For many Shaker students, summer presents an opportunity to develop their personal interests and skills.
Partner-in-charge, Cleveland office, Ulmer & Berne By Jennifer Kuhel Patricia Shlonsky modestly describes her life’s path as a series of events that have happened to her. “I sort of fall into things,” she says. Yet at her core, the partner-in-charge of the Cleveland office of Ulmer & Berne is anything but a passive bystander. Shlonsky, [...]
The three culminating events of the International Baccalaureate Programme prepare students for taking action in today’s world.
With just a few months until his departure, Shaker Schools Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. shares what he’s learned as an advocate, educator, leader, and a father.
Shaker Schools’ special education programs redefine achievement and success.
Connecting with the community – in everything from hiring new recruits to interactions with youth – is at the heart of police work in Shaker.
Brian Grimberg's low-cost, rapid detection device to diagnose malaria could save many thousands of lives in the developing world.
The president of University Hospitals Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute Costa is also UH’s Chief Innovation Officer, due to his passion for research and technology.
In the marriage that is Shaker homeownership, these Six Stages of a Shaker Home Renovation embody the notion of "for better or for worse" in spades.
Malvern resident John C. “Chip” Tilton and his colleagues are researching ways to use the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) for treating diseases.