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Check out these accomplished chicas under 30...all listed individually:”Forbes” selects four CWRU women for ”30 under 30” Four of Forbes magazine’s list of the year’s 30 most innovative young thinkers in science and healthcare come from Case Western Reserve.Forbes annual “30 Under 30” list highlights Cindy Chang, a fifth-year medical student at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University; Paige Cramer, who completed her doctoral degree in neurosciences earlier this year; Christine Fleming, who earned both her master’s and doctoral degrees in biomedical engineering; and Halle Tecco, a 2006 graduate who earned her bachelor’s degree in management.“Each of these young women has distinguished herself through extraordinary achievements,” President Barbara R. Snyder said. “We are pleased that Forbes magazine recognizes their intelligence and ingenuity, as well as their commitment to making a positive difference for others.”http://cwru-daily.com/news/forbes-selects-four-cwru-women-for-30-under-30/
Quote from: E Rocc on January 07, 2013, 12:39:18 AMhttp://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/local_news/cleveland_metro/case-western-reserve-university-named-least-attractive-campusI wonder if the list was confined to evaluating the top 50 nationally-ranked universities. If so, the ranking is not wholly unfair. But if encompassing all college campuses, the ranking is absolute joke. I mean, even within Northeast Ohio, how can you say Case's campus is less attractive than CSU (a brutalist masterpiece) or U Akron (a whole big mess). While the South Side of campus is not great, the North Side is fairly attractive, especially with CMA, Severance Hall, Allen Memorial, Glidden House, Temple Tiffereth and other highly attractive buildings all integrated into the campus.
CWRU on the up and up: More than 18,000 students have applied for admission to Case Western Reserve’s Class of 2017—a figure that represents growth of 25 percent over 2012, and 150 percent over those who applied five years ago.
CWRU on the up and up: More than 18,000 students have applied for admission to Case Western Reserve’s Class of 2017—a figure that represents growth of 25 percent over 2012, and 150 percent over those who applied five years ago.http://cwru-daily.com/news/undergraduate-applications-top-18000-for-the-class-of-2017/
OK OK, I was one of them...
Im guessing the announcement for CIA's addition is probably coming soon.