November 7 @ 6:00 PM. Humanities majors are the most successful applicants to law schools! So it’s no surprise that many of Cleveland’s top lawyers spent their undergraduate years studying History, Art, English, and Philosophy. …Read more.
Each year, the Smithsonian offers some of the country’s best internships in the public humanities. There are positions available at virtually all of their archives, galleries, and museums. …Read more.
This luncheon is to cellebrate students who recently completed great internships! Come learn from the 2018 recipients of the Humanities@Work Summer Stipend program. It will be a fun and relaxed conversation. …Read more.
Have you considered applying for a competitive national fellowship or scholarship but don’t know where to start? This workshop will provide students with information on a variety of prestigious awards and aid them in determining the best opportunities to meet their interests. …Read more.
For students interested in social justice, ethics, human rights, and pre-law: The Office of Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Learning is hosting a talk about capital punishment and the death penalty on Friday, September 28, during the community hour. …Read more.
Wesley Lowery is a 2008 Shaker High School graduate whose work as a lead reporter on the Washington Post’s “Fatal Force” series examining police shootings earned him a Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting at the age of 25. …Read more.
Collaborative working lunches where you can talk through your vision for the future career and design an individualized plan for taking your next steps. The Humanities Meetups are offered by Lisa Grisez-Shullick, Assistant Director, Student Experience Post Graduate Planning & Experiential Education, and Brian Clites, Associate Director of the Baker-Nord Center. …Read more.
Over this past summer, students from Tri-C and CWRU worked with faculty to study the life of former Cleveland mayor Carl B. Stokes, the first black mayor in the United States. …Read more.