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  • CWRU’s test-optional policy

    Case Western Reserve University wants to remove barriers to completing your college application.

    We know taking the ACT or SAT may be difficult—or, frankly, impossible—this year, and so we have gone test optional…

  • We have a team for that

    From your first day at Case Western Reserve University, a team of dedicated professionals will have your back—making sure you know how to maximize your CWRU experience to meet your personal and professional…

  • 3 science majors win nationally competitive Goldwater Scholarships

    For those pursuing careers in math, engineering and the natural sciences, the name Barry Goldwater reigns supreme. The Barry Goldwater Scholarship is known as the “preeminent undergraduate award of its type in…

  • Students contribute to digitizing history. And see its effect on today.

    Ten years ago, the Occupy Movement was everywhere:…

  • Engineering with a purpose

    Engineers are problem solvers. It’s just what comes naturally. And Case Western Reserve University engineers are some of the best in their fields when it comes to …

  • A nursing student who walks the walk

    Dan L. is probably a lot like you. He is majoring in nursing at Case Western Reserve University because he wants to do his part to, “retain that human aspect in health care.”

    That’s why this summer…

  • Let’s talk about your career prospects

    At Case Western Reserve University we make it our business to make sure you are ready to get down to business

  • What 8 CWRU students did over the summer

    More than 80% of Case Western Reserve University undergraduates take part in research and creative endeavors. These are just a few of their stories. 

  • Start your future early

    Early Decision students knew Case Western Reserve was the first choice for them as they were applying to college. 

    Some say it was the atmosphere...
     
    "When I came for my first visit, I could see…

  • Meet the engineering student who helped the world’s fight against COVID-19

    Through the Cooperative Education Program at Case Western Reserve University, engineering students have a unique opportunity to gain hands-on, paid-work…

  • This could be you!

    This week, Case Western Reserve University will welcome more than 1,300 new students to our ranks.

    They are from all over the world.

    • They hail from 45 different…
  • Students provide medical equipment at home and around the world

    “The pandemic offered an opportunity to use CWRU’s geographically diverse student body to help with a nationwide shortage of PPE.” —Julian Narvaez, student president of CWRU MedWish

    For pre-med…

  • The Roman art professor who won her field’s highest honor

    Case Western Reserve University faculty are no strangers to earning highly sought awards in their…

  • Engineer shares 5 lessons-learned for women in STEM

    “I am grateful for the opportunities I got and try to do my bit to pay it forward to the younger generation of men and women wanting to pursue STEM as a career.” —Pallavi Tiwari

  • Our nurses get great jobs

    What makes Case Western Reserve University nurses so employable?

    Experience. Tons of it.

    Nurses at the Frances Payne Bolton School of…

  • We look forward to reading your application

    The Common Application and Coalition Application is open to rising seniors. As you think about your college application, we wanted to share with you a few tips that we hope will help as you put together your…

  • Student devises a better way to sterilize face masks

    Let me introduce you to Badar Kayani. He is a senior electrical engineering student and doing some remarkable and incredibly timely work in Case Western Reserve’s think[box] innovation center right now that is…

  • Once upon a time, a class studied picture books...

    It’s the first rule of communications: Know your audience.

    In a Case Western Reserve University first-seminar course, Children’s Picture Books, with …

  • The business grad who says it best

    Igor Tutelman graduated from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management this spring with his bachelor’s in accounting. 

    In Igor’s second year at CWRU, a graduate of his…

  • This faculty member is “one of the field’s most talented fossil finders”

    Yohannes Haile-Selassie was investigating a site in the deserts of Northern Ethiopia when he came across a remarkably complete early hominin skull. It’s 3.8 million years old, an Australopithecus anamensis — the…

  • A lesson in life, from life at CWRU

    “Just as the figures are observing their own natural surroundings, I recall my own experiences in a natural setting, walking along a path or sitting on a sturdy rock and observing nature.”

  • 5 fun facts you probably didn't know about Cleveland

    1. Cleveland was in fact the first city to be lit by electricity
    Benjamin Franklin may have been the one to discover electricity, but Charles Brush of Cleveland is credited with illuminating Public…

  • Recent grad well-prepared for nursing leadership

    For Elizabeth Adams, the path to nursing school started with a short list of wants and don’t wants. 

    ✅ Help people 
    ❌ Sit behind a desk 

    “I can do anything with a nursing degree. I could go…

  • 4 business student organizations you’ll want to join

    Case Western Reserve University knows that business success is a combination of students gaining the right skills at the right time (early and often); practicing their skills in real-world situations (like…

  • 5 minutes with the future Dr. Van Dorn

    In just two years, Chloe Van Dorn has shadowed cardiologists, breast surgeons, radiologists, oncologists, nurse navigators and child psychologists at University Hospitals, and she’s worked with patients in the Social Work…

  • “The Wind~an Unruly Living” and other finds

    Like to read?

