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    Library advisors and resources available to assist students

    As we pass the midpoint of the fall semester, be assured that your Library Advisor is ready to help you take full advantage of Kelvin Smith Library’s many student-focused services and resources.…

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    Become a peer tutor

    Peer Tutors are trained to work with students on an individual and/or small-group basis. Tutors can help clarify course content and assignments, connect class notes and reading and practice problem solving.

    Recruitment for new peer tutors is about to begin. If you are interested in…

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    Celebrate Homecoming Oct. 21-24

    Homecoming is an opportunity for Case Western Reserve University alumni, students, faculty and staff to show their Spartan spirit. Homecoming begins today (Oct. 21) and continues through Sunday, Oct. 24.

    Explore the full schedule of…

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    Review your mid-semester grades and finish the semester strong

    Mid-semester grades are now available in the Student Information System (SIS). You can view them by selecting “Grades” from the drop-down menu in the academics section of the main student center screen.

    Mid-semester grades will give you a sense of your current standing in each of…

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    Make the most of your fall break

    By Kat Walcott ’22

    Whether you are going home, vacationing, or staying on campus, fall break is a time for you to rest, rejuvenate, and return ready to finish out the rest of the semester. This year, fall break is Monday, Oct. 18 and Tuesday, Oct. 19, meaning you have a…

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    Rest, recharge and be well

    Stress is everywhere and our bodies respond to the way we think, feel and act. We strive for wellness in all areas of our lives in order to achieve academically, chart our career paths, and to advance our personal lives and relationships. As fall break begins, take time to check in with…

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    Enter for a chance to have dinner with Michelle Obama in Washington, D.C.

    Would you like to have dinner with Michelle Obama in Washington, D.C.? A Case Western Reserve University student will be selected to join a small number of college students for dinner and a conversation with the former first lady.

    Dinner will be held the evening of Monday, Nov. 8,…

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    Financial Wellness: A College Students' Guide to Budgeting 2.0

    Case Western Reserve and PNC Bank are partnering to offer a Financial Wellness Series. Interested in learning the essentials of personal finance and enhancing your financial literacy? This program series is for you.

    The next session, titled “A College Students' Guide to Budgeting 2.…

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    Secure a remote externship this fall

    Case Western Reserve University partners with Paragon One to offer CWRU students exclusive access to their 8-week Remote Externship program. Remote Externships are short-term, project-based professional experiences that…

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    Celebrate President Eric W. Kaler’s inauguration with special activities next week

    The inauguration of President Eric W. Kaler will take place at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, in Amasa Stone Chapel. Leading up to the ceremony, the campus community is invited to celebrate next week with a series of special activities, including sweets, local discounts and a social media…

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    Tips to help you prepare for midterms

    By Kat Walcott ’22

    Study guides

    If your professor gives you a study guide, begin filling it out early. While study guides are unlikely to contain 100% of the information the professor will test you on, they are a good place to start. When professors are creating…

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    Participate in the Summer Experience Survey

    Sophomores, juniors and seniors received an invitation via email to participate in the Summer Experience Survey.

    The survey asks about your participation in experiential education activities including internships, research, shadowing and more during summer 2021. Results are used for…

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    Consider research opportunities with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

    The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University are looking for up to 10 students to work on one of two projects mentored by CWRU faculty from the Department of Computer and Data Sciences. Students from a variety of disciplines, including computer and data sciences…

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    Grants available to support experiential learning and research about childhood and adolescence

    The Schubert Center for Child Studies is currently accepting proposals for the Welter-Muzic Undergraduate Research Fellowship grants to support child and adolescent-focused research and conferences. The funds are available to undergraduate…

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    Start your side hustle

    Are you thinking about starting a side hustle? Or are you already working on one? The Entrepreneurship Education Consortium (EEC) can help you explore or grow your business idea through the Side Hustle program.

    Sign up for the…

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    Maximize your CWRU experience with experiential education

    Your entire time as an undergraduate is filled with opportunities to learn, from your classes and extracurricular activities on campus to study abroad and co-op programs with employers in Cleveland and around the country. You might work with faculty on research, create your own company,…

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    Check out upcoming wellness programs

    University Health and Counseling Services has several programs coming up in September and October.

    Review the list and find an activity that’s right for you:

    Fitness and Physical Activity: A balance in the academic schedule

    Wednesday, Sept. 29, from noon to 1 p…

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    CWRU Care: Mental health support wherever you are

    Case Western Reserve University offers CWRU Care, a 24/7 mental telehealth care service that students can access from wherever they are.

    Through CWRU Care, students…

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    Explore fun “fall things” to do in Cleveland

    By Sarah Kugelmas ’23

    Sometimes, fall gets folks a little “down.” The days get shorter and the weather gets colder. So, we’re taking a moment to celebrate and share some of our favorite fall activities.

    There are plenty of things to do this fall in Cleveland that…

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    Calling all undergrads: The admission office wants to share your story!

    The Office of Undergraduate Admissions wants to share your experiences and stories with prospective students.

    We know that our current students’ experiences are important to high schoolers considering CWRU, and we know you have great insiders’ information to share. Share your…

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    Check out tips from the library

    Did you know the Kelvin Smith Library library advisors send a monthly newsletter to keep you updated on tips and resources?

    The September issue of the Kelvin Smith Library's Library Advisor newsletter is now available. In this issue, you can learn how to reserve a study space online…

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    Celebrate the Asian Mid-Autumn Festival

    All Case Western Reserve University students are invited to celebrate the Asian Mid-Autumn Festival with the Center for International Affairs on Tuesday, Sept. 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. on the Kelvin Smith Library Oval. 

    The Asian Mid-Autumn…

  • Mark your calendar for Hispanic Heritage Month events

    From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Case Western Reserve University will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a long list of activities.

    Activities begin Sept. 15 as five Latin American countries celebrate Independence that day in 1821, including: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala,…

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    Make career consulting appointments based on your career interests

    When it comes to planning your future, look beyond your major. Think about where you want to go after graduation and how your major is simply one tool to get you there. Careers are not always linear. Don’t count on a direct or obvious path from your major to your dream job post-…

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    Sept. 17 Day of Dialogue launches new year for Sustained Dialogue program

    The Case Western Reserve University Sustained Dialogue program brings together individuals from various backgrounds to discuss campus, local and national issues of concern, including diversity and inclusion matters.  Participants share and learn about identity and deepen their connections…