The 2019 fall/winter edition of Case Western Reserve’s Think magazine is now available at numerous locations around campus and online 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.
The Daily also will highlight some of this issue’s stories during the coming months.
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This issue’s features:
The three features explore the work of two alumnae and the impact of the Cleveland Humanities Collaborative. They are:
Engineering an Artistic Vision
Alumna Rina Banerjee’s distinctive, mysterious sculptures evoke the perils and promise of globalism
Alumna Tzipor Ulman wasn’t an educator when she launched a program to teach science to young students. How’d she succeed?
Changing lives, one humanities course at a time.
Other stories include:
Campus experts highlight promising advances in diagnoses and treatments.
Out on the Streets
Seeking solutions to reduce tenant evictions in Cleveland.
Poetry thrives across campus.
Mind and Muscles in Constant Dialogue
Walking and chewing gum at the same time is more complex than it seems.
Developing tools to identify, treat new contaminants.
Nursing’s New Dean
A scientist, innovator and school veteran takes the helm.
The Private Lives of Youth
Annual questionnaire provides revealing details about behaviors—both healthy and troubling.
Care for Aging Teeth
Researchers seek best option for treating seniors.
Grappling with Health Laws and Policies
Students help nonprofits navigate thorny issues.
Flipping the Script
Focus on compassion, not problems, when coaching people to change.
Student turns a bad break into a record run and an NCAA championship.
Alumni stories include:
How a midcareer pivot led alumnus Norman Oliver to become Virginia’s health commissioner.
Helping Goodyear widen the road ahead through digital innovation.
Food for Thought
On singing, fish tacos and nirvana.