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Free Tickets for Madeline Miller

CWRU Students can enjoy the Writers Center Stage Series for free this fall!  The event is co-hosted by CWRU and the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Student tickets are available via CampusGroups. With vivid characters, mesmerizing language and page-turning suspense, Madeline Miller’s Circe is an epic celebration of indomitable female strength...

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Find Research & Creative Opportunities

SOURCE (Support for Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors) will sponsor All About Finding Research and Creative Endeavors virtual information sessions this fall.These 50-minute information sessions provide students with the basic information for finding research on and around the CWRU campus during the academic year and provides some guidance for...

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Northstar: Entrepreneurship Workshop

Join Professor Michael Goldberg, expert on entrepreneurship, for an interactive workshop.  Saturday, September 12 2:30-4:00 PM EST In-person at Nord 400 or Online through Zoom Open to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Register here.  How is research on campus helping to address obstacles to entrepreneurship in local communities and beyond? How can you have...

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Careers in International Law

On Friday, September 18, CWRU School of Law Dean Michael Scharf will be speaking on: "Ten Things You Should Know about a Career in International Law." Dean Scharf might also address Covid-19's influence on law school admissions. Students can register via Handshake. The event is sponsored by the Office...

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Anti-Racism Lecture by Lawrence Ross

ACES and Interfraternity Congress/Panhellenic Council will host national best-seller and renowned speaker Lawrence Ross to speak on college campus climate and racism Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 6 p.m. EST via Zoom.Open to all members of the Case Western Reserve University community, Ross will present “Blackballed.” Based on his most recent...

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Think Beyond the Bubble Panel

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Know Your Neighbors will host a virtual community leader panel Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The panel will feature residents from the local Cleveland community who aim to spread awareness about activities happening in their neighborhoods. The residents will talk about...

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Virtual Open House Sessions

The Baker-Nord Center will host virtual Humanities@Work Open House events this spring. Interested prospective students and their families are welcome to participate. To register, please contact the CWRU Office of Admissions.  We know that family schedules are hectic right now, so the 60-minute sessions will be offered during different weekdays...

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Meet the CEO of Underwriters Laboratories

All humanities majors are invited to meet with Terrence "Terry" Brady, the new President and CEO of Underwriters Laboratories, during a special CWRU career opportunities talk this month. Underwriters Laboratories is an educational nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing curiosity and innovation. It is affiliated with the for-profit company UL,...

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