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  • 1. HOLLINGSWORTH, HOLLYSubject: FW: CWRU Corporate Update Issue 12 From: CWRU Office of Corporate Relations [mailto:corporaterelations@case.edu] Sent: Monday, November 19, 2012 12:00 PM To: kmo30@case.edu Subject: CWRU Corporate Update Issue 12 CORPORATE UPDATE, ISSUE 12 In this issue: From the executive director | CWRU adds $1B to regions economy AT&T supports Upward Bound program| MORE Center | Join the Alumni Career Network From the Executive Director Our talent pipeline is growing! This fall, Case Western Reserve welcomed the largest freshman class in our history. The class admitted this year represents the single largest, most diverse, and most academically qualified in the institution’s history. It includes 74 valedictorians, 42 salutatorians and 65 National Merit Finalists. Case Western Reserve also moved up to 37th in the nation, as rated by the U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 edition, due in part to the increase in freshman applications. I invite you to read more about recent news from Case Western Reserve. As always, I welcome your comments at corporaterelations@case.edu. All my best, Anne M. Borchert Senior Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Strategic Projects Return to top. M A R K E T I N G A N D V I S I B I L I T Y 1
  • 2. Each year, CWRU adds $1B to the regionseconomyDid you know that Case Western Reserve brings in anaverage of $400M in research revenues annually?Did you know that Case Western Reserve claims 15Nobel Laureates among its faculty and alumni?Did you know that CWRU’s students, faculty and staffperform more than 400,000 hours of communityservice annually?Learn more about Case Western Reserve’s economicimpact. Return to topP H I L A N T H R O P I C I N V E S T M E N TAT&T Supports Upward Bound Program AT&T Ohio President, Tom Pelto, talks with Upward Bound studentsAT&T Inc. announced a $200,000 contribution to support the Upward Bound Program at Case Western Reserve University. TheUpward Bound program was established in 1966 and is designed to prepare low-income and potential first-generation college highschool students for successful postsecondary studies.The Upward Bound program has been named one of 47 recipients nationwide that will share in nearly $10 million from AT&T. Withmore than 1 million students impacted since its launch in 2008, the AT&T Aspire program is one of the largest corporatecommitments focused on helping more students graduate from high school ready for college and careers. 2
  • 3. Read more here about this exciting partnership. Return to top.R E S E A R C H C O L L A B O R A T I O NMaterials for Opto-Electronics Research andEducation (MORE) Center Students working in the glovebox at the MORE CenterThe Materials for Opto/Electronics Research and Education (MORE) Center advances science and innovationwith facilities enabling the fabrication and characterization of materials and devices for solar energy andemerging electronic and optoelectronic technologies.Academic and industrial researchers can access the center by hourly or subscription-based fees. Servicesavailable for industrial users include thin film deposition and advanced optical characterization capabilitiesincluding photovoltaic cell characterization. For more information on specific equipment in the MORECenter, visit their website or contact Ina Martin, Director of Operations for the MORE Center. Return to top.H U M A N C A P I T A LJoin the Alumni Career Network 3
  • 4. Alumni from P&G talking with students at the career fairAlumni Career NetworkThe Career Center, in partnership with the The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University, hascreated an exclusive peer-to-peer networking system that allows students and alumni to connect and gaincareer insights and advice.If you are...• interested in becoming a resource for current students and alumni• seeking career advice from someone in your current or desired industry or job function• searching for an alumnus/a in another city• looking for an alumnus/a in a particular alumni chapter, affinity group, or select student club ororganization at the Universitythen the Alumni Career Network is for you! For more information, visit the Alumni Career Network website.Shadowing OpportunityHost a first or second year student for 1 to 5 days the week of March 11-15th, 2013.Students are looking for shadowing throughout the country in all fields. Let our students see what a typicalday looks like in the field he or she is considering.For more information on the Alumni Career Network or Shadowing Opportunity, contact Laura Papcum,Assistant Director for Alumni Career Services. Return to top. Visit Case Western Reserves corporate relations web site Read about the latest research news and collaboration successes, and find out how you can imagine and influence the future with Case Western Reserve. Visit case.edu/corporate Be sure to add corporaterelations@case.edu to your address book to make sure these messages make it to your inbox. 4
  • 5. C ase Western Reserv e Univ ersity Case Western Reserve University The Alumni Association 11310 Juniper Rd. The Alumni House Cleveland, OH 44106-7155If you wish to be removed from this groups mailing list, click here 5