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ander Lamis, associate professor of political science. Gray’s expenses were covered by an Experiential Learning Fellowship, offered to Case students in the arts, humanities and social sciences. He graduates this December.

Supporting WISER

The Governing Board of The Friedman-Klarreich Family Foundation recently presented a gift to WISER (Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable) as an expression of the Foundation’s commitment to promoting education and economic equity for women. The funds are designated for WISER activities which prepare students for careers in corporate life. Presenting the check to Heather Morrison, third from left, associate professor of astronomy and co-founder of WISER, is Sue Klarreich, second from right. Klarreich, who earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in education from Case’s School of Graduate Studies, is administrator of the Foundation, which she and her four daughters established in 1992. Three of Sue’s daughters were able to be in Cleveland for the presentation—from left to right: Kathie Klarreich, Karin Klarreich, and Betsy Kohn. Beth Klarreich Corwin was unable to attend the ceremony.