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Engineering professors discussed CWRU’s collaboration with new Engineering Research Centers 

Case Western Reserve part of two new national engineering collaborations

The Plain Dealer:  Last week, the National Science Foundation announced the creation of four new Engineering Research Centers, each receiving $26 million over five years. Case Western Reserve University will take part in two of these collaborations, each of which will involve a handful of universities working together, including a group leader. CWRU’s team leaders are Roger French, the Kyocera Professor in materials science and engineering, and John Lewandowski, Distinguished University Professor and the Arthur P. Armington Professor of Engineering II in materials science.