Case Western Reserve University is a place for people with big ideas. People like:
- CWRU alumnus Matt Campagna, CEO of Reflexion Interactive Technologies, who developed a prototype during his time on campus to make concussion screening and monitoring more accessible and cost-effective—$600 as opposed to $18,000.
- CWRU junior Jessica Stoner, who traveled to Israel as a first-year student and returned this past summer to deliver 100 tablets loaded with literacy software to glean insights into how to improve career aspirations among women in the Middle East through education.
- CWRU sophomore Austin Wilson, who received recognition from Amazon after creating a small car made of K’NEX pieces that are controlled by his voice and Amazon’s Alexa.
They’re creative. They’re determined. And they’re well supported to take advantage of a campus brimming with opportunities across a range of disciplines.