Samuel C. Muslin
All of my fellow graduates of the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine should be appreciative of their training. The school, newly built during the 1970s, set the bar for what a dental education should be. Now is the time to restore it to its greatness for the next generation of dental students. They deserve to learn — as we did — in a state-of-the-art facility, and to be taught — as we were — by the best instructors in the world. The academic, technical, and problem-solving training I received at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine was nothing short of phenomenal. The foundation provided by the discipline of strategic thinking born in the school’s teaching clinics has allowed me to take dentistry to the next level in my practice for the past 30 years. Continued support of the school will foster the next generation of strategic dental innovators. It is our legacy.