    So do Case Western Reserve University faculty. And they love to write, too. (It’s their not-so-secret power.) 

    Elevating your creativity and analytical powers is the mission…

  • How our students landed internships this summer

    With 99 percent of Case Western Reserve University business students completing at least one internship before graduation, it’s not unusual that our faculty tap into their vast networks to help students connect…

  • A triple major who is one step closer to her career goal

    Case Western Reserve offers students a number of ways to find meaningful real-world experiences.

    Bailey Kaplan is a rising junior and triple major in computer science, cognitive science and psychology. Her…

  • Becoming a management master

    Business students at Case Western Reserve University are on the fast-track to management leadership. They complete core business classes in their first year, giving them the foundation to compete for skill-…

  • Oh, the places you’ll learn!

    Nursing is a practice-driven profession. At Case Western Reserve University, you’ll put your skills to practice with clinicals that begin just three weeks into your first semester. And you’ll clock more than 1,…

  • “Do what inspires and interests you.” Tobili Hatcher did just that, and you can, too.

    Our students have diverse interests, whether it’s what they study or what organizations they join on campus. Luckily, Case Western Reserve University gives students the opportunity to …

  • 3 things to keep your mind sharp this summer

    Bernard “Bernie” Jim is a SAGES Teaching Fellow, which means he is one of the first of many teachers and advisors Case Western Reserve University students have. This week he has some good advice for you to make…

  • Perspectives from the South Pole

    “It has been oddly warm for the past few days. Temperatures up near -35F.”
    —PhD student Allen Foster, on his blog “Allen’s South Pole Winter-Over 2020"
     

    Case Western…

  • Engineering students develop solution for Uganda health care workers

    When it comes to transporting vaccines in developing countries, there’s a “Goldilocks” rule at play—vaccines need to be kept not too hot, and not too cold.

    Five students from Case Western Reserve…

  • A business class that focuses on YOU

    A hallmark of Case Western Reserve University’s undergraduate business programs is that our students become immersed in business concepts from day one, with courses in accounting and economics in the first year…

  • Two truths and a lie about nursing at CWRU

    Let’s play a game: Two truths and a lie about nursing at Case Western Reserve University.  

    1. Our nursing students begin clinical rotations just 3 weeks into their first…
  • Lead in the nation's health care capital

    How do our grads become leaders in nursing?

    By launching into patient care from the very start in the nation’s health care nerve center, our students earn …

  • A makerspace for artists, humanists and everyone

    When you hear the word “makerspace,” do you see yourself there? Do you see you and your friends huddled together in the company of advanced technology and expert creators? 

    I hope so, because at Case…

  • Awards roll in for CWRU engineers

    As engineers, the faculty and students at Case Western Reserve University aren’t out for accolades. 

    But when you put some of the best minds in the field together and purposefully set your efforts to…

  • Video: Business dean on an ecosystem of leadership

    “We have the ability to uniquely customize the program to the needs of the marketplace to bring the latest offerings.” 
    —CWRU Weatherhead School of Management Dean Manoj Malhotra

  • Our grads are off to great places

    On May 17, Case Western Reserve University celebrated the graduation of thousands of undergraduate students, ready to take on the next chapter to achieve their professional and personal goals. 

  • Video: 5 tips to ace your online college interview

    Sometimes there is no replacement for a face-to-face meeting, but, luckily, at Case Western Reserve University, an online interview can be a close approximation of the in-person thing. Admission interviews are optional…

  • Art history professor earns Guggenheim Fellowship

    “She is one of the most creative and innovative research scholars in any field of endeavor in the humanities.”
    —Elizabeth Bolman, chair of the CWRU Department of…
  • Science and pre-med majors: Plan for life after college

    While your academic achievements can advance your scientific knowledge, you’ll need a special mix of experience and insider know-how to prepare for your life’s work.

    At Case Western Reserve…

  • Southeast Asian fusion a cappella? We’ve got a club for that

    The organizations you take part in at Case Western Reserve University add an extra dimension to your college life. Your involvement will serve as a conduit for self-exploration, as the foray into new conversations, as…

  • The engineering class that teaches how NOT to make things

    “This sounds corny, but ‘Larry Lab’ changed my life.” 
    -Student nominator describes Larry Sears’ applied circuit design course


    Technical skills. Independent thinking. Creativity. How to not make…

  • Meet a few graduating business students

    As the semester has officially come to a close, Case Western Reserve University’s seniors have great things on the horizon. We recently heard from several business students from our…
  • A rousing endorsement for our nursing faculty

