Date posted: August 25th, 2017
The Academic English Proficiency Program is a new program for international students looking to improve their English skills to qualify for admission to graduate programs at Case Western Reserve University.
Date posted: July 10th, 2017
CWRU has launched PRIME (the Post-baccalaureate Readiness Instruction for bioMedical Education Program), a new program for pre-med students looking to bolster their candidacy for medical school.
Date posted: June 22nd, 2017
From supercomputers to smartphones, the amount of data people generate and collect continues to grow exponentially, and the need to store all that information grows with it.
Date posted: June 19th, 2017
Perched atop the roof of the AW Smith building on CWRU’s quad, the 9.5″ Warner and Swasey refractor has been a mainstay of the Department of Astronomy for many years.
Date posted: May 11th, 2017
During the 2016-17 academic year, College of Arts and Sciences faculty members earned honors, won awards and released publications.
Date posted: January 20th, 2017
College of Arts and Sciences students are doing exceptional work inside and outside the classroom. In an effort to recognize outstanding students, the college recently launched a Student Spotlights gallery. …Read more.
Date posted: December 14th, 2016
Dick Garwin (CIT ’47, HON ’16) was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama.
Date posted: September 30th, 2016
Thomas J. Knab never looked for plaudits; instead, they found him: A Grammy Award-winning audio engineer, and the chief information officer in the College of Arts and Sciences, he earned an international reputation for his ear for music and his mind for technology.
Date posted: July 25th, 2016
Date posted: July 13th, 2016
As the university prepares for reduced operations during the Republican National Convention to be held in Cleveland July 18–21, College of Arts and Sciences Dean Cyrus Taylor provides an update for college faculty and staff.
Date posted: June 6th, 2016
James “Great Neck” Richman, Elissa Richman and the Richman Family Foundation of the Jewish Communal Fund have committed $1 million to the Center for Popular Music Studies.