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Medical engineering is a field that has been around for decades, but it’s one that continues to transform and evolve. This challenging field refers to applying engineering’s approach and innovation to the field of medicine and healthcare.

To be a medical engineer, STEM professionals need a stron...

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“Emotional intelligence is part of leadership. It's part of communication.”

So says Dr. Joe Mayer, senior lecturer in the Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering. He teaches Leadership and Interpersonal Skills, with the aim of developing leaders who motivate and inspire others...

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Why does a committed researcher volunteer to teach courses online?

Umut Gurkan has been at Case Western Reserve University since 2013 and has been involved in the online engineering master’s programs at the university since their inception.

His involvement definitely wasn’t because he needed...

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Meet Will Schrot: Maryland patent attorney, business owner and father of two, who went to law school after studying other subjects.

“I had a biology background,” he explained. “My initial focus was pre-med, and then law school, toward patent law, which allowed me to focus on biotech and biology...

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At Case Western Reserve University, we know the challenges of finding the right degree program for your career.

Engineering is a broad profession, and now thanks to technological advances, many fields and specializations have begun to overlap or have drastically changed. When it comes to weighin...

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