Case Western Reserve University

Case Western Reserve University, at Cleveland coeducational est. 1967 through the merger of the Case Institute of Technology (chartered 1880, opened 1881) and Western Reserve Univ. (chartered and opened 1826). Case Western Reserve is made up of a liberal arts college, a school of graduate studies, an institute of science and technology, and six professional schools: law, dentistry, medicine, nursing, management, and social work. The university has an electronics design center and an observatory.

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