We are pleased to announce that Prof. Pavel Fileviez Perez will host on July 6-8, 2020, a virtual workshop “BLV circa 2020” in the CWRU Department of Physics as part of Snowmass 2021. Postdoctoral scholar Alexis Plascencia and graduate students Clara Murgui and Elliot Golias serve on the workshop...
Keith Robinson played an important role in physics education and research at CWRU for 36 years. He arrived in Cleveland in July 1966 to assume leadership of a new high energy physics group being formed at Western Reserve University as a result of a National Science Foundation Centers of...
The Juneteenth Committee of the African American Campus Community Resource Group has worked on a virtual/digital Juneteenth Celebration Friday, June 19.
Members of the campus community can view slides that includes multifaceted information on slavery in the United States, voting rights, protesting/rioting/looting and other pertinent current issues.
Diana Driscoll likes to ask her students, “Why do we care?” The inspiration for that challenge came from a former student who ended each class by asking her that same question.
“He was not being disrespectful,” she said. “He really wanted to understand the connection between physics and real life.”
Four Named Winners of Faculty Distinguished Research Award
For the past 15 years, Research ShowCASE has brought the Case Western Reserve University community together to celebrate remarkable inventions, solutions and discoveries of research. In recent years at this event, the university has recognized outstanding faculty contributions with the Faculty Distinguished...