Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

Introduction

Mission

The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University provides leadership in innovative research, education, and practice to promote health and reduce the burden of disease. Dedicated to interdisciplinary scholarship, we are committed to the pursuit of excellence in service to local and global communities.

Vision

Our vision is to create and nurture a learning environment that builds on our tradition of scientific inquiry and commitment to the highest standards of excellence in research, education, and practice in the world community, and to continue our rich history of innovation and global contributions.

At the Forefront of Nursing Innovation and Leadership

The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University has earned a reputation as an innovator in nursing education, research and leadership.

Taking an experimental approach to education was one of the key conditions of Congresswoman Frances Payne Bolton's 1923 gift of $500,000 to endow the school—the largest ever at the time for a university school of nursing. Bolton said that even though there might be no assurance that a particular effort would succeed, the school should be "free at all times in the future to engage in other experiments, to cooperate with hospitals in these efforts."

This spirit of innovative collaboration has remained one of the hallmarks of Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.

Now, under the leadership of Dean Mary E. Kerr, the School of Nursing is positioning itself to enhance its impact on nursing education, research and interdisciplinary scholarship and practice around the world.

Changing lives through leadership, research and education The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing (FPB) at Case Western Reserve University is a globally recognized leader in nursing education and research.

Home to many firsts

FPB is home to the nation's first:

  • practice doctorate in nursing
  • acute care nurse practitioner program
  • advanced practice flight nursing program
  • gerontological nursing program
  • BSN perioperative requirement
  • BSN with informatics in all four years

Leading research

Collaboration among faculty, students, clinical agencies and communities supports innovative, outcome-based research and the advancement of knowledge. Areas of research and training include Symptom Science, Family/Community Care, Aging Across the Lifespan, Self-Management of Health and Illness and Neuroscience.

Location, location, location

Case Western Reserve is located in University Circle, a 550-acre cultural and scientific mecca on the eastern edge of Cleveland, Ohio. Our students have ready access to premier health care organizations, including:

  • University Hospitals Case Medical Center: Among the nation's leading academic hospitals, forming the largest biomedical research center in Ohio and one of the top 20 in the country
  • Cleveland Clinic: The second largest medical group practice in the world and the largest hospital in Ohio; one of 10 U.S. hospitals designated "The Best of the Best" by U.S. News & World Report
  • Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center: Recognized for more programs of clinical excellence than any other VA medical center in the United States
  • MetroHealth Medical Center: A regional referral hospital that is one of only 19 Level 1 trauma centers with a burn unit and a rehabilitation facility specializing in spinal cord injuries

Vast clinical experience for BSN students

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students begin their clinicals their third week on campus and clock nearly double the national average of clinical hours during their time at the School of Nursing.

Innovative academic programs

Whether you are an undergraduate with an interest in health care, a seasoned nursing professional ready for advancement, or someone looking to transition to a new career, FPB has an academic program to help you fulfill your educational and professional goals.

  • BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
  • Graduate Entry Nursing (Master of Nursing - MN)
  • MSN (Master of Science in Nursing)
  • Post-master’s Certificates
  • DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice)
  • PhD (Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing)
  • Continuing Education
  • Diverse community of scholars

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing and Case Western Reserve University believe in a culture of inclusion that encourages relationships and interactions among people of different backgrounds, enhances human dignity, actively diminishes prejudice and discrimination, and improves the quality of life for everyone in our community. Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply for admission, and visiting scholars and faculty from around the globe are perennial constituents of our environment.

Global health

We are home to the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Research and Clinical Training in Home Care Nursing and offer our students a number of opportunities to study or conduct clinical or service projects abroad.

Service learning

Our students take part in a number of required civic engagement projects, not only to expand their worldviews and skill sets, but also to provide accessible health care and critical health education to children and families in Cleveland, across the country and around the world.

Quality and safety

FPB is a leader and innovator in preparing future nurses with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to continuously improve the quality and safety of health care systems.

Centers of excellence

FPB's Centers of Excellence offer a wealth of services and experiences, serving students, scholars, the health care industry and the community at large.

  • Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Center
  • Sarah Cole Hirsh Institute for Best Nursing Practices Based on Evidence
  • University Center on Aging and Health
  • Self-Management Advancement through Research and Translation (SMART) Center*
  • Full Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Research (FIND) Lab*
  • QSEN Institute
  • Dorothy Ebersbach Academic Center for Flight Nursing
  • Funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research/National Institutes of Health

Faculty fellows

Many of our faculty members are fellows of the American Academy of Nursing. Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is also proud to have 15 endowed professorships (and counting)—more than any other nursing school in the country.

