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New Dance Org DOPEamine Invites You to Join!

Wednesday, Feb 21, 6 pm
Medical School (Robbins E321/323)

Started last year by Case Medical students, DOPEamine runs from January to April each year, gathering members together for a couple hours each week to learn new choreography from other members to feed that dancer's soul inside us all. Members teach choreography on a rotating business and past sessions have included choreography from 1Million Dance Studios, Millennium Dance Complex and original choreography in styles as varied as hip hop, jazz and Kpop. We meet every Wednesday from 6-8pm in...

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Engineers Week Jolly Trivia Night

Tuesday, Feb 20, 6:30 pm
The Jolly Scholar

Unwind with your friends  while testing your trivia.  FREE food and drinks.  And PRIZES for the winners!

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Treat your Valentine (and Yourself) to a Mitchell's Scoop

Send cards to your dear ones on campus this Valentines week. All you have to do is collect cards from the Office of Student Activities and Leadership in Tinkham Veale Center Suite 148, fill in your message, and seal it in an envelope marked with the Case ID of the recipient! You can choose to mention your name and contact details or send a secret card to someone you admire. Cards will be collected on Feb 6th - 13th between 9AM-5PM. 

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Open Forum Q&A with President Snyder and Vice President of Student Affairs, Lou Stark

Thank you all for attending last week's GSC General Assembly meeting. We solicited questions from GSC Representatives from every school, chose questions that pertained to each school, and were able to ask both President Snyder and Vice President of Student Affairs, Lou Stark at the GA. Unanswered questions will be asked separately and emailed out. Please view the complete Q&A from the Open Forum on the meeting minutes on our website: https://orgsync.com/119156/files/1276185

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On Campus Graduate Assistantships Available for 2018-19

These positions are open to students enrolled in graduate courses as degree-seeking students at Case Western Reserve University or a neighboring institution. Graduate Assistants will have the opportunity to strengthen presentation, organization, writing and communication skills while enhancing project management skills. We strive to provide opportunities for graduate assistants in discovering and incubating areas of interest. Please read each of the position descriptions...

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Graduate Student Workshop Series: Increasing Your Scholarly Impact

Tuesday, Apr 24, 4 pm

Due to popular demand, Kelvin Smith Library’s Graduate Student Workshop Series is coming back this spring. Working in partnership with the Lillian & Milford Harris Library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Kelvin Smith Library will be hosting a series of workshops to support graduate students as they prepare for book and journal publications, conference presentations, and other forms of scholarly research.

The workshop series will...

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Graduate Student Workshop Series: Increasing Your Scholarly Impact

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3 pm

Due to popular demand, Kelvin Smith Library’s Graduate Student Workshop Series is coming back this spring. Working in partnership with the Lillian & Milford Harris Library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Kelvin Smith Library will be hosting a series of workshops to support graduate students as they prepare for book and journal publications, conference presentations, and other forms of scholarly research.

The workshop series will...

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Graduate Student Workshop Series: Increasing Your Scholarly Impact

Thursday, Mar 29, 4 pm

Due to popular demand, Kelvin Smith Library’s Graduate Student Workshop Series is coming back this spring. Working in partnership with the Lillian & Milford Harris Library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Kelvin Smith Library will be hosting a series of workshops to support graduate students as they prepare for book and journal publications, conference presentations, and other forms of scholarly research.

The workshop series will...

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Graduate Student Workshop Series: Increasing Your Scholarly Impact

Tuesday, Mar 6, 4 pm

Due to popular demand, Kelvin Smith Library’s Graduate Student Workshop Series is coming back this spring. Working in partnership with the Lillian & Milford Harris Library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Kelvin Smith Library will be hosting a series of workshops to support graduate students as they prepare for book and journal publications, conference presentations, and other forms of scholarly research.

The workshop series will...

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Graduate Student Workshop Series: Increasing Your Scholarly Impact

Tuesday, Feb 13, 3 pm

Due to popular demand, Kelvin Smith Library’s Graduate Student Workshop Series is coming back this spring. Working in partnership with the Lillian & Milford Harris Library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Kelvin Smith Library will be hosting a series of workshops to support graduate students as they prepare for book and journal publications, conference presentations, and other forms of scholarly research.

The workshop series will...

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Graduate Student Workshop Series: Increasing Your Scholarly Impact

Thursday, Feb 22, 4 pm

Due to popular demand, Kelvin Smith Library’s Graduate Student Workshop Series is coming back this spring. Working in partnership with the Lillian & Milford Harris Library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Kelvin Smith Library will be hosting a series of workshops to support graduate students as they prepare for book and journal publications, conference presentations, and other forms of scholarly research.