    As a nursing student at Case Western Reserve University, you’ll be at the center of one of the nation’s most sophisticated health care cities and keeping company with some of the world’s leading health care experts.…

  • A message from the dean

    Updated May 15, 2020

    Preparing for an on-campus fall opening:

    We are committed to having students on campus at Case Western Reserve University this fall, and already have begun consulting with…

  • CWRU Conversations: Women in STEM-Preparing for a career in computer and data science

    Faculty and students in computer and data sciences at Case Western Reserve University present an online information session specific to woman-identifying students interested in STEM careers. Learn about the department and…

  • What will colleges expect of me? A panel discussion with admission leaders

    From coursework to activities and family life, your world and your plans have been turned upside down. We understand! Our approach is characterized by flexibility and understanding. In this live event, Case Western…

  • We do work that matters in the world

    At Case Western Reserve University, we put our mental muscle into the big issues of our world. I wanted to take a moment to share two examples:

    • In April, six members of the CWRU community…
  • CWRU Conversations: Engineers and the businesses they built

    Four young entrepreneurs—all from the Case School of Engineering—talk about the businesses they built as students, the importance of resources like Sears think[box], the support of their dedicated professors, and how what…

  • Extended transfer application deadline to July 1

    We are committed to having students on campus at Case Western Reserve University this fall, and already have begun consulting with experts to ensure the health and safety of everyone arriving on our campus.

  • CWRU Conversations: Successful preparation for med school

    Hear from our grads about what to expect and how they were prepared to excel as medical professionals.

     

  • CWRU Conversations: My first few years in the business world

    Good things happen fast for Case Western Reserve University grads. Join us to meet a few of our young alums and find out how they went from promising high schooler (like yourself) to business leader.

     

  • Meet international management student Kayele Silue

    International student Kayele Silue from Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire in West Africa, is preparing to graduate this spring from Case Western Reserve with a degree in finance. Kayele attended the African Leadership Academy (ALA)…

  • Video: Computer and data sciences at CWRU

    Meet CWRU alumni at some of the largest companies in the world and hear how CWRU’s Computer and Data Sciences program helped prepare them for their careers.

     
  • Video: Nursing at CWRU

    The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University is globally recognized for its leadership in nursing, education, and research. Get a look inside the Samson Pavilion at the Health Education…

  • Alum’s Spanish flu research shows connections with COVID-19

    In 2017, Case Western Reserve University student Tarun Jella completed a capstone research project about Cleveland’s response to the Spanish flu.

    His deep dive into the archives describes social…

  • Meet international biomedical engineering student Bill Ding

    Born and raised in Shanghai, Bill Ding says he knew attending Case Western Reserve University would be a great way to prepare him for medical school, while getting to know the culture in the United States. What he didn’t…

  • Video: Welcome to the Wall Street Trek

    Imagine meeting face to face with CEOs and executives of some of the largest Wall Street firms. Now consider having that chance as an undergraduate student, as early as your first year. And at no cost to you.

    That…

  • Some business videos you’ll like

    Shared below are a few videos that could be useful to you as you consider your business school options. 

  • Nurses will lead the next generation

    “As a nurse it is my duty to advocate for and to make sure the public is educated on how to protect themselves.”  
    —Shanina Knighton
    CWRU nursing faculty member

     

    At Case Western Reserve…

  • Check out our grads’ successes

    The results are in. We’ve got data on Case Western Reserve University’s Class of 2019. And our First Destination Survey is proof…

  • Where medicine and social science intersect

    Through an internship at MetroHealth Hospital last summer, Case Western Reserve University junior Kate Haering saw firsthand how social determinants affect health. Combining what she learned in the classroom with her real…

  • Meet one of our friendliest faces, Jay Hodge

    Jay Hodge is the chief of our campus police department. You'll see him peddling around campus on his bike, but first, meet him here. 

    Describe CWRU students in five words.

  • Meet our director of innovation, Ian Charnas

    Ian Charnas, director of innovation and technology at Sears think[box], helps students bring their ideas to life. He's one of many people at CWRU that we'd like you to get to know, so we asked him a few questions.…

  • Meet CWRU student Han Nguyen

    Even as our students are learning remotely from around the world, we enjoy having the chance to connect with them and share with you their experiences at Case Western Reserve University.

    We recently spoke with…

  • Video: Accounting at Case Western Reserve University

    Professor Karen Braun on the accounting program at CWRU

  • Video: Economics: Game Theory at Case Western Reserve University

    Professor Roman Shermata discusses his class, Game Theory and its relevance in many sectors.

  • Video: "This is what I can do. This is how far I can go."

    Hear about the opportunities our students are receiving on campus.

  • Video: Then and now

    Graduating students reflect on their time on campus.