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Master

Graduate Entry (MN)

Campus Full time 20 months September 2017 USA Cleveland

The Graduate Entry Nursing Program is for students who are ready for a career in nursing and to receive a Master of Nursing degree. This graduate degree prepares students for practice as an advanced generalist registered nurse and to lead interprofessional, evidence-based initiatives. [+]

A New Career in Nursing The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing's Graduate Entry Nursing Program is your gateway to the exciting, challenging, and fulfilling field of nursing. The Graduate Entry Nursing Program is for students who are ready for a career in nursing and to receive a Master of Nursing degree. This graduate degree prepares students for practice as an advanced generalist registered nurse and to lead interprofessional, evidence-based initiatives. The Master of Nursing degree also allows you to pursue an MSN, DNP, PhD, or DNP/PhD degree. Graduate Entry Nursing Program Highlights The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing has offered post-baccalaureate, graduate entry nursing education since 1979 MN students have over 1,000 hours of clinical experiences Our students earn up to 15 credits toward most MSN majors Student have the opportunity to volunteer in the CWRU Student Run Free Clinic to receive interprofessional learning experiences Our students routinely pass above the national average on the NCLEX, the RN licensure exam Teaching and learning strategies are geared to the unique learning needs of individuals entering nursing at the graduate level As part of Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is both a research-intensive environment and a leader in clinical education MN students fulfill their clinical hours at prominent health care organizations and world-class hospitals, including University Hospitals Case Medical Center, the Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth Medical Center and the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. Admission Overview Application information is available on our Graduate Entry Applications Instructions page. Classes for the Master of Nursing Program (pre- RN licensure) begin in the fall semester only. We do rolling admissions during the academic year (September through May). Applications are reviewed when they are complete (see below). April 1 is the deadline to submit the complete application to be reviewed for enrollment in the following Fall semester – i.e. April 1, 2016 for enrollment in Fall 2016 semester. A complete application includes all items on the checklist for applications; that is, the application form and all required supporting documents. Admission Requirements Option 1: Baccalaureate-Prepared Students BA, BS or BFA with acceptable overall undergraduate GPAs (3.0 cumulative; 2.75 natural science; 2.75 behavioral sciences). A grade of C (2.0) or higher is required for individual pre-requisite courses. English Composition: One course or approved equivalent; at least 3 credits Psychology, Sociology, or Anthropology- one course, at least 3 credits Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan: One course; at least 3 credits Chemistry: Two courses; lab preferred. One course in general or inorganic chemistry, plus one course in organic chemistry or biochemistry comparable to Case Western Reserve's CHEM 119 and 121 within 5 years prior to enrollment. At least 6 credits total. Human Anatomy and Physiology: With labs, at least 6 credits within 5 years prior to enrollment. Microbiology: One course, at least 4 credits, with lab within 5 years prior to enrollment. Nutrition, one course, 3 credits Statistics: One course, at least 3 credits, equivalent to Case Western Reserve’s STAT 201 (must include ANOVA) required within 5 years prior to enrollment in the program Admission Test: Submit scores for one of the following tests: GRE General Test (preferred test): Satisfactory scores required (minimum of: Verbal 150, Quantitative 150, and Analytical Writing 4.0 in the new scoring system or Verbal 500, Quantitative 500, and Analytical Writing 4.0 or Analytical 500 in old scoring system. Miller Analogies Test (MAT): Satisfactory scores required (minimum of 400 after 10/04 or 45 before 10/04). The Admissions Committee will review MCAT scores. Please contact the Office of Enrollment regarding submitting MCAT scores. Applicants holding an overall undergraduate GPA of 3.4 or higher may contact the Admission Office or Program Director to request waiver of the admission test requirement. International Applicants: Contact the Office of Enrollment for additional requirements Option 2: Senior Year Students in Professional Studies (SYPS) Students currently enrolled in a four-year baccalaureate program at a participating accredited liberal arts college may apply to the Graduate Entry Nursing Program during their junior year. SYPS applicants must meet all admission requirements listed above. The student enrolls in the Graduate Entry Nursing Program during what would be his/her senior year at the home college. The student earns a BA or BS from the liberal arts college upon successful completion of one year of the pre-licensure level (Senior Year in Professional Studies) and then proceeds in the Graduate Entry Nursing program to earn the MN, MSN and DNP degrees. Students whose undergraduate institution does not have an agreement with the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing may arrange a SYPS on an individual basis. Information about arranging this program is available from the Office of Enrollment. Students earn a BA or BS from the participating college or university upon successful completion of the first year of the Graduate Entry program. Students at Case Western Reserve University apply through the undergraduate dean of their respective schools at the beginning of their junior year. For the university to award a BS or BA degree at the end of the successful completion of the first year of the DNP program, the following requirements must be met: Completion of the Case Western Reserve University Core Curriculum and two semesters of physical education, unless excused from the latter. Completion of three quarters of the major and minor concentration requirements Completion of at least 90 semester hours of academic credit, with the final 60 hours being while in residence on campus with no more than 6 semester hours earned in courses taken in another institution, either by cross-registration or by approved transfer of credit Option 3: Recipients of the Certificate of Professional Nursing From FPB Recipients of the Certificate of Professional Nursing from FPB may apply to earn the Master of Nursing (MN) degree. Learn more from the policy, procedure, and application form. Option 4: Advanced Standing in the MN Phase of the Graduate Entry Nursing Program Admitted applicants, currently enrolled as graduate level students in the pre-licensure phase of a graduate/direct entry masters nursing program, may apply for advanced standing in the MN phase of the Graduate Entry Nursing Program. Please contact the Graduate Entry Nursing Program Director for more information on advanced standing. Student Learning Outcomes Quality Improvement Leads interprofessional, culturally-sensitive, and evidence-based initiatives within organizations and systems to continuously improve the safety and quality of healthcare. Research and Scholarship Initiates use of theory and research to identify clinical problems or solutions, participates in scientific inquiry, and translates scholarship into practice Nature of Practice Assumes the direct and indirect roles and functions of advanced nursing practice to promote health, prevent illness, and improve the health of patients and populations. Leadership Promotes implementation of the full scope of nursing practice and assumes leadership positions in employer, professional, or community organizations at the local/state/national level. Ethics Incorporates ethical principles in complex situations of advanced nursing practice and clinical inquiry. Collaboration Collaborates with other health care professionals to initiate intra- and/or interprofessional teams to enhance practice and patient/population health outcomes. Communication Integrates information, technology, and practice guidelines to promote effective communication among patients and colleagues within health care systems. Advocacy and Policy Development Advocates for the development of health and social policy to improve health and practice by community engagement and participating in employer and professional organizations. [-]

