The 2018 spring/summer edition of Case Western Reserve’s Think magazine is now available at numerous locations around campus, including in academic buildings and at the Tinkham Veale University Center.
The online version is a click away at case.edu/think.
The magazine, published twice a year, offers intriguing, compelling and surprising stories about the university community—both on campus and beyond.
This issue features:
Lives of Service
The Senate has confirmed alumna Sharon Bannister to be the top-ranked dentist in the U.S. Air Force, where she’s making a difference and feeling closer to the father she hardly knew.
Alumna Elaine Nichols (pictured at top), senior curator at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, believes everyone has a story. This is hers.
After a rural Kentucky Lawyer waged a massive disabilities scam, law school Professor Laura McNally-Levine and her students stepped up to help some of his former clients.
Other stories include:
Cancers hit certain populations harder than others, and researcher Monica Webb Hooper wants to know why
Translations that broaden the reach of women writers
Easing the Burden
Providing coping strategies for families with technology-dependent children
When Robots Fly
From the improbable to the spectacular, a journey inspired by nature
The Choices We Make
Behavioral economists help decipher the good, bad and purely confounding
Stories about alumni include:
Alumnus helps animators bring cars—and other objects—to life
Alumna is the chief medical officer for a crisis text line that helps people cope
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