as an anthropology major in the College of Arts and Sciences, Christina Welter (CWR ’98) traveled to American Samoa to conduct a study of immunization practices and policies for the islands’ public health department….

Victor Onufrieff, ADL ’67
Victor Onufrieff, ADL ’67

Making a Gift that Resonates

Date posted: July 10th, 2017

MPAC Phase I was an ideal way to align the Onufrieff’s love of arts education and musical performance with a cause that would make a broad impact at CWRU today and beyond…

A portrait photo of Barbara Hinebaugh FSM '42
A portrait photo of Barbara Hinebaugh FSM '42

Flora Stone Mather Graduate Celebrates 75 Years of Trailblazing

Date posted: July 10th, 2017

Barbara Hinebaugh FSM ’42 is celebrating the 75th anniversary of her graduation from Flora Stone Mather College.  Born and raised in Cleveland, Barbara graduated with majors in sociology and psychology.

After completing her degree, Barbara initially worked in an aircraft-manufacturing plant during World War II and learned to fly a plane….

Honoring a Father’s Legacy in Mathematics

Date posted: July 10th, 2017

As a visual artist, with a ‘86 BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art, and with a son who majored in computer science and mathematics, Judy used to say that the math “gene” in her family skipped a generation. However, as she has reflected on her father’s career, she sees a stronger connection between her work as an artist and his mathematical passions…

A headshot of Erin Bennett
A headshot of Erin Bennett

A Passionate Degree

Date posted: May 11th, 2017

Annual donor Erin Bennett, CAS ’94 expresses her commitment to education in the arts and humanities.

Image of donors, Paul (CIT ‘64) and Marilyn Jones
Image of donors, Paul (CIT ‘64) and Marilyn Jones

Powerful Chemistry

Date posted: January 20th, 2017

“I support undergraduate research at CWRU because it was the thing that really got me committed to science, research and the PhD path.” —Paul Jones (CIT ‘64)

Gerry and Jane Kesselman learned about developments at Case Western Reserve through their friendship with the late Professor Joseph F. Fagan III. Photo by Hank Henley Photography.
Gerry and Jane Kesselman learned about developments at Case Western Reserve through their friendship with the late Professor Joseph F. Fagan III. Photo by Hank Henley Photography.

Renewing A Connection

Date posted: January 19th, 2017

With a major gift to the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Gerry and Jane Kesselman honor a revered professor.

Morton L. Mandel (CWR '13)
Morton L. Mandel (CWR '13)

Gift Supports Outstanding Chemistry Faculty

Date posted: January 18th, 2017

“The forces that influence an institution the most are the human forces—the people who manage it, inspire it, lead it, and build it.” – Morton L. Mandel (CWR ’13)

Drumming Up Interest

Date posted: January 17th, 2017

“We hope that our gift will help break down barriers between popular culture and academic study and encourage lively debate in the field of popular music. In addition, we want to inspire others to participate in shaping the future musically and academically for Case Western Reserve University by giving generously.” – James ‘Great Neck’ (ADL ’72) and Elissa Richman

Edward and Melinda Sadar with Dean Taylor during Dean’s Weekend 2016
Edward and Melinda Sadar with Dean Taylor during Dean’s Weekend 2016

Putting Stock in Their Legacy

Date posted: January 5th, 2017

“It has been important to us to find creative ways to give back to the university that has meant so much to us.” —Edward (ADL ‘64, MED ‘68) and Melinda Melton (FSM ‘66) Sadar

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