In contrast to the SAGES First and University Seminars, which are organized through the central SAGES office, the SAGES Capstone Program runs under the auspices of each College/School, which offers an undergraduate degree.Individual academic departments have a large degree of autonomy in deciding the nature of the capstone experience, which best serves the interests of their majors. For this reason, we suggest that you address questions concerning particular Capstone Courses or degree programs to one of the following:
•Academic Representative of the department (review list in the Handbook for Undergraduate Students) and
Academic Representatives and Contacts for First Students/Advisors 2011-2012.pdf.
•Capstone Course Instructor (identified via the Registrar's Searchable Schedule of Classes).
DISCLAIMER: Individual responsibilities change periodically and these changes are NOT routinely reported to the keeper of these web pages, so the information posted below may be out of date.
College of Arts and Sciences
Geology Prof. Peter Whiting
School of Medicine / College of Arts & Sciences
Biochemistry Prof. David Samols
Nutrition Prof. Hope Barkoukis
Nutrition Prof. James Swain
CWRU School of Engineering
Contact the Academic Representative of the department(s) within the CWRU School of Engineering in which you are majoring. Engineering-Undesignated majors should contact Prof. Patrick Crago.
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Weatherhead School of Management
Case Western Reserve University
General questions about the Capstone Program may be directed to Prof. Gary Chottiner, who serves as the Capstone Coordinator for the University. Note, however, that formal authority over the SAGES Capstone Program resides not with Prof. Chottiner, but with the individuals listed above.