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.
The Office for Postgraduate Planning and Experiential Education is offering two career fair workshops. They are a tremendous resource for ensuring that you are prepared to get the most out of our Fall Career Fair. …Read more.
The 2018 CWRU Leadership Conference showcases the resources necessary to lead with purpose, so participants are inspired to positively impact our student organization and leadership community. …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.
Take the service challenge and become a Civic Engagement Scholar! The Civic Engagement Scholars program is endorsed by President Snyder and designed to promote and recognize meaningful student involvement in the Cleveland community. …Read more.
Three humanities students were among this year’s CWRU national fellowship winners. Congratulations to Rita Maricocchi ’18, Hannah Clarke ’21, and Matthew Thompson ’19! …Read more.