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    Save the date for Virtual Intersections, May 6 and 7

    Undergraduate students will present their research and creative projects at Virtual Intersections and the Celebration of Student Writing and Research May 6 and 7.

    You are invited to participate in this phenomenal celebration of student innovation by watching live presentations,…

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    Spartans Stronger Together Virtual 5K

    The Case Association of Student Athletes and the Department of Athletics will host the inaugural Spartans Stronger Together Virtual 5k (walk/run) the week of April 26. The event seeks to bring the Case Western Reserve community together to denounce racism and rise in solidarity with…

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    Two more financial literacy events

    Interested in learning the essentials of personal finance and enhancing your financial literacy? This April—which happens to be financial literacy month—PNC Bank offered Case Western Reserve University students a Financial Wellness Series designed to share the essential knowledge and skills…

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    Attend a workshop about national fellowships and scholarships

    Fellowship and scholarship applications require time, effort and devotion. These workshops and information sessions will give you tools you need to stay organized and prepare a competitive submission. If you are thinking about applying for a prestigious award in the next academic year,…

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    How to prepare for and apply to graduate school in STEM

    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, Support…

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    Thwing Center blood drive

    The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive on campus Monday, April 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Thwing Center ballroom.

    At this time, there is a critical need for blood. The drive is open to all Case Western Reserve University students, faculty and staff.…

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    Virtual Mocktail Hour and Networking Training for International Students

    All CWRU international students are invited to attend a fun event that will help them prepare for networking opportunities and social situations in their future career.

    The Center for International Affairs’ Mocktail Hour and Networking Training event will feature live, virtual…

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    Establish an edge in your graduate application

    Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SOURCE) is excited to invite you to a graduate school preparation workshop titled, "Preparing for Disruptions: Investing in YOU with a Graduate Degree."

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    Mental Health Speaker: Jeff Fink

    The CWRU Health and Wellness Council, National Alliance on Mental Illness and Undergraduate Student Government will host mental health advocate and educator Jeff Fink for a talk Saturday, April 10, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. EDT.

    Fink will…

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    Celebrate Unity Week

    The Office of Multicultural Affairs invites you to celebrate the 31st Annual Unity Banquet and Scholarship Benefit. This year’s Unity Banquet will be celebrated as Unity Week April 5 to 9 with the theme “Rise Up: Resilience…

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    The Making of a Career: Mentoring and Serendipity

    Building a career–and a life–beyond Case Western Reserve University will take you down many roads. Opportunities will arise that may be unforeseen or spontaneous. Sometimes the way will be smooth, and sometimes it may be quite bumpy. An important part of the journey is the people you meet…

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    Discover national fellowships and scholarships

    Fellowship and scholarship applications require time, effort and devotion. These workshops and information sessions will give you tools you need to stay organized and prepare a competitive submission. If you are thinking about applying for a prestigious award in the next academic year,…

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    Hear from CWRU alumni about their law school experience

    Interested in law and want to know what it's like being a law student?

    Pre-law Advisor Terri Mester will host three CWRU alumni Friday, April 2 for a panel discussion about their law school experiences.

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    Pick up a Holi Celebration package

    Celebrate Holi this weekend with a free giveaway from the Center for International Affairs.

    Holi is known as the “festival of colors” and celebrates the arrival of spring after a long winter. It is also a time for building relationships through play and laughter. Although primarily…

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    Don’t miss Cleveland History Trivia Night

    Join the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) and the Know Your Neighbors Campaign in a live, virtual Cleveland History Trivia Night Friday, March 26 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

    Learn about the rich history of the neighborhoods surrounding CWRU by playing trivia with experts on…

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    Upcoming programs from University Health and Counseling Services

    University Health and Counseling Services is offering a selection of workshops and programs in the coming weeks:

    BIPOC Support Space

    BIPOC Support Space is a scheduled, 30-minute, one-on-one, confidential Zoom consultation with Multicultural Specialist Naomi Drakeford, PhD…

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    Navigators to host workshop to help you define your internship strategy

    As you begin to think about your summer plans, you may have questions about how to explore opportunities and successfully acquire an internship experience. Increasingly, employers expect you to have internship experience so that you come to your first job out of college ready to hit the…

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    Career preparation etiquette dinner for international students

    International students are invited to join the Center for International Affairs for a virtual Career Preparation Etiquette Dinner.

    Job interviews often include a meal with potential colleagues and many companies ask employees to take clients out for nice meals. Employers want to…

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    Remote Entrepreneurship Project Program applications open with new track

    The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, Post-Graduate Planning & Experiential Education—including CWRU LaunchNET—and Weatherhead School of Management’s Graduate Career Management have teamed up to offer a limited number of Case Western Reserve University students the opportunity to…

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    Reproductive Rights and the Future of Roe v. Wade

    Jessie Hill, JD, is Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development and Judge Ben C. Green Professor of Law.

    Hill will present a talk titled “Reproductive Rights and the Future of Roe v. Wade” Friday, March 12, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. via Zoom.

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    “No Class Days” are March 16 and 24—Looking for something to do on your day off?

    With CWRU’s “no class days” coming up on March 16 and 24, how will you spend your day off? If you’re still looking for something to do, we’ve got plenty of suggestions for you, so read on!

    While these recommendations are Cleveland-specific, let them inspire you wherever you are.…

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    How to secure guaranteed externships with Paragon One

    Looking to get experience working at a financial firm, corporate company or in big tech? Or what about learning social media strategy, market research, data analytics or deal sourcing skills?

    For the second year, Case Western Reserve University is partnering with Paragon One to…

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    In Our DNA: Arts, Activism and Black Cleveland

    Shooting Without Bullets (SWB) incubates young artist activists and eliminates systemic barriers in art and society for Black and Brown youth, all while spreading bold messages of justice and equity across Northeast Ohio and beyond. "In Our DNA," their new public art initiative, uplifts…

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    Graduate school and personal statement workshop 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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    Black History Month Study Abroad Friday Forum

    The Office of Education Abroad is celebrating Black History Month with a special Study Abroad Friday Forum on Friday, Feb. 26 at 1 p.m. EST.

    The forum, called “Encountering the World, Overcoming Challenges” will feature a panel of study abroad alumni sharing their experiences.…