The 2021 fall/winter edition of Case Western Reserve’s Think magazine is available on campus and online at case.edu/think.
The lead feature is Still Running, a profile of President Eric Kaler.
Learn more about the one-time first-generation college student, his family, accomplishments and how he changed the trajectory of his PhD students’ lives. “I owe my entire career in biotechnology to him,” said one former mentee who worked with Kaler more than 30 years ago.
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This issue’s features:
Find out how persistence and collaboration turned a scientific discovery into the Rodeo startup that sold for $55 million.
Former CWRU running back and entrepreneur John Kobs wants his company to be the online site for renters to find a home they love.
Other stories include:
A summer program gave students from underrepresented backgrounds experience in scientific labs.
A new undergraduate neuroscience program draws strong interest.
Cristián Gómez Olivares’ writing is personal and political.
Diverse cultural groups at the dental school advocate for students and patients.
The law school integrates Serial series on criminal justice into student education.
Alumna Jackie O’Brien led Engineers Without Borders USA to transform how it helps communities around the globe.
Learn how alumnus David Dinkins Jr. became boxing’s premier producer.
Pediatric audiologist and alumna Michelle Hu inspires young patients and their parents as a model of what’s possible with hearing loss.