shaping change

The Social Justice Institute encourages members of the university to incite change on many levels. In addition to the institute's academic programs, a variety of opportunities are being made available for members of the university to learn more about social justice and uniquely shape the university's efforts to combat inequality.

social justice in the real world

This non-credit seminar series provides the opportunity for students, faculty and staff to learn from researchers, community members, nonprofit organizations and direct-service providers who can give voice to the vision and practice of social justice.

The first such seminar will focus on dental students working with the Healthy Smiles Sealant Program in Cleveland and East Cleveland. Through informal dialogue, the seminar will discuss social context and networking, health disparities, nutrition and genetics.

Contact the Social Justice Institute at 216.368.2515 or rhonda.williams@case.edu for more information.

social justice scholars faculty fellowship program—coming 2011-12

This semester-long program allows a group of up to eight faculty members to develop new courses focused on social justice in university-wide or departmental seminars. Fellows will be chosen through an application process and will draw from all participating schools.

Contact the Social Justice Institute at 216.368.2515 or rhonda.williams@case.edu for more information.

existing course development grants—coming 2011-12

This grant program encourages integration of social justice elements into existing courses. Participants will be selected through an application process.

Contact the Social Justice Institute at 216.368.2515 or socialjustice@case.edu for more information.