Groups of students walk across campus at Case Western Reserve University
  • 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…

  • 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. Who are…

  • 5 minutes with Anna: Soon-to-be CWRU graduate and Apple employee

    After two internships with Apple Inc. and over four years of studies in the Case School of Engineering, Anna Sedlackova is ready to receive her…

  • Studying the world’s oldest computing device

    When the Antikythera Mechanism was discovered in a shipwreck off the coast of a Greek island in 1901, it was shrouded in mystery. As technology…

  • What happens when nursing meets art?

    At CWRU’s Frances Bolton School of Nursing, there are so many creative ways to learn. For example, take the 80 undergraduate nursing students in Irena Kenneley’s…

  • Big data is big in business. You'll be ready for it

    At Case Western Reserve University, home of the Weatherhead School of Management, we are training the next generation of data experts. Because…

  • The instincts of a nurse

    Case Western Reserve University nursing students get right to work learning critical nursing skills that they put to use in clinical settings just three weeks…

  • Think big. Go bigger.

    Case Western Reserve University is a place for people with big ideas. People like:

  • 2007 alums sell startup for $540 million

    “As students, we found mentors who have helped us nearly every step of the way. As alums, we’ve found the CWRU network to be full of successful people who want…

  • “Everyone is really so welcoming”

    Camille Witt is a second-year Case Western Reserve University student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, who counts two dance groups and an improv…

  • Making connections in Silicon Valley

    Are you interested in the tech industry and startup culture? Getting an “in” in Silicon Valley is what it’s all about. 

    Fortunately, for a group of 10…

  • CWRU nursing students elected to state-wide board of directors

    Nursing skills don’t stop at the patient’s bedside. Two Case Western Reserve University nursing students are practicing their nursing skills on a whole other…

  • Enhanced leadership for veteran care

    Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is the kind of place that trains on the cutting edge, with the end goal of improved…

  • Insight from a first-year nursing student

    Luke Giles has been a college student for less than two months. But he already is six weeks into his first clinical rotation as a Case Western Reserve University…

  • CWRU Receives HEED Award for Eighth Straight Year

    Case Western Reserve University has, for the eighth straight year, received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity…

  • Meet professionals every week

    Smart businesses know that smart employees are the foundation of their success. 

    That’s why the world’s most successful businesses make it a point to…

  • Packed with possibility

    Case Western Reserve University students like to stay busy. And our campus offers plenty to occupy their time outside class—fueling friendships and satisfying…

  • Hear from the dean

    In this short video, Dean of Undergraduate Admission Robert McCullough answers three common questions about applying to CWRU to take some of the mystery out of…

  • Next-level nursing

    Our students at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing learn to soar.

  • Tapping into the wisdom of the world’s literary elite: Priceless

    To paraphrase those old MasterCard commercials: 

    Student Tickets: $5 Tapping into the wisdom of the world’s literary elite: Priceless

    Each year,…

  • Why CWRU?

    A few first-year nursing and pre-med students at Case Western Reserve University were recently interviewed and shared their experiences. 

    Only about a…

  • Engineering long-term results

    Neil Chavan made his first trip to Las Pilas, Costa Rica, when he was a junior, majoring in chemical engineering and environmental studies. 

    After…

  • Where is Weatherhead?

    At Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management, we have access to internship opportunities around the world. 

    Last summer we kept…

  • Students find their forté with the Weatherhead School of Management

    At the Weatherhead School of Management students are finding their forté—and they’re not doing it alone. That’s thanks to a new partnership between Case Western…

  • 5 Minutes with Musa Hakim

    Musa Hakim is a junior Materials Science and Engineering major whose academic and athletic chops have made him a standout on campus. Hear how he describes campus…