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    Learn how to make networking work for you

    Looking for tips to improve your networking skills? Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is hosting a virtual panel discussion titled “Alumni Networking Tips: How To Make It Work For You!”

    When | Wednesday, Aug. 19, from 1 to 2 p.m. EDT

    This…

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    Check out the “Live! (streamed) @ Silver Hall” concert series

    Join the Maltz Performing Arts Center LIVE! from Silver Hall through their streaming concert series.

    Every Wednesday and Sunday at 8 p.m., through the end of September, the Maltz Performing Arts Center is welcoming local and regional talent to their stage. From folk bands to…

  • two students studying abroad

    Study Abroad Friday Forums in August and virtual drop-in hours

    Friday Forums

    Learn more about studying abroad with Case Western Reserve University every week with Study Abroad Friday Forums in August!

    The forums are hosted by the Office of Education Abroad every Friday at 1 p.m. and showcase the types of experiences you can have…

  • CWRU Intersections

    Celebrate undergraduate research and creative projects during Summer Virtual Intersections

    Virtual Intersections is a way the university community can come together to celebrate undergraduate research and creative endeavors. Held Friday, July 31, from 10 a.m. to noon, the event will feature live and recorded presentations. Attendees will be able to participate in…

  • Felipe Gomez del Campo

    Building a successful startup at CWRU: Felipe Gomez del Campo, founder and CEO, FGC Plasma Solutions

    The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship continues the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series on Tuesday, Aug. 4 at 1 p.m. as it welcomes Felipe Gomez del Campo (CWR ‘16), founder and CEO of FGC Plasma Solutions.

    During this Zoom roundtable discussion, Gomez del Campo will talk about…

  • Person holds tablet with job application on the screen

    Out4Undergrad Conferences extend application window

    Each year, Out4Undergrad (O4U) invites a diverse class of high-achieving LGBTQ+ students to four unique conferences focusing on Business, Engineering, Marketing and Tech. 

    All 2020 O4U conferences will be hosted virtually and applications for the Engineering, Marketing and Tech…

  • students talking in a group

    English Conversation Hour continues

    The English Conversation Hour is an opportunity for members of the CWRU community interested in strengthening their proficiency in conversational English as well as those already proficient in conversational English to come together each week for connection and sharing. 

    English…

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    Learn something new through the Veale Skills Lab workshop series

    The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship is hosting the Veale Skills Lab workshop series to discuss a variety of skills needed by every business or startup. The series features experts from a number of organizations, Case Western Reserve alumni and current students. 

    Register for an…

  • DACA, Immigration and Legal Rights: A Conversation with Immigration Attorney David Leopold

    This hour-long session, moderated by CWRU vice president for the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity Robert Solomon, will help to unpack the recent Supreme Court Ruling on DACA and the latest executive order affecting immigration regulations, including the future of OPT.…

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    Save the dates for virtual fall university career fairs

    Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is pleased to announce the dates for three virtual career fairs during the fall semester. Whether you are looking for an internship, a full-time position, or just want to network with employers, the career fair is an important opportunity.…

  • University Health and Counseling Services offers programs throughout July

    University Health and Counseling Services is offering a number of programs and sessions throughout July. 

    Conversations with Black students regarding recent national events

    When | Every Wednesday in July, from 3 to 4 p.m. EDT
    About |…

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    Sign into Handshake, update your profile

    Thousands of employers use Handshake to post internship, research and job opportunities. Many prominent employers use Handshake to host virtual events and connect with students across the world.

    Whether it’s been a little…

  • group of students and faculty on a study abroad trip

    Attend a Study Abroad Friday Forum in July

    Learn more about studying abroad with Case Western Reserve University every week in July as Study Abroad Friday Forums continue! 

    The forums are hosted by the Office of Education Abroad every Friday at 1 p.m. EDT and answer various student study abroad questions and highlight…

  • Learn about, celebrate and remember Juneteenth

    The Juneteenth Committee of the African American Campus Community Resource Group has put together a slideshow for a virtual Juneteenth Celebration.
     …

  • outdoor view of trees in front of severance hall

    “A Promised Hope for Honoring Racial Justice”

    You are invited to join the Interreligious Council, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Social Justice Institute to honor all of those killed by systemic racism and police brutality.

    On Thursday, June 25, from 3 to 3:30 p.m., the organizations will host “A Promised Hope for…

  • student working at a computer

    Discover new virtual global and intercultural learning opportunities

    Take advantage of an international experience as soon as this summer with the Office of Education Abroad's new virtual global and intercultural learning opportunities

  • Person holds tablet with job application on the screen

    Apply to an Out4Undergrad conference

    Each year, Out4Undergrad (O4U) invites a diverse class of high-achieving LGBTQ+ students to four unique conferences focusing on Business, Engineering, Marketing and Tech. 

    All 2020 O4U conferences will be hosted virtually and applications for the Engineering, Marketing and…

  • Doctor's hands type on a laptop

    Explore pathways in healthcare with virtual fairs and resources

    There are many ways that you can explore your interest in the dynamic healthcare field over the summer, whether by engaging in virtual fairs, reading about various healthcare occupations or by applying to exciting opportunities.

    Virtual Fairs

    Virtual fairs for health…

  • a group of people observed a research project involving solar panels in Rwanda

    June Study Abroad Friday Forums feature research abroad and alumni experiences

    Students can continue connecting with the Office of Education Abroad every week throughout the summer as Study Abroad Friday Forums continue!

    The forums answer various student study abroad questions and highlight specifics about studying abroad every Friday at 1 p.m. EDT…

  • two students speaking at the career fair

    International students: Tap into the hidden job market

    According to Payscale.com, there could be as much as 80 percent of new jobs that are never listed but are instead filled internally or via networking.

    On Wednesday, June 3 from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m. EDT, CWRU Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education and ICAway…

  • Case Western Reserve Student studies abroad

    Study abroad Friday Forums continue

    The Office of Education Abroad continues to host forums every Friday to discuss various student study abroad questions and highlight specifics about study abroad experiences.

    Attend an upcoming forum to get your questions answered:

    Friday, May 22, at 1 p.m. EDT…

  • student doing research in a lab

    Enhance your summer research experience with SOURCE seminars and workshops

    Are you conducting research this summer? Enhance your summer research experience by participating in seminars and workshops offered by Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SOURCE).

    SOURCE seminars and workshops are designed to enhance your knowledge and skills…

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    Next steps: Navigate your summer with confidence

    Student Advancement and Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education are teaming up for a weekly workshop series.
     
    Every Wednesday, from 7 to 8 p.m. EDT, a navigator and career consultant will be available via Zoom for students to check in, ask questions, chat and review…

  • Case Western Reserve University student building with wires.

    PRISE: Celebrate innovation in STEM entrepreneurship

    Through WISER’s Program Rewarding Innovation in STEM Entrepreneurship (PRISE), students learn skills in entrepreneurship and innovation, and bring STEM ideas to life. PRISE supports student entrepreneurs in building their startup from an idea to a flourishing business or nonprofit. 

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    Log in to SIS to elect the pass/no-pass option

    As was announced last week, all undergraduate students have until 11:59 p.m. EDT on Monday, May 11 to elect the pass/no pass grading option. This applies to all courses that had an end date of March 16 or later.…