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BW explores artificial intelligence as the 'next frontier for business'

Experts on the swift and disruptive advances in artificial intelligence are kicking off BW’s “Voices of Discovery” series.

BW grad and Savour Hospitality owner shares recipe for success

Malisse Sinito ‘88 is a 2023 Crain’s Woman of Note, BW trustee and owner of some of Cleveland’s notable fine dining experiences.

BW earns stellar 2024 US News rankings, marking three decades among the best

The University is now #6 on the Best Midwest Regional Colleges list and earned other accolades, including #1 for Veterans.

BW alumni investment club builds wealth, backs Black-owned businesses

The group of millennial grads has formed a circle of support as they navigate smart stock market investing together and offer advice to others.

It’s game on as these Yellow Jackets excel in academics, athletics

Holding high the Brown & Gold banner of being champions for success, BW student-athletes are fierce competitors and exceptional scholars.

BW unlocks potential in first-generation college students

Dr. Timeka Rashid, BW’s vice president for student affairs, explains why support for first-generation college students is beneficial to all.

Increased camps and programs keep BW campus busy in summer months

A whole lot of learning and development was happening at BW over the summer, with much of it disguised as pure fun.

BW graduate named Cleveland Clinic’s first Chief Community Officer

The position is brand new for the world-renowned, global health system and is another step in Vickie Eaton Johnson ‘89 living out her purpose.

Former BW Yellow Jacket Anthony Kendall ’22 earns spot on NFL Titans roster

Reports out of Titans training camp say the former BW Yellow Jacket football star impressed the head coach during preseason play.

BW mathematics faculty in the spotlight for creative teaching approach

Students tested game-winning strategies and learned math along the way.

BW announces launch of Northeast Ohio drone safety platform

The digital data-sharing system aims to enhance uncrewed aerial flight safety and drive economic growth by positioning Northeast Ohio as a leader...

Retired Ernst & Young managing partner named BW Board Chair

Lee Thomas ’76 brings broad experience to the trustees’ leadership role.

BW welcomes 2023 incoming class

Smiles and selfies were as abundant as Brown and Gold at BW's Week of Welcome, where 730 new students joined our campus community.

BW awards recognize professors for excellence

Six faculty members have been awarded top honors for their achievements.

BW nursing student earns Cleveland Magazine 2023 'Faces of Care' award

Anya Wu ’23 is among the "next generation” of nurses recognized in the 13th annual awards.

BW earns national recognition for exceptional transfer student support

The Phi Theta Kappa honor places BW among the most transfer-friendly colleges in the nation.

It’s twin time as BW incoming class prepares for move-in

In a few weeks, eight sets of multiples will join our YJ4L family as first-year students.

Baldwin Wallace University celebrates the power of community partnerships

Ohio U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown addresses organizational leaders at BW’s annual partnership breakfast.

BW primary care pre-med program marks 10 years of success

From med school students to residents, BW Primary Healthcare Advancement Program grads offer top talent to the medical community.

BW students, alumni thrive at 2023 top healthcare workplaces

Deep BW connections to a pair of “mega-employers” highlight the big benefits of NE Ohio business partnerships for BW students.

BW criminal justice grad named Cuyahoga County Sheriff

Harold Pretel ’03 was appointed by the county executive, confirmed by the county council and sworn into office earlier this month.

The Hollywood Reporter names BW a “Top 25 Drama School in the World”

BW's "strong undergrad music theater program" catapulted the University onto this year's list of the best schools for aspiring...

BW Student Voices: Exploring the elusive meaning of happiness

Nicole Schwartz '23 is a psychology major and neuroscience minor who explored the meaning of happiness in her last semester.

To meet workforce demand, BW leads Ohio initiative to increase computing grads

BW and partner schools earned a $2 million National Science Foundation grant to fund the project, which supports underrepresented students.

BW faculty, students travel to Guatemala to bring tech to medical records system

Humanity and healthcare were at the heart of a four-year project that provided custom-designed software to a clinic that assists rural Mayans.