We at CWRU aspire to be a community where humanity, science and technology meet to create a just and thriving world. We highlight diverse people, diverse opinions, and diverse ideas but always with the goal of engaging in a dialogue that is civil and respectful. Please join us in furthering this mission by attending one (or all) of these upcoming events!
North Star Seminar #2
On Feb. 16 at noon, join the second installment in the North Star Seminar series featuring Reuben E. Brigety II, the 17th vice-chancellor and president of the University of the South and former ambassador to the African Union.
Dr. Brigety's talk is titled “Overcoming American Tribalism: Healing America through Common Purpose" and will feature a conversation on how universities, society, and private citizens can better lead during these fractured times.
STEM Journal Club #5
Members of the CWRU community, particularly those faculty in STEM-related fields, are invited to join the fifth meeting of the STEM Faculty Recruitment and Retention Journal Club. The event will take place Feb. 18 at noon.
This month, the club will discuss "Nudging Toward Diversity: Applying Behavioral Design to Faculty Hiring." Ronald L. Hickman, Jr., the Ruth M. Anderson Professor in the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing will host.
North Star Seminar #3
On Feb. 23 at 5 p.m. join the third installment in the North Star Seminar series featuring the Honorable Gil Cisneros, philanthropist and former U.S. Representative for California's 39th congressional district.
Cisneros' talk is titled "Improving Civic Dialogue in America: A Congressman’s Perspective" and will feature a conversation on the role of society, universities, and private citizens in achieving our common purpose.