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Gloria and David Mog at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Gloria and David Mog at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Invest in Your Future

Date posted: January 5th, 2017

“A flexible gift annuity allowed us to support Case Western Reserve now while having the peace of mind of receiving income when the time is right for us.” — David Mog, PhD (CIT ‘64)

In designating Case Western Reserve as the recipient of a major gift, Thalia Dorwick has expressed her gratitude for the education she received here and provided support for the university’s internationalization efforts. Photo by Mike Sands.
In designating Case Western Reserve as the recipient of a major gift, Thalia Dorwick has expressed her gratitude for the education she received here and provided support for the university’s internationalization efforts. Photo by Mike Sands.

A Gift For Languages

Date posted: December 1st, 2016

She owed her professional life, Dorwick says, to the department where she became a scholar and teacher, and to Børve, who introduced her to publishing. Now, by designating Case Western Reserve as the recipient of a major endowment gift, she has given back to the university in a way that honors her mentor’s wishes and his memory.

Sally and Walter Bonsack at their home in Spokane Valley, Wash. Aug. 17, 2015 for Case Western. (Photo by Rajah Bose)
Sally and Walter Bonsack at their home in Spokane Valley, Wash. Aug. 17, 2015 for Case Western. (Photo by Rajah Bose)

A Stellar Contribution

Date posted: November 1st, 2016

“Dr. Bonsack’s story is a great reminder of the value of student research experiences,” says astronomy Professor and Chair Stacy McGaugh. “We are fortunate to have alumni as successful—and generous—as Dr. Bonsack, and are grateful for his commitment to help future generations of students share similar experiences.”

Dan and Jacqué Lease with Dean Cyrus Taylor at Dean’s Weekend 2016.
Dan and Jacqué Lease with Dean Cyrus Taylor at Dean’s Weekend 2016.

Gifts Both Large and Small

Date posted: October 2nd, 2016

“People see gifts of that size and say, ‘What can I do?’” But it’s important that people try to give at any level. If someone only can give $500, enough of those add up—together, you can endow a chair.”- Dan Lease (ADL ’71)

At age 16, Mark Gelfand had an electronics workshop in his family’s home in Cleveland. Now, he is dedicated to sparking children’s interest in science and engineering. Photo credit: Courtesy of Gelfand Family Charitable Trust
At age 16, Mark Gelfand had an electronics workshop in his family’s home in Cleveland. Now, he is dedicated to sparking children’s interest in science and engineering. Photo credit: Courtesy of Gelfand Family Charitable Trust

“In Every Child, There is a Scientist”

Date posted: October 1st, 2016

“This gift will allow us to enter into an unprecedented collaboration between the College of Arts and Sciences and Case School of Engineering,” says Jim Bader, director of CSME, which will become part of the Gelfand STEM Center. “What we’re proposing is something we don’t see at other universities—to deal with STEM as an integrated area instead of an ‘S,’ a ‘T,’ an ‘E’ and an ‘M.’ This is really how it should be done in the education process.”

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