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    Check out the new Kelvin Smith Library virtual tour

    For students who have not been on campus since last spring, Kelvin Smith Library has made available a new virtual tour, including how it has adapted to COVID-19. Watch the tour on Youtube.

    If you have questions about library…

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    Think globally with January Study Abroad Friday Forums

    Use your time this January to start exploring study abroad opportunities for next year through virtual Study Abroad Friday Forums every week at 1 p.m. EST.

    The next forum is Jan. 15, where you can discover resources for navigating your identity abroad.

    Jan. 22 will feature a…

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    Learn how to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life with Koru Mindfulness

    The Office of Student Advancement and University Health and Counseling Services will be offering opportunities to engage with the Koru Mindfulness course during January.

    Koru Mindfulness is a four session course that will teach you a wide variety of mindfulness skills in a group…

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    Save the date for spring virtual career fairs at CWRU

    Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is pleased to announce the dates for two spring virtual career fairs. Whether you are looking for an internship, a full-time position, or just want to network with employers, career fairs are important opportunities.

    Leading up to…

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    Plan your research experience with SOURCE

    Ready to start looking for research and creative project opportunities? Attend an upcoming 50-minute information session offered by Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors.

    These sessions provide you with the basic information for finding research on and around CWRU…

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    Juniors and seniors: Attend the Career and Internship Connections career fair

    Case Western Reserve University is a member of the Career and Internship Connections (CIC), a 16-school consortium that hosts an annual job and internship fair for opportunities in the New York area.

    The…

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    Check out winter programming information

    Although much of the Case Western Reserve University student community is finishing the semester remotely, the university will still be providing events, activities,…

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    Apply for a spring 2021 Remote Entrepreneurship Project

    Case Western Reserve University's Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education (including CWRU LaunchNet) and the Weatherhead School of Management's Graduate Career Management Office have teamed up to offer a limited number of CWRU students the…

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    Nominate faculty for awards recognizing excellence in mentoring and teaching

    Nominations are being accepted for the J. Bruce Jackson, MD, Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring and the Carl F. Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.

    The Jackson award is given to faculty or staff members who have fostered professional development,…

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    CWRUinCLE Challenge: Explore Cleveland virtually and earn a gift card

    Do you have more downtime over winter break to explore (virtually!) Cleveland’s many assets?

    Participate in the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning’s (CCEL) CWRUinCLE Challenge through Jan. 31, 2021 and earn a gift card!

    The challenge can be completed from anywhere! The…

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    Learn to draw at reading day study break with Cleveland Museum of Art

    The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities manages Case Western Reserve University’s Kulas Foundation grant which allows the undergraduate students to be reimbursed for individual arts and culture activities through…

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    Discover Cleveland leadership opportunities with the Cleveland Leadership Center

    The Cleveland Leadership Center is offering a special college student edition of the Way Forward Leader Lunch Break on Wednesday, Dec. 9 from noon to 12:30 p.m.

    David Gilbert, president and CEO of Destination Cleveland will share strategies to help you make the most of your winter…

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    Save the date for Virtual Intersections

    At Virtual Intersections, undergraduate students have the opportunity to present their research and creative projects and you are invited to see the broad and diverse work undergraduates are doing across campus.

    Projects and presentations will be available for review and comment on…

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    Fall Leadership Series: “Navigating Politics as a Student Leader”

    Student leaders gain many transferable skills such as communication, project management and teamwork. These skills can be quite useful in transitioning to a workplace environment. However, one skill that isn't discussed as often is navigating politics.

    Join a panel of Case Western…

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    2020 (hindsight)

    Join the Department of Theater and reflect on your experience in a unique way through the 2020 (hindsight) world premier original play written by students. During this live presentation over Zoom, students will perform original monologues, poems and dances reflecting on their…

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    From Moments to Movements: The Power of the Student

    Activism and advocacy are no strangers to college campuses. In fact, monumental policy changes such as desegregation and increases in resource allocations have been the byproducts of student leaders’ efforts over the last few decades. From sit-ins in the 60’s to hunger strikes in the 2000’s…

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    Summer on the Cuyahoga Information Session

    Summer on the Cuyahoga (SOTC) is all about connecting the best young talent to the abundance of professional opportunities in Northeast Ohio. SOTC is a unique summer internship program open to rising juniors, rising seniors and recent graduates that attend one of the eight partner schools:…

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    Teach For America presents: “Educational Equity Dialogue at CWRU”

    Join Teach For America and CWRU students Wednesday, Nov. 18 from 6 to 7 p.m. ET for a discussion on the systemic barriers facing our education system and pathways to create meaningful change.

    Hear from Teach For America corps members and alumni as they share their…

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    GIS Day 2020

    GIS Day is an annual event for students, staff, faculty and the broader community to learn more about geographic information systems (GIS) and to celebrate the power of geospatial analysis and visualization in answering research questions…

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    Celebrate International Education Week

    Case Western Reserve University is celebrating International Education Week November 9 to 13 and it’s packed with events for you to enjoy.

    The Center for International Affairs is kicking things off with a free #YouAreWelcomeHereCWRU face mask…

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    Alumni Insight Speaker Series: “Embracing Change”

    The College of Arts and Sciences, Case School of Engineering and Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education are pleased to host the third event in the Alumni Insight Speaker Series.

    A discussion titled “Embracing Change” will be held Monday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. ET.

    In…

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    “Decolonizing Wealth,” author talk with Edgar Villanueva

    What if wealth could be used to connect, heal, and restore? Edgar Villanueva, globally-recognized expert on social justice philanthropy and award-winning author of "Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance," seeks to answer these questions in his…

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    Fall Leadership Series: “Inclusive Leadership”

    What does it mean to lead inclusively? How do we move beyond buzzwords to actions that cultivate a climate that values and honors all voices? How do we ensure our actions as leaders do not unintentionally create exclusion?

    Led by Dana Lawless-Andric, associate vice president of…

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    CWRUinCLE Live: Virtual opportunities to connect with Cleveland from wherever you are

    Join the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning's Executive Council for a live Zoom event to hear about unique community assets from Cleveland changemakers. Participating can also count towards CCEL’s CWRUinCLE Challenge, a self-paced fall 2020 semester contest to receive a digital badge…

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    De-stress with Mindfulness Hour

    Interested in mindfulness? Need some time to decompress? Join University Health and Counseling Services for a variety of guided mindfulness exercises during Mindfulness Hour.

    Mindfulness hour will take place each Wednesday beginning Nov. 4, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET.