Case Western Reserve University

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Case Western Reserve University,

at Cleveland; coeducational; est. 1967 through the merger of the Case Institute of Technology (chartered 1880, opened 1881) and Western Reserve Univ. (chartered and opened 1826). Case Western Reserve is made up of a liberal arts college, a school of graduate studies, an institute of science and technology, and six professional schools: law, dentistry, medicine, nursing, management, and social work. The university has an electronics design center and an observatory.
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Witt received his Bachelor of Science degree in metallurgy from Case Institute of Technology (now Case Western Reserve Univ.
He graduated from Syracuse University with an AB Degree and from Case Institute of Technology (now Case Western Reserve University) with Ms and PhD degrees.
Shaw was born in Atlantic City, graduated from the Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland and earned his Ph.
Gingo holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Case Institute of Technology, a law degree from the University of Akron and a master's degree in business management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
He began his career as an engineer, being registered in the State of Ohio and the Province of Saskatchewan, after graduating from Case Institute of Technology with a B.
Her husband, Gerry, graduated in 1956 from the Case Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and went to work in rocket propulsion for the Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Crossland holds an undergraduate degree in engineering from the former Case Institute of Technology and an MBA in finance and marketing from the Weatherhead School of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
in Metallurgy from Case Institute of Technology and is proud to have been one of the first recipients of an FEF scholarship.
At Cleveland's Case Institute of Technology (which had participated in the wartime synthetic rubber project under professor Samuel Meron, and later became Case Western Reserve University), Eric Baer formed a department of macromolecular science in 1963.
Founded in 1826 and shaped by the unique merger of the Case Institute of Technology and Western Reserve University, Case Western Reserve is distinguished by its strengths in education, research, service and experiential learning.