Action required for voicemail users this Winter Break

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The university’s telephone infrastructure and voicemail system will be upgraded during Winter Break. Case Western Reserve is moving to an all-new voicemail system; therefore voicemail users will need to take action. Before the upgrade When you

Learn about collaboration opportunities in China at next Global Talk Series event

At the next presentation of the Center for International Affairs’ Global Talk Series, join Associate Provost for International Affairs David Fleshler as he discusses current Case Western Reserve University activities and future opportunities for

Women faculty and staff: Discuss issues faced by Asian women employees Nov. 25

Charis Eng, professor and vice chair of the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences at the School of Medicine, will address challenges faced by Asian women faculty and staff at a reception on Tuesday, Nov.

Open enrollment for 2015 ends Nov. 30

Open enrollment for 2015 ends Nov. 30

The Benelect open enrollment period for 2015 continues through Nov. 30. University employees have until the end of November to make benefits changes for the 2015 calendar year, and are encouraged to visit the 2015

Law’s Paul Giannelli reports to National Commission on Forensic Science, publishes multiple works

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Paul Giannelli, the Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor in the School of Law and Distinguished University Professor, recently gave a report on pretrial discovery to the National Commission on Forensic

Law Professor Sharona Hoffman presents on big data, has book accepted for publication

Law Professor Sharona Hoffman presents on big data, has book accepted for publication

Praeger Publishers accepted a book manuscript by Sharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, professor of bioethics and co-director of the Law-Medicine Center, titled Aging with A Plan: How a Little Thought Today

Organizational Behavior Chair Diana Bilimoria publishes ”Women In STEM Careers”

Organizational Behavior Chair Diana Bilimoria publishes ”Women In STEM Careers”

Women in STEM Careers: International Perspectives on Increasing Workforce Participation, Advancement and Leadership, co-edited by Diana Bilimoria, KeyBank Professor and professor and chair of organizational behavior at Weatherhead School of Management, and Linley Lord, associate professor

Art lecturer Christopher Pekoc’s mixed media work on display at Akron Art Museum

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“Hand Made,” an exhibit of work by Christopher Pekoc, part-time lecturer of art education, will be on display at the Akron Art Museum through April 26. There will be a free, public exhibition opening

Faculty: Subscribe to Faculty Development Listserv for information on programming, events

All faculty members are invited to subscribe to the Case Western Reserve University Faculty Development Listserv, which provides announcements about career programming and social events for Case Western Reserve faculty and their partners and

Support LGBT students by attending second annual Cosmos for Case Nov. 21

Support LGBT students by attending second annual Cosmos for Case Nov. 21

CWRU Pride, the Case Western Reserve University LGBT Alumni Network, invites faculty and staff to join alumni and friends of the university for the second annual Cosmos for Case. Attendees will mix and mingle over