PhD

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Campus Full time 3 - 5  September 2017 USA Cleveland

The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing created the first practice doctorate in nursing in 1979 to allow nurses to build upon their clinical expertise and expand their education in doctoral-­level leadership and research. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is now recognized by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing as the highest level of preparation for clinical nursing. [+]

The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing created the first practice doctorate in nursing in 1979 to allow nurses to build upon their clinical expertise and expand their education in doctoral-­level leadership and research. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is now recognized by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing as the highest level of preparation for clinical nursing. DNP graduates apply their education and expertise in leadership roles on the front lines of nursing, in clinical practice, administration, teaching and research, and health policy design and development. At Case Western Reserve University's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, students have a unique opportunity to network with colleagues from around the country as they share ideas and experiences. Program Highlights As the innovator of the original doctorate in nursing practice, Case Western Reserve's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is the foremost leader in DNP education Our DNP program is flexible in meeting the needs of distance education students, with an innovative executive format and cohort program that has partnerships with several academic institutions and hospitals around the country Intensive course format allows DNP students to work full-time while they go to school. DNP students also choose one of two elective sequences that expand the focus of their leadership: practice leadership and educational leadership Requirements Registered nurses (RNs) who hold a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree are admitted directly into the DNP program upon satisfactory fulfillment of the following requirements. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master's degree in nursing An interview with the faculty by phone or in person to discuss career goals A completed application that includes the following: Statement about practice/research issues of interest (for your scholarly project) Three recommendations Resume or CV Official transcripts Advanced practice nursing certification or eligibility for the certification is required for the Practice Leadership Elective. Designed With You In Mind The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing offers the post-master's DNP program in an executive format, through intensive classes held on campus during three sessions (January, May and August) or off site in partnership with other institutions. Online courses are also available. Cohorts have been launched in partnership with several academic institutions and hospitals, including in California, Arizona, Florida, Hawaii, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Virginia. The post-master's DNP students represent nearly every state in the country, and about 40 percent of them participate in a cohort in their home cities. Four courses may be taught at the cohort site, depending on state requirements, and the remainder are provided in intensive sessions on the Case Western Reserve University campus. Academic Performance Progression in the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program is contingent upon satisfactory academic achievement in all required courses. Doctor of Nursing Practice students must achieve a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above in all courses taken for credit as a DNP student at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing to be awarded the DNP degree. All DNP students must successfully defend their scholarly project. The grade of incomplete (I) will be given at the discretion of the instructor for work not completed in the semester. A grade of I must be removed by the end of the semester following the one in which the course was taken or before the student enrolls in a course for which the initial course is a prerequisite. No credit is given for an I grade. The I will remain a permanent part of the transcript if the student fails to complete course requirements within the next semester. Scholarly Project The DNP program culminates in successful completion of a scholarly project. The scholarly project is designed by the student in collaboration with a three-member committee approved by the Program Director. The scholarly project must focus on an issue related to improving patient outcomes. The scholarly project can take the form of a thesis or a manuscript suitable for publication. The procedures and written product must conform to the regulations of the FPB School of Nursing. Students must successfully defend their completed scholarly project in an oral examination& with their committee members who are responsible for certifying that it meets acceptable scholarly standards. The defense is open to faculty and students; the chair determines whether the defense is open to those outside of the University. The committee determines the adequacy of the oral examination and written product. A student will pass if two or more of the committee members agree that the student successfully responded to questions during the defense and the written product met scholarly standards. Completion of Program Post-master's Doctor of Nursing Practice program (PMDNP) students will have five years to complete the program. Coursework should be completed in three years and the project should be completed in two years following proposal defense. This time frame can be extended by an approved Leave of Absence that should be renewed each semester (Fall & Spring). In unusual circumstances the Program Director can be petitioned. If a student does not register for courses without an approved LOA for two years (Fall & Spring), it will be necessary for the student to apply to be reinstated in the program. The student should submit an application form, essays and one recent recommendation. The essays should address how the student plans to be successful in completing the program. The student should contact the advisor to determine if the advisor agrees with the plan and the advisor and Program Director will make the decision about the need to repeat coursework. Incomplete grades should be resolved by the end of the semester following the incomplete grade. After one year (Fall and Spring semesters), the student will be required to repeat the class. [-]