  • Video: Move-in day at CWRU

    Students from around the world arrive on campus for move-in day.

  • Video: Sears think[box]

    Get a look inside the largest, open-access makerspace at any university in the world—right here on CWRU’s campus.

  • Video: Experiential learning in Nepal

    Cherry Bharati shares what she learned in Nepal through the Experiential Learning Fellowship program in anthropology.

  • Video: Fall in love with Cleveland

    Learn about what the city of Cleveland has to offer.

  • Four truths and a lie: Andrea B.

    Let’s play a game—four truths and a lie about Case Western Reserve University sophomore Andrea Beltran.

    1. It’s pronounced Ahn-DRAY-uh.
    2. She’s studying international business…
  • What an anatomy fashion show looks like

    We recently sat down with junior Nina Lui-Guechev to talk about Cleveland’s medical community, cancer research and what, exactly, an Anatomy Fashion Show is.

    What piqued your interest in CWRU?
    "…

  • I take my coffee with milk, sugar and art

    If there were an intersection where art met community service and social mobility met coffee… it would point to the center of the Case Western Reserve University campus.

    This semester, the walls of …

  • From Case to Space: Engineers Week at CWRU

    “What I learned at CWRU—the discipline, the study habits, the connections I made—prepared me for everything else that was to come. I was ready for any challenge.”
    —Astronaut and alum Don Thomas…

  • Undergrads master MBA-level competition

    CWRU encourages and refines our critical-thinking skills and instills in us the work ethic and desire to succeed.
    —Andrew Lease, senior


    For the second consecutive…

  • Do. Learn.

    Within six months of graduation, 94% of Case Western Reserve University students are employed or in graduate school. 

    That’s not luck…

  • How to build your resume

    I’d like to introduce you to three Case Western Reserve University students I think you’d have a lot in common with: 

    • Marin Exler, a …
  • Meet Wall Street

    Imagine meeting face-to-face with CEOs and executives of some of the largest Wall Street firms. 

    As an undergraduate student
    As early as your first year
    At no cost to you

    That’s what…

  • Meet a nursing student who “couldn't imagine any other school”

    Rachel Hyzny is a first-year student from Kennett Square, Pa. 

    Hear what led her to Case Western Reserve University, and what she’s learned in her first semester of nursing school.

    Why did you…

  • Here’s what’s been on our minds

    Case Western Reserve University’s faculty are intellectual powerhouses—experts in their fields, renowned for the knowledge they contribute to the world. They share their fresh insights in research journals and…

  • Celebrating Black History Month at CWRU

    In 1854, Frederick Douglass, the abolitionist and ex-slave, delivered the commencement speech for Western Reserve College (as we used to be called). That speech was featured during a …

  • Meet two students who are contributing to the greater good

    You know that business philosophy, “Do well by doing good”? 

    Senior economics majors Kareem Agag and Aayush Parikh sure do.

    Backed by a grant from …

  • Meet sophomore Tae-Hee Kim

    Tae-Hee Kim is a sophomore medical anthropology major and human nutrition minor, who is passionate about going to medical school to become a doctor and be able to help people one day.

    We recently sat down with…

  • Let's talk about your career

    In class, Case Western Reserve University prepares you for the future by elevating your critical thinking and team skills.

    Outside traditional classrooms, you’ll get plenty of chances to put your…

  • Entrepreneurs welcome!

    Since 2018, Case Western Reserve University has given rise to 40 active student startups.

    Enterprising students are building their own businesses… and they are far from alone. Our students are…

  • Celebrating 2020: The Year of the Nurse

    The World Health Organization has named 2020 the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, recognizing the vital role…

  • Student research in the humanities and social sciences

    Research is ubiquitous on the Case Western Reserve University campus. CWRU undergrads discuss the intricacies of a systematic literature review over lunch. They share their findings all over—at conferences, in…

  • “You should pursue this as a real company”

    At least once a week, between my office and my favorite Little Italy lunch spot, I walk by the office of a true Case Western Reserve University success story. 

    The sign out front reads “…

  • A look at your four years of nursing school

    From their first month on campus, Case Western Reserve University nursing students begin getting comfortable talking with patients and providing basic care. By the time they graduate, they have the skills,…

  • CWRU blue is the color of 2020

    Each year, the color experts at Pantone name a color of the year. For 2020, the selection is a hue near and dear to our hearts: Classic Blue.

  • Why 80%+ of business students have 2+ internships

    In last year’s graduating class, 84% of students in the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University held two or more internships.

  • Nursing competence and confidence comes with practice

    Case Western Reserve University nursing students spend more than 1,300 hours in hospitals with patients—that’s nearly double the national average. They complement this real-world patient care in simulated…