Ethics Table Fellowship to conclude with screening of ”Crash”

movie projector

As a final project for the Ethics Table Fellowship, there will be a screening of the 2005 Academy Award Best Picture winner Crash, directed by Paul Haggis. After the screening, there will be a

Support Operation Smile at inaugural benefit run

two people running in park

The campus community is invited to join Operation Smile on for its first benefit run around North Residential Village to raise money for craniofacial surgeries. The charity run will take place Saturday, April 19, at

Learn about World War I medicine at Ohio Academy of Medical History annual meeting


On Saturday, April 19, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the Ohio Academy of Medical History will hold its annual meeting at the Dittrick Medical History Center. World War I medicine will be the focus

Global Café presents top autism researchers nationally in live virtual symposium

Autism awareness ribbon

Case Western Reserve University’s International Center for Autism Research and Education (ICARE) is leading a five-hour “Global Dialogue Café” on autism on April 23. Throughout the Autism Virtual Symposium, leading researchers and clinicians from Case Western Reserve,

Church of the Covenant to hold Good Friday services

Church of the Covenant

The Church of the Covenant invites the campus community to end the Lenten season with a day of meditations and organ musical improvisation on Good Friday, April 18, starting at noon. The doors will be

Is Cleveland dying? Find out in next Public Affairs Discussion Group

John Begala

John A. Begala, executive director of the Center for Community Solutions, will lead this week’s Public Affairs Discussion, titled “Is Cleveland Dying?” The event will take place Friday, April 18, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Music conference to focus on importance of drumming

Mandy Smith CWRU

Case Western Reserve University’s Department of Music will give a nod to rock and jazz drummers during the Center for Popular Music Studies’ conference, “Drumming,” on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 5:30

Student-Run Free Clinic to host 5K run/1-mile walk this weekend

two people running in park

The Student-Run Free Clinic will hold a 5K run/1-mile walk April 19 to support the clinic’s services to underserved populations around Cleveland. The race, themed “Break Out of the Bubble,” will begin with the 1-mile

Celebration of Student Writing set for April 18

Pen and paper

The campus community is invited to the Celebration of Student Writing, a university-wide showcase of student writing projects. The Writing Program’s biannual program is held in conjunction with Research ShowCASE and the Intersections: SOURCE

Calling all women artists: Women’s center seeks original works to display in Thwing Center

Artwork on display

The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women invites all current women students, staff and faculty to display their two-dimensional artwork on the third floor of the Thwing Center. Art will be exhibited throughout the third