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Headshot of choreographer Pam Tanowitz
Headshot of choreographer Pam Tanowitz

Award-winning choreographer lent expertise to dance students

Date posted: November 14th, 2019

Graduate students in the Department of Dance recently studied under internationally acclaimed choreographer Pam Tanowitz, who was in residency at Mather Dance Center for 10 days in September. Her assistant, Lindsey Jones, taught two master classes for undergraduate dance majors and minors. …Read more.

In Memoriam: James E. Zull

Date posted: November 8th, 2019

James E. Zull, professor emeritus in the biology department, died Oct. 27, at age 80. Among his many contributions during his 48 years on the faculty (1966–2014), Zull explored what brain science reveals about the nature of learning, and he made his conclusions accessible to educators in two influential books. …Read more.

Graduate Students at the Cleveland Museum of Art
Graduate Students at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Graduate studies collaboration results in CMA exhibition

Date posted: November 5th, 2019

Graduate students in the CMA-CWRU Joint Program in Art History and Museum Studies collaborated to organize the exhibition “Master/Apprentice: Imitation and Inspiration in the Renaissance,” on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art through Feb. 23, 2020.

Phase II of the Maltz Performing Arts Center Breaks Ground

Date posted: November 1st, 2019

“Imagine the possibilities,” Roe Green told more than 130 people Thursday night at the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center. The occasion was the official launch of Phase II of the ambitious project to transform the historic synagogue into a state-of-the-art space for the university’s programs in music, theater and dance. …Read more.

Lessons for all in partnership between SAGES classroom and elementary school

Date posted: October 11th, 2019

In early October, 60 second-grade students from Noble Elementary School in Cleveland Heights visited students from Case Western Reserve University as part of a SAGES First Seminar course, Children’s Picture Book, led by Cara Byrne. …Read more.

Sandra Russ named interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Date posted: September 28th, 2019

Sandra “Sandy” Russ, Distinguished University Professor and the Louis D. Beaumont University Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, succeeds Timothy Beal, the Florence Harkness Professor of Religion.

Jonathan Sadowsky's "Shelfie"
Jonathan Sadowsky's "Shelfie"

Faculty share their summer reading picks

Date posted: July 10th, 2019

Looking for some new books to read this summer? Check out what our faculty are reading this summer!

Meet students from the class of 2019

Date posted: May 17th, 2019

Congratulations to our newest graduates! The class of 2019 comprises outstanding College of Arts and Sciences students who have distinguished themselves in a variety of ways. 

Explore 50+ graduate programs

Date posted: March 5th, 2019

Further your education and career with a Master’s degree from Case Western Reserve University. With more than 50 graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences to choose from, there’s something for everyone.

Celebrating student achievements

Date posted: February 12th, 2019

CWRU students had the opportunity to show off their research at the Intersections: SOURCE Poster Sessions this winter. We are proud to announce the winners who represented the college!

Interim Dean Timothy Beal takes helm in the College of Arts and Sciences

Date posted: January 2nd, 2019

Timothy Beal, the Florence Harkness Professor of Religion, was named interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences after longtime leader Cyrus Taylor stepped down December 31.

Imagined Odyssey returns

Date posted: October 15th, 2018

The Department of Dance will present Mosaics this November at Mather Dance Center. Featured on the program will be the return of Gary Galbraith’s visually stunning dance, Imagined Odyssey, which was created last year in collaboration with Interactive Commons.

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