This lecture series is a unique monthly luncheon program open to the public. A variety of academic and contemporary issues are discussed.
CWRU’s Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program continues the legacy of Jewish adult education courses offered for nearly nine decades through the Laura and Alvin Siegal College of Judaic Studies and its predecessor institutions.
Loosely fashioned after the popular City Club Forum, these sessions provide the community with a unique luncheon program once a month, in which contemporary issues are discussed.
During this unique program, community members engage with one another and with leading scholars to investigate rapidly developing areas of origins science.
Senior Scholars is an 11-week program that meets three afternoons per week 1:30–3:30 p.m., and features academic lectures by university faculty and local experts on a variety of topics.
Courses are eight weeks long and meet for 1.5 hours per class (unless otherwise noted) in locations across Greater Cleveland. There are no written assignments or exams, but rather the classes provide an open environment for lively discussion based on meaningful examination of shared texts.
The Course Audit Program for Senior Citizens (CAPSC) offers students, ages 65 and older, the opportunity to take courses on the Case Western Reserve campus at a reduced tuition rate
These engaging forums bring together a panel of local leaders and experts who exchange ideas and share views on a particular issue affecting Northeast Ohio.
Farm classes take advantage of this spectacular landscape for inspiration and as a setting for learning about nature, cultivation and the environment.
Case Western Reserve University's Continuing Professional Studies Division offers noncredit and competency-based certificate programs for working professionals through both open enrollment and customized industry-sponsored courses.