Classes packed with thought-provoking discussions on critical topics, like:
- ANTH 389: Study forensic anthropology to use theories of biology to answer legal questions and explore issues of human rights
- ARTS 300: Examine how movements like Black Lives Matter and #MeToo alter conceptions about the role of art in society
- HSTY 152: Trace the origins and significance of technological developments in American history, with an emphasis on their social, cultural, political and economic significance.
Real-world learning that lets you put theories into action like:
- Study film in Madrid; theater in London and medical anthropology in Cape Town
- Research topics like “Defining gender: Why some people only accept the binary”; “Impacts of group dynamics on political decision making”; or “Structural issues, policy changes and ethical considerations in nursing homes during COVID-19”
- Land an internship with the Cuyahoga Prosecutor's Office, Homicide Division; Cleveland Museum of Art; American Historical Association; National Public Radio or just about anywhere that piques your interest.
Student organizations where you lead initiatives that make a difference on campus and beyond, in groups like:
- Art Forward (monthly art projects with youth at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center)
- Model United Nations
- Sustained Dialogue (diverse groups discuss campus, local and national issues of concern)
- Writers Writing Words (creative writing workshops)
- And 200+ others
Bottom line: At CWRU, you’ll graduate with the knowledge, experience and skills that top graduate schools and sought-after employers are looking for.