Point of View
2018-2019 Annual Report
A new perspective
can change everything
An unsolvable problem suddenly gets a workable answer. A hopelessly flawed argument is fixed with a small tweak. The unattainable goal becomes a fully realized reality.
Looking from a different angle can lead to breakthroughs in research, insights in education, even empathy among people on opposing sides of an argument.
In short, it can often be core to achieving our mission as a university.
So this year, we’re taking a new perspective on some of Case Western Reserve’s most intriguing stories of 2017-2018.
That is, we’re telling—and showing—them from the participants’ point of view.
Hear their stories.
How you look can decide what you see
The 2,200-foot-long, $15 million Nord Family Greenway creates connections among our campus and Cleveland community
Student entrepreneur devises a quick way to track and train athletes’ brain health
Law student wins national honor for nonprofit honoring her late boyfriend
Recent honors stem from common commitment by university and alumni to deepen understanding
Softball team ends season with highest finish ever—for any CWRU team
Nursing students head to local schools to assess exposure to lead
Multi-institutional collaborations are taking research from lab bench to the patient’s bedside
The most effective treatment for dental care is already in your medicine cabinet
The combination of holograms and dance creates a high-tech, first-of-its-kind performance
A childhood fascination inspires an invention that could change health care, manufacturing and more
New program, with support from the trustees and President Barbara R. Snyder, aims to improve student satisfaction
Research shows mixed-income developments aren’t always inclusive—and points the way forward
A tweet to a role model led an MBA student to an unforgettable experience— and a lifelong mentor