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    Finding summer internships for arts and science majors

    Don’t miss your chance to learn about finding summer internships at this upcoming workshop. The final "Finding Summer Internship" workshop for arts and science majors will focus on how to find summer internships related to the arts, culture, public service and nonprofit interest areas. …

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    TEDxCWRU 2019: Inter(act)ion

    TEDxCWRU will present Inter(act)ion on Saturday, Nov. 16 from noon to 4 p.m in the Thwing Center Ballroom. This year’s event will feature 10 speakers focusing on our constantly evolving world and the minds that reflect, innovate and take action.

    Learn more about the event, read…

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    Philanthropy 101: How to raise money for a cause you care about

    Are you interested in giving back to the community? Do you have philanthropic passions that you would like to pursue further but are not quite sure how to do so? Come to a seminar hosted by CCEL’s Student Executive Council in collaboration with Annual Giving and Lambda Eta Mu.

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    Graduate school and personal statement seminar for social science students

    Making the decision to go to graduate school requires planning and organization. Also, you’ll have to prepare a personal statement that captures your goals and represents you well as a candidate. Whether you’re just getting started or need some help navigating the process, attend the…

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    Meet prospective students at the CWRU Performance Showcase

    Come out, show some school spirit and mingle with prospective students at the CWRU Performance Showcase. 

    When | Sunday, Nov. 10 from 9:30 to 10:30 p.m.
    Where | Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom

    This event showcase will feature…

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    Learn from the Lawyers: corporate, intellectual property and immigration law discussion

    Members of the Case Western Reserve University community are invited to a panel discussion with three lawyers to learn about their experiences and careers.

    This event, titled “Learn from the Lawyers,” will be held Friday, Nov. 8, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. in Sears Library Building, Room…

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    Graduate school and personal statement seminar for STEM students

    Making the decision to go to graduate school requires planning and organization. Also, you’ll have to prepare a personal statement that captures your goals and represents you well as a candidate. Whether you’re just getting started or need some help navigating the process, attend the…

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    Volunteer during Saturday of Service

    The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning's (CCEL) annual Fall Saturday of Service is Saturday, Nov. 9 and is open to all CWRU students. This day of service, organized in collaboration with Greek Life, features on- and off-campus projects throughout the day. Transportation is provided…

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    Think Forum: David Henry Hwang

    The Think Forum series continues Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Maltz Performing Arts Center, with a talk by playwright, screenwriter and librettist David Henry Hwang.  

    Hwang will share his writing process and explain how the artist creates art, but art recreates the…

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    Beckman Scholars Program Research Presentation and Information Session

    Case Western Reserve University is delighted to be one of 12 universities selected for the Beckman Scholars Program, a three-year award provided by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation. The Beckman Scholars Program is a prestigious and highly selective undergraduate research program,…

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    National Fellowship and Scholarship Workshop: Which opportunity is right for you?

    Have you considered applying for a competitive national fellowship or scholarship but don’t know where to start? This workshop will provide you with information about a variety of prestigious awards and help you determine the best opportunities based on your interests. 
     

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    Kevin Hines: “Cracked Not Broken”

    University Health and Counseling Services will host Kevin Hines for an event titled “Cracked Not Broken” Oct. 29 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Frank N. and Jocelyne K. Linsalata Alumni Center. Hines is a brain/mental health advocate, award-winning global speaker, bestselling author and…

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    Finding Summer Internships for arts and science majors

    Already thinking about next summer? Consider attending one of the three "Finding Summer Internship" workshops. These workshops, especially for arts and science majors, will focus on how to find summer internships related to the arts, culture, public service and nonprofit interest areas.…

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    Meet employers face-to-face at Face Time Fridays

    Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education invites you to connect face-to-face with employers on Fridays during community hour. Stop by Sears Library Room 229 to meet employers, ask questions and build your professional network.

    Upcoming featured employers include:

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    Get your flu shot

    University Health & Counseling Services is providing free flu shots for students.

    When | Thursday, Oct. 24 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    Where | Tinkham Veale University Center, Student Organization Center

    No appointment is needed but you…

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    Homecoming schedule overview

    Today, Homecoming festivities began across campus. You may already be wearing your CWRU Blue and enjoying the many events and activities. Homecoming offers a wide range of programming, from academic lectures to social gatherings that you won’t want to miss.…

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    Careers in the Silicon Valley 101

    Learn about careers in entrepreneurship, particularly in tech, product management, consulting, venture capital and more during this discussion with Anand Swaminathan (CWR ’97, MGT ’99), a senior partner with McKinsey & Company.

    When | Wednesday, Oct. 16 from 5…

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    Think Forum: Manoush Zomorodi explores our relationship with modern technology

    In the first Think Forum lecture of the semester, author, journalist, podcaster and entrepreneur Manoush Zomorodi explores our relationship with modern technology and examines how we can preserve our humanity in an ever-accelerating world. 

    When | Wednesday, Oct. 23…

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    Break out your CWRU Blue at the Blue Block Party

    Sponsored by Donor Relations and University Events, the Blue Block Party is a vibrant street festival on Toby's Plaza and Uptown Avenue that serves as a kickoff celebration for Case Western Reserve's…

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    Nuclear Security Enterprise hiring on campus Oct. 9

    The Nuclear Security Enterprise is hiring at Case Western Reserve University on Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Tinkham Veale University Center Ballroom. The event will feature hiring booths, undergraduate and graduate panels, and interviews.

    Students from all degree…

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    Join the English Conversation Hour

    Language is a system of communication. It’s a means to share with one another. It can be written or verbal. It can sound many ways. Perhaps you feel proficient in the English language or you may be multilingual. Regardless, the English Conversation Hour is open to all students, faculty and…

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    Meet with nearly 150 employers at the University Career Fair

    Whether you are looking for a summer internship, your first job after graduation, or just want to network with employers, the University Career Fair is an important event to attend. 

    When | Thursday, Oct. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Where | Veale Convocation, Recreation and…

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    Explore the Community Service Fair and get involved

    The Center for Civic Engagement and Learning will be hosting the Community Service Fair featuring volunteer opportunities, internship positions and post-graduation service programs with more than 50 non-profit…

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    Mocktail hour and networking training for international students

    Networking events can be great places to connect with people as you begin your career, but they can also be awkward and confusing. CWRU international students are invited to prepare for their job search by attending the Mocktail Hour and Networking Training Thursday, Oct. 3. 

    When…

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    Rep your Spartan Spirit at the 2019 Residential Tailgate

    This is a free event for all residential students to participate in campus spirit for the CWRU football team while enjoying food, games and fun giveaways! Food will be catered from the Jolly Scholar and East Coast Custard, with games including: corn hole, spike ball, can jam, bounce house,…