The College of Arts and Sciences is excited to announce the recipients of our Distinguished Alumni Awards. They were selected as stand out members of our alumni community for their contributions to their professions, the university, and beyond. These awards celebrate their achievements, honor the legacy of excellence, and encourage and inspire future alumni.
Tim Shuckerow, director of the Art Education/Art Studio programs in the Department of Art History and Art, is retiring in August after 32 years at the helm. He has actively recruited art education students from backgrounds underrepresented in the teaching profession. Works by African American alumni were featured in an exhibition honoring his legacy.
Next year marks the 50th year of athletic competition at Case Western Reserve University. CWRU Athletics is looking back and sat down with former runners Esther Erb Atkins (CWR ’08) and Stephanie Nothelle (CWR ’07) and CWRU Head Cross Country Coach Kathy Lanese.
Watch the video as they discuss the 2006 CWRU Women’s Cross Country Team, which won the first UAA Championship in the program’s history.
The Daily recently featured eight outstanding graduates from Case Western Reserve, including Joshua Holmes, a physics major with a 4.0 GPA and a promising future as a medical researcher. But first, he’s riding out the pandemic on the family’s cattle ranch in northern California.
Shanna Beth McGee (GRS, MNO ’18), CWRU professor of theater and co-founder of the immersive theater company Shadow of the Run, wanted to find a way to help artists in the community financially impacted by COVID-19. She and a team that includes four more alumni presented 48 Zoom performances over 12 days, raising $4,000.