PhD in Nursing

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Cleveland

At Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, nurse scientists have changed the handling of newborns at birth with Kangaroo Care. They have bolstered the use of nurse managers and monitored the health of caregiving grandmothers. They were the first to create internet dialogues between patients on internet and the first teach patients to talk to doctors with electronic avatars. [+]

Excellence in Nursing Science and Education While nurses improve the lives of individual patients and their families as part of the health care system, nurse scientists impact entire patient populations. They redefine practices and policies across health care systems and educate the next generation of nurse leaders. At Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, nurse scientists have changed the handling of newborns at birth with Kangaroo Care. They have bolstered the use of nurse managers and monitored the health of caregiving grandmothers. They were the first to create internet dialogues between patients on internet and the first teach patients to talk to doctors with electronic avatars. The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University, as a recognized leader in education in nursing, is committed to innovation through research. You will learn from the nation’s top nurse scientists. You will also work with these outstanding faculty to conduct interdisciplinary research and scholarship in one of the following focus areas: Symptom Science Family/Community Care Aging Across the Lifespan Self­Management of Health and Illness Neuroscience During the admissions process, the School of Nursing works in collaboration with the School of Graduate Studies, which awards all PhD degrees at Case Western Reserve. Program Highlights Five different entry points and scheduling options: traditional format, fast­track option, dual doctoral program, advanced standing for DNP graduates, and the dual­-degree MSN/PhD program. Outstanding clinical and research affiliations with the nation’s best hospitals: University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, and MetroHealth Medical Center Opportunities to collaborate with the school’s Centers of Excellence Education courses available to prepare PhD graduates to teach and mentor the next generation of nurse scientists Traditional PhD Entry Option If you have already earned the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, you can enter the PhD program directly and complete the PhD core coursework during the fall and spring semesters. A minimum of 3 credits of proposal development is required; however, students may need more time to complete their candidacy exam and proposal development and may therefore need to take more credits of proposal development. Concurrent enrollment in proposal development credits and dissertation credits is not permitted. Full-time status is defined as 9 credits per semester ONLY while students are enrolled in their coursework prior to proposal development. However, enrollment in even a single credit of NURS 671 (proposal development) or NURS 701 (dissertation) constitutes full time study. Total required credit hours for the nursing PhD (post MSN) = 57 credits Fast Track Option This post-baccalaureate option is designed to allow nurses with a BSN, MN or MSN generalist degree to pursue a PhD degree. Candidates are educated as nurse scientists and will be prepared for careers in research and academia. Before starting the PhD core requirements, candidates must complete transition courses to gain clinical knowledge and be able to develop a research focus pertinent to nursing in the Context of Care (see below). There are four possibilities for meeting the requirement of the two transition courses (i.e., clinical research problems and context of care). Option #1 – Take the two transition courses (i.e., clinical research problems and context of care) Option #2 – Replace both of these courses with 6 credits of MSN level courses tailored to meet individual student needs relating to their future research. Option #3 – Take one transition course (either clinical research problems or context of care) and one MSN level course (combination). Option #4 – Waive one or both transition courses by submission of petition for waiver that details you have met course objectives for the transition courses through your clinical / research experience beyond your degree. This option is particularly relevant for applicants who are not new RNs and who have years of relevant experience. Additional details: A minimum of 3 credits of proposal development is required; however, students may need more time to complete their candidacy exam and proposal development and may therefore need to take more credits of proposal development. Concurrent enrollment in proposal development credits and dissertation credits is not permitted. Full-time status is defined as 9 credits per semester ONLY while students are enrolled in their coursework prior to proposal development. However, enrollment in even a single credit of NURS 671 (proposal development) or NURS 701 (dissertation) constitutes full time study. Total required credit hours for the nursing PhD (post-BSN or equivalent) = 63 credits Dual Doctoral Program If you're interested in a research doctorate (PhD) combined with a clinical doctorate (DNP), this post-MSN program is for you. The dual doctoral program integrates coursework to prepare you for a career as a clinical researcher, faculty member, or healthcare administrator and can be completed in five years. Dual Degree MSN/PhD Program If you have a BSN or equivalent degree and would like to pursue an MSN degree in a specialized area on the way to a PhD in nursing, you can achieve that goal through our combined MSN/PhD program. With up to 8 credits of overlapping courses between the programs (depending on the MSN major), your path to the PhD can be shortened as you meet your goal of a master's degree in a specialty of your choice. PhD Admission Requirements Application requirements are: The applicant must be a registered nurse (or international equivalent) and have a bachelor's degree in nursing (or equivalent) or a master's degree in nursing. Three recommendations describing professional nursing competence, success in the PhD program, and potential for making a significant contribution to nursing. Two of these recommendations should be from PhD-prepared individuals, preferably in nursing. Two- to three-page statement of academic and career objectives and how the applicant’s research interest is consistent with the research expertise of the faculty. Written responses to questions contained in the application packet. Interview with two faculty members. This can be done by phone. Official TOEFL score All international applicants must submit a TOEFL score or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score. A TOEFL score of 577 or above is required for the paper-based test; a score of 90 or above is required for the internet-based test. A minimum acceptable score of 7.0 is required for IELTS. [-]

