The College of Arts and Sciences is the vibrant and essential core of Case Western Reserve University. We educate across the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, performing arts, and social and behavioral sciences. We develop skilled scholars and researchers through undergraduate and graduate education; and serve our communities.
Physics’ Johanna Nagy is among 19 outstanding teacher-scholars in chemistry, physics and astronomy to receive Research Corporation for Science Advancement’s 2024 Cottrell Scholar Awards.
Zachary Ansell, a second-year student considering the classics and computer science, discovered a talent for playing Scrabble when he was only eight years old. Now, he’s one of the top 100 players in the United States.
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, history’s Jay Geller talked to The Daily about the past and future impact of the Holocaust.
College by the Numbers
Graduates of the college who secured employment, advanced education or other ambition
Drama program on The Hollywood Reporter’s 2022 list of the top 25 programs across the globe
of students participate in hands-on experiential research or creative endeavor