The housing of endowed, named professorships is critical to attracting and retaining faculty members of great renown, elevating departmental rankings and reputation through increased generation of visionary research which in turn attract the most promising students that serve as the highly qualified workforce of tomorrow. A “Chair’s Chair” is critical to the lifeblood of the Institution.
It is critical that Universities like Case Western Reserve have the most talented faculty members who will attract and train the best and brightest students.
A towards an endowed professorship represents a signifcant level of investment in the future of Case Western Reserve University and its students. A Case Western Reserve education is more than preparation. It is an opportunity to join a national network of scholars and practitioners who are shaping the course of education, research, and industry throughout the world.
KeyBank Professor and Chair of Organizational Behavior, Diana Bilimoria's research looks at diversity in business.
Anisfield-Wolf SAGES Fellow and Interim Director of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Lisa Nielson teaches about diversity throughout time.