Case Western Reserve University has a long tradition of strong undergraduate education and outstanding research and graduate programs. SOURCE, the centralized office for undergraduate research, brings these strengths together.
The goal of the SOURCE office is to assist and prepare students to engage in research and creative endeavors, and to guide and, where appropriate, to supplement institutional, departmental, and divisional work with this effort. This means that the SOURCE office is here to help students learn about research and creative project opportunities, to assist faculty members with undergraduate research program development and funding funding, provide research educational seminars and information sessions, and to celebrate our students' accomplishments.
Case Western Reserve University has many advantages for students interested in getting involved in undergraduate research and creative endeavors. First, the graduate program is larger than the undergraduate program. Secondly, Case is located in Cleveland’s University Circle. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Botanical Gardens and many other institutions offer numerous potential opportunities for students interested in research and creative endeavors. http://www.cleveland.com/universitycircleguide/
Finally, Case School of Medicine, University Hospitals, and the Cleveland Clinic offer an abundance of opportunities for students interested in the medical sciences. You are encouraged and invited to get involved in research and creative projects! SOURCE is here to assist you!