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    Data Science research opportunities for all majors

    The Solar Durability and Lifetime Extension (SDLE) Research Center has exciting research opportunities for undergraduates interested in Data Science and building connections with national labs. 

    Beginning in the fall semester, the center’s one year collaboration with the National…

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    Brush up on best practices for virtual career fairs and events with employers

    Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is hosting two virtual career fairs during September. While the fairs are still a month away, we want to share…

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    Boost your resume this fall with a short-term, paid, micro-internship

    Parker Dewey is an online platform that connects you with  short-term, professional, paid work experiences through micro-internships which can be completed remotely. 

    Through micro-internships, you can demonstrate your skills, explore career paths, and develop your professional…

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    Make the most of your summer experience

    This summer you might be working with faculty on research, building your own company, or developing skills at your internship or co-op. This hands-on experiential learning is an important part of your career and post-graduate planning.

    As you build skills and navigate new working…

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    Review the July 15 message from the president and provost; Take action by July 23

    President Kaler and Provost Vinson wrote to the Case Western Reserve University community July 15 with important updates regarding vaccination requirements.

    Review the details of the July 15 message and…

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    Reflect and set goals

    Whether you’re in the midst of an internship or taking some well-deserved time off, summer is a great time to pause, reflect and set new goals. Maybe there’s something you’d like to accomplish before the fall semester begins or a new mindset you’d like to embrace going into a new academic…

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    SIS fall course registration closed for continuing undergraduates July 16 to 31

    Due to course registration for incoming first-year students, fall 2021 course registration access in the Student Information System (SIS) for continuing undergraduates will close Friday, July 16 at 3 p.m. EDT and will reopen Saturday, July 31 at 7 a.m. EDT. Other access to SIS will not be…

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    Meet the International Student Advisory Council

    The Office of International Student Services (ISS) created the International Student Advisory Council (ISAC) to improve support for and engagement with international students at Case Western Reserve University.

    The council includes undergraduate and graduate student representatives…

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    Too good to be true? How to spot scam job posts

    Handshake and other online job systems make it easier for you to find positions. Unfortunately, the same technology makes it easier for scammers to create fraudulent positions. While…

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    LGBT Center’s Harry Hawkins shares reflections and resources during Pride Month

    To learn more about Pride Month and how to best celebrate and be an ally at Case Western Reserve University, The Daily sat down with Harry Hawkins, who joined the university in October 2020 as the assistant director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,…

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    Check out virtual volunteer opportunities

    Serve anywhere, anytime through a virtual volunteer opportunity! Some of these opportunities allow you to begin immediately, while some require an application and ongoing commitment. Check out a recording of CCEL's…

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    Be kind to your mind (and body)

    Take time to look after your mind and body. Explore some of these apps and podcasts that focus on your health and well-being.

    Mental wellness:

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    Apply for a fellowship with the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship by June 20

    The Freedman Fellows Program is accepting applications from full-time students for the 2021–22 academic year. In addition to financial support, fellows also receive project guidance and technical assistance from experts at Kelvin Smith Library’s Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship.…

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    Purchase parking permits for fall semester

    First-come, first-served student parking permits became available June 8. Students now are able to purchase semester parking permits using the online parking system or in person at Access Services in Crawford…

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    Public access returns to Sears think[box]

    Public access to Sears think[box] resumed June 1. Stop by think[box] weekdays from noon to 7 p.m. EDT for a summer of making, innovating, and entrepreneurship. Please note, masks are still required while visiting.

    With the return of public access, Remote Services at think[box] have…

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    Reflect, engage and celebrate Juneteenth

    Case Western Reserve University will be closed Friday, June 18 in observance of Juneteenth.

    On June 19, 1865, Union Army Major General Gordon Granger stood in Galveston, Texas, and issued the order declaring “all slaves are free.” As Texas was the last state in the Confederacy to…

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    Congrats, grads! Celebrate the Class of 2021

    This week we celebrate the Case Western Reserve University Class of 2021.

    We’re incredibly proud of the contributions and accomplishments of the Class of 2021. Their CWRU experience is marked with many memorable moments, and the past year is certainly no exception.

    Help us…

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    thrive goes biweekly; next edition hits your inbox June 10

    Now that the academic year has concluded, it’s time to pause, celebrate and reflect. Acknowledge and appreciate your hard work this past year. Share well wishes with friends and classmates as your summer experiences begin. Reflect on all you’ve learned and be excited for what comes next.…

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    Graduating? Stay connected with Case Western Reserve University

    Graduation brings many emotions—all at once. You might feel excited to celebrate a major milestone, relief that finals are done for good, or maybe a little uncertainty about the future. If there’s one thing we’re certain of, it’s that whatever comes next is bound to be great.

    As an…

  • University closed June 18 in observance of Juneteenth

    On Friday, June 18, Case Western Reserve University will be closed for a Day of Observance in recognition of Juneteenth.

    Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of…

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    Don’t multitask everything

    By Sarah Kugelmas ’23

    It’s tempting to try to get more than one thing done at the same time. However when you try to do that, your attention will be divided between both tasks. It might actually take you longer—and you may make more mistakes—than if you were to devote all…

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    Nine CWRU students land prestigious Cleveland Foundation summer internships

    This summer, nine Case Western Reserve University students will embark on a “Summer of Purpose” as they begin their Cleveland Foundation Summer Internships.

    The Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship Program is a full-time, 11-week paid summer internship. Interns are placed with…

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    Review new Diversity Career Resources, available online

    The workforce is increasingly diverse and employers, advanced education programs and other organizations seek students and graduates from a variety of backgrounds. Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is committed to providing resources to support our diverse student body in…

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    Download special digital content to celebrate commencement

    As the Class of 2021 looks ahead to this year’s commencement celebrations, they can mark their accomplishments with a package of digital content to use and share online. Graduates are encouraged to use the hashtag #CWRUGrad2021 on social media and to tag CWRU on Facebook, Instagram (…

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    Got your shot? Let us know.

    As part of planning for the 2021-2022 academic year, university leaders are asking all faculty, staff and students to submit a copy of their vaccination card if they have received their COVID-19 shot(s).

    Knowing what proportion of the campus community is fully vaccinated is an…