Tinkham Veale II with students

Veale's $20 Million Commitment Launches Much-Anticipated University Center Project

Case Western Reserve University's longtime goal of constructing a university center is now becoming a reality, thanks to a recent $20 million commitment from the Veale Foundation. The center will be known as the Tinkham Veale University Center, in honor of the foundation's founder, Tinkham Veale II (CIT '37), age 95, and will be a bustling hub for students, faculty and staff to congregate and collaborate.

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Maltz Family Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland

Maltz Family's $12 Million Commitment Establishes Partnership, Catalyzes Fundraising

Catalyzed by a $12 million gift from the Maltz Family Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Case Western Reserve University formed an historic partnership with
The Temple - Tifereth Israel to transform its historic University Circle space into a dynamic performing arts center for academic programs in music, theater and dance.

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Profile: The John Huntington Fund for Education

The John Huntington Fund for Education has provided steadfast support to Case Western Reserve University, having funded more than $15.5 million in scholarships to deserving Cuyahoga County residents pursuing a Case Western Reserve education in a technical field.

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medical check-up

Financial Spotlight: Bequest Supports Scholarships, Carries on Alumna's Legacy

An anonymous alumna of the School of Medicine has made a $3 million bequest to provide scholarships to encourage qualified women to enroll in the School of Medicine, allowing the 84-year-old physician to make a lasting statement on a cause she has championed throughout her life.

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