MSc

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Cleveland

MSN-­prepared nurses deliver evidence­-based care through a variety of specialties. They are in high demand as nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and nurse anesthetists. [+]

Nursing Across the Lifespan MSN-­prepared nurses deliver evidence­-based care through a variety of specialties. They are in high demand as nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and nurse anesthetists. MSN majors + specialties Adult-­Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Adult-­Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Education with Population Focus Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Family Systems Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) Nurse Anesthesia Nurse Midwifery Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Acute Care Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) Program Highlights MSN students can blend majors or pursue joint master's degree opportunities with other schools at Case Western Reserve University. Post-­master's certificates are available for all majors and can be customized for your education. Many courses are offered as intensive or web­-based classes. Several different entry options to the MSN program are available. The program is affiliated with some of the most prestigious healthcare institutions in the country. A Palliative Care specialty can be added to any MSN major. A Flight Nursing specialty can be added to Acute Care majors. Admission Requirements for BSN Graduates Three professional recommendations RN licensure in Ohio Satisfactory scores on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Applicants holding an overall undergraduate GPA of 3.4 or higher may request a waiver of the admission test requirement Completion of an accredited first professional degree program in nursing. Some majors and sub-specialties such as ACNP, AGACNP, PNPACNP, NNP, Flight and Anesthesia require specific work experience. Nurse Midwifery and Anesthesia require interviews. Our admissions advisors can provide you with specific information. A college or university statistics course equivalent to STAT 201 that includes ANOVA must be completed within 5 years of admission or prior to registering for NURS 425. Applicants who do not meet the above requirements may be referred to the MSN Admissions Committee for special consideration and may be required to fulfill additional prerequisites. Advanced Certifications Advanced Certifications are required for some MSN majors. It is expected that these advanced certifications will be obtained outside of course and clinical hours and at the student’s expense. Examples of Advanced Certifications include: ACLS for adult gerontology acute care nurse practitioner PALS for pediatric acute care nurse practitioner NRP for neonatal nurse practitioner and midwifery CCRN for anesthesia This list is not exhaustive, and requirements can change. Contact the program director for your major for the most current list of required advanced certifications. [-]

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Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

Address 2120 Cornell Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106 United States
Website https://nursing.case.edu/
Phone +1 216.368.4700