Faculty/staff alumni invited to join Liberty Mutual for session on ID fraud

Faculty and staff members who are alumni of Case Western Reserve University are invited to join Liberty Mutual for a  lunch-and-learn session about identity fraud on Wednesday, April 1, or Thursday, April 2. Both

Faculty: Submit proposals for Freedman Fellows support by March 31

The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship at Kelvin Smith Library is accepting proposals for the 2015 Freedman Fellows Program. This program—supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, Kelvin Smith Library and the Freedman

UCITE session to examine how to use learning outcomes to improve instruction

As part of preparing for Case Western Reserve University’s accreditation review and site visit, the university and its academic departments focused on creating outcomes for courses and programs that can be used as measures of learning. However,

Women faculty: Discuss issues related to accents, language and culture in communication

Have you ever faced bias because of a “different” accent? What are some tips to get people to listen to what you have to say? What role does culture play in communication? Sarah de Swart,

Attend Faculty Authors Appreciation Reception on April 13


Join President Barbara R. Snyder and the staff of the Kelvin Smith Library for the 2015 Faculty Authors Appreciation Reception. This special event will honor all faculty members from Case Western Reserve University’s College

Celebrate retirement of VP Chris Ash April 8

Celebrate retirement of VP Chris Ash April 8

President Barbara R. Snyder, Provost Bud Baeslack and the Offices of the President and Provost invite faculty and staff to a retirement party for Chris Ash, vice president for university planning and institutional research,

Tobacco cessation program offered April 1–May 20

A free tobacco cessation program will be offered for faculty, staff and students from April 1 through May 20. During the program, participants will: Assess their readiness to end tobacco use Identify personal motivations and obstacles Develop awareness of

Meditation, stress management series available for benefits-eligible faculty, staff

Faculty and staff are invited to participate in two upcoming series on meditation and Stress Management and Resilience Training (S.M.A.R.T.). Practicing meditation regularly can help reduce stress, improve focus and concentration, and improve general wellness

Sociology faculty, authors of work on teen pregnancy to hold discussion on new book

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The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Moms Offering Moms Support and the Department of Sociology will host a luncheon and discussion with authors and associate professors of sociology Mary Patrice Erdmans and Timothy

Participate in upcoming ”Get Fit Together” nutrition, fitness seminar series

121 Fitness’ nutrition- and fitness-based lecture series, “Get Fit Together,” will start again next week. The Get Fit Together Nutrition and Fitness seminar series will run for eight weeks with three on-campus weekly class days