Case Dean's Society

Leadership giving provides the highest impact

The Case Dean’s Society was created in 1992 to honor the founding of the Case School of Engineering.  The society recognizes individual donors who make annual leadership gifts of $1,000 or more over the course of the fiscal year to the Case Fund®, the annual fund for the Case School of Engineering and natural sciences and mathematics of Case Western Reserve University .

Gifts made at the Case Dean’s Society level extend the promise of a Case education to the next generation of leaders. Thank you to the alumni and friends whose leadership gifts support current students, faculty and campus resources. 

The giving levels of the Case Dean's Society recognize the founder and early presidents of Case since the school's creation in 1880.

  • Leonard Case Society named after the founder of the Case School of Applied Science, the original name of the school, recognizes gifts of $10,000 or more in any given fiscal year.
  • Cady Staley Club named for president of the Case School of Applied Science from 1886-1902 recognizes gifts between $7,500 and $9,999.
  • Charles S. Howe Club named for president of Case School of Applied Science from 1903-1929 recognizes gifts made between $5,000 and $7,499.
  • William E. Wickenden Club named for president of Case School of Applied Science from 1929-1947 recognizes gifts between $2,500 and $4,999.
  • T. Keith Glennan Club named for president of Case Institute of Technology from 1947-1966 recognizes gifts between $1,000 and $2,499. 

 

To make a leadership annual gift to the Case Fund, contact Racheal Seibert, senior director of development, at 216-368-2044 or donate online by clicking here.