At CWRU, your work will get you recognized

fourth-year biology and history major, Nihal Manjila, smiling

At Case Western Reserve University, undergraduate research is a big deal—in fact 86% of our undergraduates from all majors are involved. And they get involved as early as day one! 

What’s more, the contributions they’re making to society with those research projects are getting noticed. Big time. 

Take fourth-year biology and history major Nihal Manjila (pictured here), whose research recently won a national award.

Read about Nihal’s research prize

His paper—Substance of Joy: Serotonin Research at the Cleveland Clinic, 1948-1968—earned the nationally competitive Lynn W. Turner Prize for undergraduate research.

That’s what happens at CWRU. You can combine your interests across our 100+ programs of study. You take part in fascinating research. Your hard work will be recognized. And you’ll chart your course to a bright future.

We can’t wait to see what you’ll do.