UCITE to hold session on new Blackboard updates

Blackboard has been updated for the fall 2014 semester to enhance the learning management system. The new version improves the usefulness of Blackboard tests, notifications and groups. At the next University Center for Innovation in

Faculty, grad students invited to submit Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship Colloquium proposals by July 31


The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship at Kelvin Smith Library will host its annual Digital Scholarship Colloquium Nov. 6-7. This year’s colloquium will focus on digital research pedagogy and practices in the humanities, sciences and

UCITE to host session on presentation skills

The ability to make an effective presentation is an important skill. Apart from simply a way to influence how others view you, preparing a good presentation helps sharpen an idea, deliver a more concise

UCITE to host session on Faculty Climate Survey

In spring 2014, the Faculty Climate Survey was administered to faculty members at the rank of instructor and above. The survey questions covered a range of topics, including the quality of faculty life, satisfaction,

UCITE invites faculty members to apply for Mentor Fellows program

Faculty members are invited to apply for the University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education’s sixth Mentor Fellows program during the Fall 2014 semester. The series of seminars is designed to engage faculty members

Newcomers Group offers resources for new faculty

The Case Western Reserve University Newcomers Group offers events and resources to welcome new faculty members and their families to the CWRU community. The Newcomers Group hosts wine tastings, a welcome picnic, brown bag lunches,

CWRU supporters go All In for Day of Giving

Day of Giving

For the second year in a row, Case Western Reserve Tuesday set all-time records for both total donors and amount raised in a single 24-hour period. The university’s 2014 Day of Giving attracted 869 contributors,

UCITE to host session on improving students’ mindsets

students and professor

Why do students fail in their college courses? There are many reasons of course. But given the selective nature of the admissions process at Case Western Reserve University, they should not be failing because they are not

Women faculty: Join colleagues for brown bag discussion on ”Learning to Say ‘No’”

The Women Faculty Leadership Development Institute of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women will sponsor a Women Faculty Connect brown bag discussion, “Learning to Say ‘No.’” Women faculty from across campus are invited to

Four faculty members honored for exemplary research contributions

In recognition of the critical importance of research to Case Western Reserve’s success, university administrators recently announced the recipients of the second Faculty Distinguished Research Awards. The awards, created last year under the direction of