Learn about some of our favorite signature events and see if any fit with your collaboration and sponsorship goals.
The David A. Bowers Economic Forecast Luncheon
(Fall) - Attendance Impact: 600
Hosted by the Weatherhead School of Management, this annual event features a prominent economist from Case Western Reserve University: Dr. Mark Sniderman, Executive in Residence, Department of Economics at the Weatherhead School of Management. Sniderman, whose previous career was with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, will give his forecast on the U.S. economy and explain the factors that will influence the decision of consumers, businesses, and investors. He will also describe how international economic conditions are affecting domestic economic activity and share his insights on the Fed's monetary policy.
Dialogue on Discovery
(Fall) - Attendance Impact: 200
Dialogue on Discovery is a symposium celebrating the research successes of Case Western Reserve School of Medicine's academic and clinical partnerships. It convenes researchers, community leaders, and friends to encourage multiple voices to participate in a dialogue on medical discoveries that advance health in our region and beyond.
E-Week: National Engineers' Week
(Winter) - Attendance Impact: 1,300
In appreciation of the university's renowned strengths in technology innovation and the role of engineers in society, E-week provides new opportunities to highlight the university's technological breakthroughs.
Fourth Global Forum
At the Fourth Global Forum from June 14-16, 2017, executives, entrepreneurs, and change agents will discover, design, and strategize around their own high-priority initiatives. Global, National, and local CEOs are attending with corporate teams to address respective business opportunities through Appreciative Inquiry work sessions and exchange at the forum.
Inamori Ethics Prize and Symposium
(Fall) - Attendance Impact: 1,500
This annual award celebrates an internationally recognized individual who has demonstrated exemplary ethical leadership, and whose actions and influence have greatly improved the condition of humankind.
National Youth Sports Program (NYSP)
(Summer) - Attendance Impact: 500
Launched in 1970, the NYSP at Case Western Reserve University exemplifies the university's commitment to improving the quality of life for others in our local community.
Power of Diversity Lecture Series
(Fall & Spring) - Attendance Impact: 300
This signature series of Case Western Reserve’s Office of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equal Opportunity promotes diversity through inclusive thinking, mindful learning, and transformative dialogue.
(Spring) - Attendance Impact: 500
In a celebration of high-achieving minority graduates and Cleveland Scholarship Program award recipients, the banquet also raises scholarship funds for underrepresented students.
University Career Center Partners
(Fall & Spring) - Attendance Impact: 2,000
The Career Center Partners' Program gives employers an opportunity to develop an enhanced presence on campus and to be recognized as an “Employer of Choice” for CWRU students. Support of this program enables the Career Center to augment educational programming and services to students and alumni.
(Fall) - Attendance Impact: 600
This prestigious annual award event honors the fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio and encourages the spirit of entrepreneurship.
Additional sponsorship opportunities may be available. Contact the Office of Corporate Relations for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216.368.6665.