Parents: Spots still open for Shipwreck Camp 2016

Camp positions still are available for the Leonard Gelfand STEM Center’s Shipwreck Camp 2016, which is open to local children ages 12-15. The camp, held weekdays July 11-22 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., will

Learn how to cook healthy meals with seasonal ingredients at demonstration May 24

Join 121 Fitness to learn how to create a healthy dish with fresh, seasonal ingredients from a Bon Appetit Management Co. chef. A cooking demonstration will be held Tuesday, May 24, from noon to 1

Financials and Financials Reporting to use familiar login screen starting May 26, other applications to follow

Systems to be unavailable 10 p.m. May 25 to 2 a.m. May 26 Case Western Reserve University is gradually replacing the login screens for Human Capital Management, PeopleSoft Financials, Enterprise Performance Management (and the Student

Attend training sessions on HCM eRecruit upgrade

Case Western Reserve University has recently upgraded the Human Capital Management (HCM) enterprise human resources system to version 9.2. As part of the upgrade, there have been changes to the eRecruit functions in HCM. Human

Join National Bike to Work Day festivities around Cleveland May 20

National Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 20, and CWRU community members will have a number of ways to get involved in the celebration. Ride to one of many “Energizer Stations” for some

Parents: Take note of National Youth Sports Program registration dates

Case Western Reserve University parents and guardians of children ages 10 to 16 can register early for the 2016 National Youth Sports Program (NYSP), a five-week summer camp that combines sports activities, educational enrichment,

Break unhealthy food behaviors this summer with free online program

Those who have powerful food cravings and struggle to control eating habits should consider enrolling in LivingLean, an online weight loss and nutrition program. The free program is open to CWRU faculty and staff

Attend next IT Centralization Brown Bag Lunch May 19

As the effort to centralize IT at Case Western Reserve University continues, information technology professionals from across campus, as well as all other interested members of the university community, are invited to attend the

Learn how to be more mindful with summer wellness course

Due to popular demand, the Wellness Program has added a second mindfulness class to the summer lineup. “Our first class filled in under two hours,” Wellness Coordinator Mary Ann Dobbins said. “So we are thrilled

Wellness attestation forms now available in HCM

Faculty and staff Wellness Participants who have completed classes in stress management, physical activity, nutrition or tobacco cessation at some point this year may now attest to program completion for 2016. Participants can receive