Employees to receive new tax document this year

Case Western Reserve employees eligible for university health insurance in 2015 will receive a new tax document this year. But they don’t need to wait for it to file this year’s returns. Confusing, right? Consider it a

New privacy resource available for CWRU community

Have you ever wondered whether Case Western Reserve University has policies on how we use and disclose personal data? The Compliance Office’s website has been updated to be the university’s one-stop resource for the

Enroll your children in iD Tech Camps this summer

This summer, encourage the awesome in your child. At iD Tech Camps, held at Case Western Reserve University, students ages 7 to 17 can learn to code, design video games, modify Minecraft, engineer robots,

Find out how you can pursue a graduate degree in health sciences at CWRU at today’s working professional fair

The Health Sciences Graduate Studies Fair for Working Professionals is today (Feb. 4) from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on the first floor of the Biomedical Research Building. CWRU employees and those from area medical centers

Make strides toward a healthier lifestyle with new online programs; information sessions to be held next week

The CWRU Wellness Program now offers Selfhelpworks, a suite of programs that can help benefits-eligible faculty and staff make healthy lifestyle changes, such as weight loss, smoke cessation, stress resilience and more. The self-paced programs

Join Weight Watchers at Work for next week’s “Inspire” events

Weight Watchers will hold special “Inspire” events at meetings on the Case Western Reserve University campus Feb. 10 and 11, as part of the weekly Weight Watchers at Work meetings. Faculty and staff who want

Implicit bias lunch series to address disabilities at Feb. 17 workshop

The Organizational Development & Learning Unit of the Department of Human Resources will continue its lunch series on implicit bias Wednesday, Feb. 17, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Crawford Hall, Room 209. Ann Williams, research

Planning to apply for an NSF CAREER Award? Attend grant writing program meetings beginning Feb. 16

Faculty members who plan to apply for a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award are invited to participate in Grant Writing Program, which will meet biweekly from February through June. The writing program provides support,

Provide feedback about IT optimization during open forum Feb. 10

Great universities require great information technology. To that end, a collaborative and inclusive process is underway to reduce Case Western Reserve University’s risk profile and optimize IT campus-wide. Assistance from leaders and IT professionals across

Faculty: Find out how to adjust your teaching style for larger class sizes at next UCITE session

Recent classes of undergraduate students have been unprecedentedly large, a trend expected to continue. Due to this increase in students, class sizes will be larger than they were in the past. Faculty can counter some of the