We're Bringing CWRU to You!
The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University is using our platforms to promote connections within the CWRU community and present opportunities for online/remote learning that are available to all. We hope that you will find them interesting and informative. For regular updates and to connect with the CWRU community, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Spartans Step Up
The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University continues Spartans Step Up, a series of webcasts focusing on CWRU’s approach to the COVID-19 pandemic. The sixth installment debuts at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT, on Thursday, August 13. At-Risk Populations – Recognizing and Supporting the Most Vulnerable focuses on how the pandemic has affected the needs and security of low-income families and those struggling with domestic violence, as well as what the university can do to assist them. Grover C. Gilmore, PhD, dean of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve, will moderate an expert panel featuring Darcy Freedman, PhD, MPH, director of the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and Rachel Lovell, PhD, research assistant professor for the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education in the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
Viewers are invited to submit questions for the panel by registering for the livestream or submitting them during the webcast. Register for the CWRU livestream below or watch on The Alumni Association's Facebook page.
Upcoming episodes will cover protecting the elderly population, staying mentally positive, and recognizing and supporting those most vulnerable to the disease. For updates on the dates and times of future episodes, please follow The Alumni Association on Facebook.
CWRU Connect: Alumni Career Network
Our online alumni directory now includes a component specializing in career networking. Connect with former classmates and alumni professionals based on career fields, and mentor current students, recent graduates and alumni. Upload your LinkedIn profile or sign-up via email. Then, join communities of alumni and students who share your interests or live near you.
CWRU Entrepreneurship Alumni Series
Join the CWRU Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship for the CWRU Entrepreneurship Alumni Series for discussions with entrepreneurs and leaders in innovation.
In the wake of global economic disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, in conjunction with the Weatherhead School of Management, is re-launching its massive online open course (MOOC), Beyond Silicon Valley: Supporting Entrepreneurship in a Global Crisis.
Updated guidance for your internship and career search from Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education
With uncertainty related to internships, co-ops, research and full-time opportunities, CWRU's Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is offering remote service hours, reaching out to employers and offering tips and guidance for wherever you are in your career search. There are many ways you can continue to gain new skills, build your professional network and prepare for your next career move.
Emotional Intelligence - the Weatherhead Way
Delivered completely online, this self-paced program presents an outline of the twelve competencies that comprise the EI and SI model. Building these critical emotional and social competencies serves as the essential core for outstanding leadership. They also act as potential inhibitors of executive derailment.
This high-impact learning experience features a combination of conceptual and skill-based modules with reflective exercises to support and encourage learning, and to sustain behavior change. It is based on the Emotional and Social Intelligence Leadership Competency Model, developed by Daniel Goleman and Richard Boyatzis, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Case Western Reserve University.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
Learn with peers around the world when you take a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) taught by Case Western Reserve University's world-renowned faculty. In partnership with Coursera, CWRU offers MOOCs in leadership, entrepreneurialism, international law, sports law, healthcare quality improvement and more.
Siegal Lifelong Learning
Siegal Lifelong Learning offers personal enrichment one-time lectures and ongoing courses on a variety of subjects including art, history, literature, politics, religion and much more. Now all offered remotely via Zoom.
Siegal Continuing Professional Studies
Siegal Lifelong Learning offers Digital Skills Boot Camps in the areas of coding, data analytics and cybersecurity as well as a Tableau Data Analytics Certificate program. Find out more about how you can advance or start your career with these in-demand skills.
One to One Fitness
Stay fit without going to the gym! CWRU’s One to One Fitness is now streaming free virtual classes.
CWRU and the Office of the Provost partnered with Academic Impressions to provide free access to training, tools, research and resources for personal and leadership development. Anyone with a case.edu email address can opt-in to this online opportunity at any time.
The Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center
The pandemic has caused most live music venues to cancel their schedules, including the Maltz Performing Arts Center (MPAC) at Case Western Reserve University. But the Maltz Performing Arts Center has come up with an alternative for audiences to still enjoy live music without being able to attend shows in-person because of the health risks: a new live-streamed concert series, called “LIVE Streamed @ Silver Hall.”
The series, which opens Wednesday, Aug. 5, will be offered for free and will feature the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra’s return to the Maltz Center.
Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque
Do you miss going to the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque? Enjoy their current film selections online!
CWRU's Origins Science Scholars move online
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. ET, CWRU's Origins Science Scholars present engaging sessions on cutting edge research that are carefully crafted to be understood by all. Sponsored by the Institute for the Science of Origins, look for seven, hour-long sessions this spring!
A Deeper Look at Life, the Universe and Hot Dogs
The Institute for the Science of Origins (ISO) is currently hosting virtual installments of its Life, the Universe and Hot Dogs series. These short, informal talks cover a variety of topics every Thursday and Saturday at 7:30pm. ET via Zoom.
Virtual Summer Lessons
Virtual Summer Lessons in Dance, Music and Drama! Graduate arts students, currently studying at Case Western Reserve University, are providing engaging activities for summer learning that help graduate students meet financial needs due to COVID-19 cancellations. Contact The Alumni Association for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Virtual Dance, Music and Drama Performances
Virtual Dance, Music and Drama Performances! Need a special addition to a virtual wedding, birthday, church service or other event? Consider hiring a ﬁne arts graduate student currently studying at Case Western Reserve University. Hiring one of these performers helps graduate students meet ﬁnancial needs due to COVID-19 cancellations. Contact The Alumni Association for more information (email@example.com).