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Conquer the Fear of Public Speaking

Sunday, Sep 17, 6 pm
Sears Building - Room 354

CWRU Toastmasters Club will be hosting a public speaking workshop on campus. We will expose attendees to techniques of overcoming fear and nervousness associated with public speaking. Also, we are planning to introduce our club meetings and activities throughout the academic year.

Free dinner will be served at 6:00pm. The event begins at 6:30pm.

Location: Sears Building - Room 354  For further information or inquiries, please contact toastmastersexec@case.edu

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Tobacco Free Campus Policy

As a university that has a strong focus on health, implementing a tobacco free campus environment on July 1, 2017 was important. Tobacco use is one of the most significant lifestyle behaviors that negatively impacts health. Since there is no risk-free level of tobacco use, this policy includes a ban on all tobacco products. Reducing health risks and promoting the health and well-being of all that learn, live and work here are positive benefits associated with the reduction in use of...

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Graduate Student Library Open House

Wednesday, Sep 27, 4 pm
KSL Research Commons ( 2nd Floor)

All graduate students are welcome to attend an Open House Reception in the KSL Research Commons ( 2nd Floor) on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from 4:00pm - 6:00pm. Enjoy food and drink while learning about the library's services and resources for grads.

The Research Commons is a study area reserved only for graduate students and faculty. Whether you need a place to collaborate with a small group or just a quiet space to think, a quick scan of your CWRU ID will grant you access to...

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5 Things You Should Know About KSL

Kelvin Smith Library (KSL) is the main library supporting the teaching and research of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, with emphasis given to the College of Arts and Sciences, the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management.

World-class collections reside under our roof including state-of-the-art computer stations, classrooms, meeting areas, an art gallery and cafe, as well as comfortable and flexible spaces to support the...

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Volunteer at area nonprofits, transportation provided!

Registration is now open for the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning’s CCEL Serves program, which provides daily service opportunities and transportation to undergraduate and graduate students interested in volunteering at area nonprofits alongside a small group of peers. CCEL Serves includes both sites with a flexible commitment where volunteers can sign up to serve once or as often as their schedules allow as well as sites that require a weekly commitment of one...

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Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma Jolly Scholar Fundraiser Event

Thursday, Sep 14, 5 pm
The Jolly Scholar
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GSC Resolution on Charlottesville Passes

Hi everyone!

VP of Internal Communications here. We had our very first General Assembly meeting last Wednesday where GSC representatives from each school voted to pass both our GSC budget for the year as well as our resolution on Charlottesville. We as an executive board have so many exciting things planned this year - we hope to tackle the feeling of isolation between graduate students in the different schools by hosting various social events (including our monthly happy hours),...

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Welcome Reception for Multicultural Students, Faculty & Staff

Monday, Sep 11, 4:30 pm
Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A

The campus community is invited to attend this campus-wide event on September 11 at 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m,. in the Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A. The reception provides an opportunity to meet University President Barbara R. Snyder, establish new acquaintances, build relationships across campus and reconnect with friends.

 

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Fall 2017 Community Service & Internship Fair

Friday, Sep 15, 12:30 pm
Thwing Ballroom

The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning, the Career Center, and the Office of Government & Community Relations, invite all students, staff and faculty to stop by the Community Service & Internship Fair and learn about different ways to get involved in Cleveland and beyond. Over 50 non-profit organizations will be there promoting opportunities to make a difference in the community. The event will take place on Friday, September 15 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in Thwing Ballroom and...

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Deals for You on Welcome Week

As part of the GSC Welcome/Welcome Back Week Promotions, a variety of vendors around the university are offering discounts to Graduate Students!! Panini's Bar & Grill is offering 20% off entire food purchases! 

Promotion period: Monday 8/28- Friday 9/15 Present your CWRU ID to server. Address: 1825 Coventry Rd, Cleveland, OH 44118

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QGrad Kickoff

Wednesday, Sep 6, 6 pm
ABC the Tavern

All graduate and professional students welcome to join QGrad for a beginning of the year kickoff party!

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CWRU Science and Human Rights Coalition General Interest Meeting

Thursday, Sep 7, 6 pm
Kent Hale Smith Rm 146

Come join the CWRU Science and Human Rights Coalition to learn about how you can fight for the rights of scientists and humanity’s right to scientific progress. We are building a diverse, multidisciplinary coalition of scientists and human rights advocates passionate about human rights and scientific outreach.

All disciplines of students, staff, and faculty are welcome!

A light dinner will be served.

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Become a Civic Engagement Scholar

Graduate Students are invited to 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. Scholars commit to completing 50 community service hours, with at least 20 hours at one site during the academic year. To enhance their learning, scholars participate in education and reflection about civic engagement, community...

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Text Recycling Survey

You are invited to participate in the first extensive study of text recycling (often called “self-plagiarism”) in scientific writing. 

Text recycling is the reuse of prose or other textual material from one document in another document without the syntax of quotation, when the material serves the same purpose in both documents. Text recycling appears to be a common practice in many STEM fields.  Nevertheless, as scientific journals have begun using new plagiarism detection tools...

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GSC General Assembly Meeting

Wednesday, Sep 6, 5:30 pm
Toepfer Room, Adelbert Hall (2nd floor)

Welcome back graduate students!

The Graduate Student Council will be having our first General Assembly meeting to welcome all new and returning graduate students to campus. We will be discussing our budget for the year, plans for the upcoming year, as well as exciting upcoming events! All GSC reps are required to attend and all other graduate students are welcomed to this recurring meeting.

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The PhD Progress Collective

Recent research indicates that PhD students are at greater risk for depression and anxiety, face ever increasingly competitive job markets and, either in spite of or despite, only 50% of them complete their degree. These factors can make PhDing a lonely road, but it doesn’t have to be.

Join us in the PhD Progress Collective, a new year-long facilitated, group coaching program for all women and those who identify as women PhD students.

This new program will be facilitated by...

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GSC Recognition for Student Organizations

It's that time of year again to get your student organizations recognized by the Graduate Student Council! The recognition progress is really simple this year. If you already have an orgsync organization portal *all you have to do is go into the portal (as an administrator of that portal) and update the officer and roster information through the settings section of that portal.* Once you've made those changes, you're all set!

If you are a new student organization you can register...

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