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As a school-based, independent or community-based organization counselor, you know the value of visiting campuses. Drop by Case Western Reserve for a conversation led by Director of Admission Bob McCullough or Vice President for Enrollment Rick Bischoff, followed by a student-led, counselor-only campus tour.
More than 30 Case Western Reserve University students, staff and alumni shared their inventions, startup ventures and entrepreneurial resources on a global stage this month at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). This marks the third year in a row that Case Western Reserve University exhibited the most student startups of any university in the world.
Case Western Reserve University has emerged as one of the nation's most recognized universities for comprehensive internationalization. In January, the university’s efforts were given further recognition as it received the prestigious Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovation in International Education.
Of course, we think every day is a great day to visit Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland, but this spring will be extra special, as the university will host five overnight and six all-day events for admitted students and underclassmen looking to take a good look at life at CWRU.
Thought-provoking conversation with a small group of classmates is a defining feature of Case Western Reserve University’s SAGES seminars. This fall, one such seminar expanded the definition of classmate, with eye-opening success.
At the Weatherhead School of Management, hands-on learning is key to undergraduate business education. Our students complete internships, work with real clients and enjoy an array of student activities.
The Case Western Reserve community has had much to celebrate in its first months of the 2015-16 school year, including the grand openings of a new performing arts center; the renovation of a makerspace unlike any other in the nation; and the first stages of a medical education campus that will usher in a new era in health education.
Case Western Reserve University's Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at The Temple Tifereth - Israel opened Sunday, Sept. 27 with a moving concert experience.