Software Center offers free, discounted software

University Technology (formerly Information Technology Services) offers free and discounted software to faculty and staff. Many titles are available through the Software Center, such as Adobe Creative Cloud, MATLAB and Microsoft Office. Contact the service desk

Develop your professional skillset this summer with

Develop new skills this summer using the free service, which is available to the entire university community. The service offers free online and mobile video-based training courses on various topics, including web development, computer programming,

Tune in to July 7 webinar to learn more about Weight Watchers

A Weight Watchers webinar will be held Thursday, July 7, at 1 p.m. to highlight recent upgrades at Weight Watchers and to orient those new to the program. Topics covered will include the food, fitness

Faculty: Discover funding resources at next UCITE session June 30

There are a variety of funding resources for faculty on campus—but there may be some confusion among faculty about exactly what some of those funds are designed for, and how they might apply for

Quit smoking this summer with online program

Overcoming an addiction to tobacco can be challenging. Most people need to try multiple times before they stay smoke free. The LivingFree program from SelfHelpWorks is an online class based in cognitive behavioral therapy. This

Faculty: Find out how you can use smartphones in the classroom

Smartphones are pervasive and, perhaps, invasive. Yet, they can be useful. At the next University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education session, Mike Kenney, assistant director for faculty support in teaching and learning technology,

Shares still available for University Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture program

Shares are still available for the remaining four Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) sessions at the university’s Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms. The remaining sessions are: Session 2: June 30, July 7, July 14, and July 21 Session

CWRU to host bystander intervention program training conference July 25-28; express interest in participating by June 15

Case Western Reserve University will host a Green Dot Train-the-Trainer certification conference on campus July 25-28. Recognizing that everyone is a potential bystander to gender-based violence, Green Dot is a comprehensive bystander intervention program that

Combat stress this summer with LivingEasy program

Stressful situations at the office and at home can negatively impact your health, your relationships, your work and your overall wellbeing. The LivingEasy Stress and Resiliency Program offers an opportunity to combat and control

Reminder about visits by federal law enforcement officers or agencies

Many federal law enforcement agencies have university liaison programs. If you receive a visit or other contact from a federal law enforcement officer, or a representative from a federal or other government agency, the