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Humanities@Work in the Spotlight

The National Humanities Alliance has released a new report on exemplary humanities programs accross the country. Both Case Western Reserve's Baker-Nord Scholars program and our Humanities@Work initiative were featured as examples of successful strategies to support humanities undergraduates. The full report is available on the Study the Humanities website,...

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Humanities@Work: JOURNALISM

A panel of young journalists will discuss the opportunities and challenges of being a journalist in the twenty-first century. The event is Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 4:00 pm. Our distinguished guests include: Selena Simmons-Duffin reports on health policy and the coronavirus pandemic for NPR. Simmons-Duffin is also a former...

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GirlTrek Founder at Think Forum

The first Think Forum speaker this semester is T. Morgan Dixon, cofounder & CEO of GirlTrek. Dixon’s talk will center on the intersection of race and gender, entrepreneurship, public health, and how GirlTrek has brought communities together before and during the pandemic. Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 5 p.m.Presented by University...

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Congrats 2020 Guthrie Winners

Congratulations to the 2020 Guthrie Prize Winners!  There were 17 great entries this year, and the top participants were neck-and-neck across many categories on the judges' scoring rubric. In the end, four students were awarded cash prizes totalling $1200.  This year's recipients were: First place  - Sierra Grabowska, Theater ’22 “Micro-hospitalization...

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Meet With Bestselling Authors

You can meet some of the leading authors visiting Cleveland this semester!  Through our partnership with the Cuyahoga County Public Library, CWRU students have the opportunity to have our students participate in these exciting programs. You can RSVP on Campus Groups. Wednesday, March 3, 7:00 PM Author: Yotam Ottolenghi in conversation with...

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Funded Remote Micro-Internships!

Remote Micro-Internships for Humanities Students We've teamed up with local nonprofits to create a series of spring "micro-internship" projects that are designed specifically for CWRU humanities students! Each internship will vary in length and scope, but all of them fall within these parameters: All projects are remote (no in-person contact) ...

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CWRU Wall Street Walk

The CWRU Wall Street Walk is designed especially to introduce non-business majors to the opportunities that they can find in business, finance, and related areas in New York City. The trek will involve individual meetings and panel discussions with a broad range of institutions and alumni across many facets...

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CCEL Social Change Series

In collaboration with campus and community partners, the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning (CCEL) is pleased to continue its new series highlighting monthly a different form of civic engagement that contributes to social change. February’s theme is Advocacy. Explore one of the many opportunities to hear from Cleveland...

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