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It's Valentine Pen Pal Week

Send cards to your dear ones on campus this Valentine's week. All you have to do is collect cards from the Office of Student Activities and Leadership in Tinkham Veale Center, fill in your message, and seal it in an envelope marked with the Case ID of the recipient! You can choose to mention your name and contact details or send a secret card to someone you admire. Cards will be collected on Feb 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th between 9AM and 5PM.

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Valentine Pen Pal Week

Feb 6 - Feb 13

Send cards to your dear ones on campus this Valentines week. All you have to do is collect cards from the Office of Student Activities and Leadership in Tinkham Veale Center Suite 148, fill in your message, and seal it in an envelope marked with the Case ID of the recipient! You can choose to mention your name and contact details or send a secret card to someone you admire. Cards will be collected on Feb 6th - 13th between 9AM-5PM. 

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2018-2019 Residence Life Graduate Staff Applications DUE 2/11/18!

Greetings all,

Residence Life is still recruiting for both the 2018-2019 Academic Year Assistant Residential College/Community Director (ARCD) positions and the Summer 2018 Assistant Residential Community Director (ARCD) position. We are looking for some qualified candidates for next year and do not recruit from any specific programs at CWRU, you just need to be enrolled in a degree-seeking graduate program. I have included information below regarding our different...

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Think Forum Lecture featuring Harvard Professor Jill Lepore

Wednesday, Mar 7, 6 pm
Maltz Performing Arts Center

Think Forum lectures allow the campus community to engage with prominent academic leaders and national experts across a range of disciplines.

Jill Lepore, Harvard professor, historian and staff writer for The New Yorker, kicks off the spring Think Forum series on Wednesday, March 7 at 6:00 PM at the Maltz Performing Arts Center with her talk, "American History from Beginning to End." Lepore will explore the question, "can a divided nation have a shared past?" and discuss the...

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Lead a High School Class for DNA Day

DNA Day is approaching! This is a great opportunity to get out of your corner of campus and perform fun strawberry DNA extraction experiments with local 9th and 10th graders. If you are not a scientist or this is your first DNA Day, we can certainly pair you with a partner with experience. All of the materials for the experiment as well as a Powerpoint to follow along will be provided to you to give the presentation.

We will be visiting schools on Friday, April 27th, 2018. Please...

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Special General Assembly: Open Forum with President Snyder and Vice President Stark (Student Affairs)

February 7th, 2018 | 5:30 - 6:30 PM | Toepfer Room, Second Floor Adelbert Hall

Join us at our February GSC General Assembly Meeting where President Snyder and Vice President for Student Affairs Lou Stark will be invited to speak on the State of the University as it pertains to graduate students. Afterwards, we will open the floor for GSC representatives and any graduate students to ask questions and raise any concerns that you may have, but please RSVP via this OrgSync event to...

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Strengths "Questival" Kick-off

Thursday, Feb 1, 11:30 am
Thwing Atrium

Stop by the Strengths "Questival" Kick-Off Event for carnival games, snacks and prizes while learning more about Strengths Month. The Office of Student Activities and Leadership is excited to host a series of programs that will give students the opportunity to discover and apply their strengths. From February 1 through February 28, students will have the opportunity to take the CliftonStrengths (formerly known as StrengthsQuest) assessment for FREE (there is typically a $10 charge) with...

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GSC Happy Hour Returns

GSC welcomes all the students to the spring semester!!

Get yourself a free drink or an ice-cream coupon during the Happy hour on Thursday the 25th of January between 7-8pm!

See you all at ABC @ 7 pm

 

 

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Greek Life House Director Position

The Greek Life House Director is a 10-month live-in position that assists the Greek Life staff in completion of activities and tasks involving the administration and operation of the building, serves as a resource and paraprofessional counselor, monitors and documents student conduct, and reports and monitors building operations within an assigned facility. The House Director assists the chapter by working with the chapter’s leadership, executive board, and individual members. The...

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Co-op Info Sessions

Friday, Jan 26, 12:30 pm
Nord 410

On behalf of the Cooperative Education Program we invite you to attend one of our info sessions and consider applying for the co-op program!

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Co-op Info Sessions

Wednesday, Jan 24, 4 pm
Nord 356

On behalf of the Cooperative Education Program we invite you to attend one of our info sessions and consider applying for the co-op program!

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Spring Semester Update from GSC

Dear Graduate Students, 

On behalf of the Graduate Student Council, I would like you to wish you a great Spring semester 2018! With new year comes great changes, and the GSC would like to introduce to you our new logo. You can see it at facebook.com/cwrugsc, and follow our page while you're there. You'll want to stay updated about all the exciting things we have planned for the coming months. 

Best,

Leah Plasek - VP of Public Relations

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