Review guidelines, complete applications for new college students seeking Tuition Exchange scholarships

As deadlines approach for college admission applications, Case Western Reserve University faculty and staff are reminded of the university’s partnership with the Tuition Exchange, which provides financial assistance for qualified dependents to study at

Working moms: Attend discussion on managing over-stress Oct. 16

Join the Moms Offering Moms Support group and the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women for an informative session for busy moms on how to manage over-stress. Tamsin Astor-Jack will present, “Managing Motherhood and Overwhelm”

Study spaces for faculty, graduate students available at Kelvin Smith Library

Kelvin Smith Library

Current graduate students from the College of Arts and Sciences, Case School of Engineering and Weatherhead School of Management, and faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, are eligible to apply for study

Next UCITE session to address recent security issue, countermeasures being taken

Chief Information Security Officer Tom Siu will lead the next University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE) session, “Announcing the Death of Passwords.” The session will address the recent security incident that

Celebrate the success of think[box] at Oct. 15 reception

More than 60,000 visitors from across campus and across the community have stepped into Case Western Reserve University’s think[ box ] since the innovation center first opened its doors in 2012. The space has

Benelect open enrollment period to run Nov. 3-30

The annual Benelect open enrollment period will run Nov. 3-30. Open enrollment is the time when benefits-eligible university employees make decisions regarding their benefits for the upcoming year. The selections made this November will

Learn about Writing Resource Center services at next UCITE session

At the next UCITE (University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education) session, learn how the Writing Resource Center (WRC) supports student and faculty writers from across the university. The session will take place Thursday,

Center for International Affairs offering faculty seed grant opportunities; learn more at Oct. 9 info session

Over the last three years, the Center for International Affairs has provided nearly $100,000 in faculty seed grant opportunities. These grants have funded 15 projects in 17 countries to develop and progress sustainable international

Faculty: Find out how library resources, staff can improve your teaching

There are numerous resources available to faculty at the Kelvin Smith Library, including some that specifically support teaching at the university, such as: the opportunity to bring classes to the library to learn about specific

Case for Community Day by the numbers

Young students playing soccer at CWRU

The 12th annual Case for Community Day took place this past Friday, Sept. 19. Nearly 600 students, faculty and staff members took part in a variety of volunteer activities. Of the 600 volunteers, 450 helped with