Baker-Nord Center offers National Endowment for the Humanities grant writing workshop

The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities at Case Western Reserve University will offer its popular free and public grant-writing workshop Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the Tinkham Veale University Center. Guest speaker Stefanie Walker, senior program

Faculty: Submit applications for Skin Diseases Research Center funding by Feb. 27

The Skin Diseases Research Center (SDRC) in the Department of Dermatology is accepting applications for faculty research funding, sponsored by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. SDRC sponsors innovative research in

UCITE session to cover how to deal with sexual misconduct on campus

The serious problem of sexual harassment on college campuses has exploded in the news, with reports from all over the nation about the high rates of incidence and the problematic responses by universities in dealing with complaints. This

Join four-week program to prevent, heal back pain

There are open spots in the Healthy Backs and Bodies class, a program designed to prevent and heal back pain. Developed by Tanya Weiker, orthopedic physical therapist and back health expert, the program combines

New Weight Watchers meeting added for 2015; sign up now for subsidized membership

weights, healthy food

In addition to the regular Weight Watchers meetings every Thursday from noon to 12:45 p.m. in the Thwing Center’s Cleveland Room, there also will be a weekly meeting on Wednesdays from noon to 12:45

FBI talk on international travel to be held Feb. 9

Are you a faculty or staff member who travels abroad to attend scientific or academic conferences? To meet with potential sponsors, donors, or collaborators? To teach at a foreign university or travel with students

Faculty: Submit proposals for Social Justice Course Redesign grant by March 17

The Social Justice Institute of Case Western Reserve University invites faculty members to submit proposals for a Social Justice Course Redesign grant. The grant is for faculty members who wish to redesign a course currently

Women faculty: Discuss job satisfaction at Jan. 29 luncheon

What is job satisfaction—and do you have it? Join women faculty from across campus to share thoughts on this question and others during the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women’s upcoming lunchtime talk. The discussion

Next UCITE session to cover “team teaching”

Team teaching can take many forms. In its purest form, it consists of two or more instructors being involved in every aspect of a course, enabling students to benefit from the different perspectives that scholars can bring

Upcoming workshop in implicit bias series to take place Jan. 27

The Organizational Development & Learning Unit of the Department of Human Resources will continue its brown bag series on implicit bias Tuesday, Jan. 27, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Crawford Hall, Room 209. The