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Engineering in Cleveland

Why Cleveland? Because Cleveland rocks. See why Cleveland is the premiere place for engineering:



Because there’s no better place to collaborate with so many leaders of industry and health care. From NASA Glenn Research Center and Parker Hannifin to Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals Case Medical Center, our faculty and students work and mingle with some of the brightest minds in the corporate and private sectors. (Learn more about our corporate partnerships.)
 
Because Cleveland brings you all the amenities of modern urban living—major league sports, performing arts, museums, shops, restaurants, public transportation, night life—without an exorbitant price tag. Learn more about why Forbes.com named Cleveland one of the nation’s most affordable cities, as well as one of the top destinations for 2015

Because Cleveland is all about innovation and entrepreneurship. Opening in the 50,000-square-foot Richey-Mixon Building in the fall 2015, Case Western Reserve's think[box] will be one of the world's largest university-based invention centers. Included in the ecosystem of innovation is Blackstone LaunchPad, a campus resource that gives students all the business advice they need to turn their product ideas into startup companies. Plus regional resources like JumpStart, Nortech and . In fact, Make magazine named Cleveland "The New Maker City." And Popular Mechanics, as part of its Startup City Project, named Cleveland one of the best startup cities and an "innovation hub":

 
Because it’s only getting better. Next to tried-and-true classics like Little Italy and Coventry, our campus is also in the heart of Cleveland’s newest and fastest-growing area, Uptown—brimming with retail, dining and entertainment options, including the Museum of Contemporary Art. See why so many people are buzzing about why Cleveland is at the heart of a Rust Belt reboot.
 
Because Case Western Reserve’s neighborhood, University Circle, is home to not only some of the world’s leading health care institutions, but also serves as the cultural epicenter of the city. Here, you’ll find Cleveland’s symphony orchestra, art museum, museum of natural history, planetarium and botanical garden, as well as a number of eclectic and diverse eateries. In fact, Forbes.com named University Circle one of “America’s Prettiest Neighborhoods.”