Faculty: Weigh in on work-life balance myth at roundtable discussion

Faculty members are invited to attend a roundtable lunchtime discussion about “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” an article published by Anne-Marie Slaughter, the first female director of policy planning at the State

Faculty: Apply for 2014 Active Learning Fellowship by April 18

Information Technology Services (ITS) is soliciting stipend-eligible Active Learning Fellowship proposals from faculty for fall. The Active Learning Fellowship has been designed by ITS in collaboration with the provost’s office to provide faculty with the

Women faculty: Discuss gaining confidence, being heard with colleagues across campus

The next Women Faculty Connect brown-bag lunch event will be held Wednesday, April 9, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Cleveland Room of the Thwing Center. The topic of the discussion is “The

VP for Research Robert Miller accepts position at George Washington University

Robert Miller headshot

After more than three decades at Case Western Reserve, renowned neuroscientist and university Vice President for Research and Technology Management Robert H. “Bob” Miller is moving to George Washington University to lead its efforts

Discuss “Outcome Assessment and Accreditation” at the next UCITE seminar

Case Western Reserve University is almost one year away from its re-accreditation process, during which courses’ and programs’ elaborated learning outcomes will play a major role. At the next University Center for Innovation in Teaching and

Emerita associate professor Grace Brody passes away

Grace Brody

Grace Brody, an emerita associate professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences who established an endowed professorship in 2007, passed away March 13 at the age of 98. Brody

Complementary, alternative medicine advocate Tanya Edwards passes away

Tanya I. Edwards, a faculty member who pioneered education in complementary and alternative medicine at Case Western Reserve and the broader community, died last week after a battle with breast cancer. She was just

ITS to host active learning event for faculty members, administrators

Information Technology Services (ITS) will host an active learning event for faculty members and administrators who would like a voice in designing and redesigning learning spaces. Case Western Reserve University began an active learning initiative

On-campus memorial service to be held for Distinguished University Professor Richard Hanson

Richard Hanson

Case Western Reserve University will host a memorial service for Distinguished University Professor Richard Hanson on Sunday, March 16, at 1 p.m. at Amasa Stone Chapel. Hanson, a world-renowned scientist deeply revered by his students

Hear best practices for teaching a flipped classroom at upcoming UCITE event

At the next University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE) session, Bentley University’s Mark Frydenberg will advise faculty members on how to best use the “flipped classroom” model. The session will be