Case for Community Day by the numbers

Young students playing soccer at CWRU

The 12th annual Case for Community Day took place this past Friday, Sept. 19. Nearly 600 students, faculty and staff members took part in a variety of volunteer activities. Of the 600 volunteers, 450 helped with

Next Global Talk Series session to cover faculty seed grant opportunities

At the Center for International Affair’s next Global Talk Series event, attendees will learn about upcoming faculty seed grant opportunities. The meeting will take place on Thursday, Sept. 25, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in

2013-14 report on faculty promotions, emeritus appointments now available

The 2013-14 annual report on promotions and emeritus status is now available. This report lists faculty who were appointed to emeritus status since last year’s report or who were promoted to associate professor or professor

Discuss collegiate discrimination case at Sept. 22 brown bag lunch

definition of descrimination

The Asian Women Faculty group and the Women Faculty Leadership Development Institute of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women will host a brown bag discussion on discrimination at the collegiate level through the

Welcome an international student to CWRU through International Friendship Family Program

Faculty, staff and local alumni are encouraged to participate in Case Western Reserve University’s International Friendship Family Program. Friendship families get together regularly for a year, with their assigned international student, for a home-cooked

Faculty: Schedule a Writing Resource Center presentation for your class

Writing Resource Center consultants are now available to visit classes and talk about the ways in which they can support the writers in courses. The consultants are full-time English/SAGES faculty and graduate students in

Welcome reception for multicultural students, faculty and staff Aug. 28


The Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, the President’s Advisory Council on Minorities and the Office of Multicultural Affairs will sponsor a welcome reception for multicultural students, faculty and staff. The event will take

UCITE to host “Getting Your Class off to a Good Start” Aug. 28

Research has shown that paying extra attention to these first few weeks of classes can establish extremely helpful patterns for both students and faculty. At the next University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education

Attend walk-in hours to learn more about Blackboard

Faculty members and graduate student instructors who plan to use Blackboard during the fall semester are invited to attend walk-in hours, hosted by Information Technology Services, with questions and tips for best practices. No appointment

Office of Faculty Development invites volunteers to attend Annual New Faculty Picnic

The Office of Faculty Development invites faculty members to attend the Annual New Faculty Picnic to help welcome new faculty to the community. Hosted for 22 years by the Newcomers Committee, the annual picnic