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CWRU Graduate Student Health Survey

The Student Life Committee of GSC wants to learn more about health care and insurance affordability for graduate students. Please fill out this brief poll using the following link before Friday, December 8th. Your data will be kept anonymous. If you would like to be entered in a drawing for free Mitchell's ice cream, please give your email at the end of the survey. We will use the data we collect to advocate for student needs. Thank...

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Discover CLE this January

Explore Cleveland even before classes begin this spring semester by immersing yourself in the Cleveland neighborhoods of St. Clair Superior and AsiaTown with the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning's (CCEL) new Cleveland Neighborhood Immersion program. Visit local art galleries and makerspaces in the eclectic St. Clair Superior, explore AsiaTown’s delicious restaurants and grocery stores, learn about Cleveland’s immigration history, and even have a chance to karaoke and...

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RTA Pass Vote Needed!

Your vote matters! Vote here: https://goo.gl/forms/2YT4qKO0SpJQjZHf2

The GSC Student Life Committee would like to help graduate students receive cheaper RTA passes. The current graduate student rate is $75/semester for students taking 9 credits or more; $95/month for students taking less than 9 credits.

RTA passes can be offered at a reduced rate of $25/semester, but would require all graduate students to purchase them(an additional charge to tuition). The Graduate Student...

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GSMH Student Lecture Series Event

Wednesday, Dec 6, 12:15 pm
Bioethics Conference Room TA200 1st floor of Sears

The first installment of the 2017-2018 GSMH Student Lecture Series will be on Wednesday, December 6th from 12:15pm-1:15pm in the bioethics conference room. The talk will be given by Megan Schmidt-Sane, MPH, who is a PhD student in anthropology at CWRU. She will be talking about her ethnographic research with male partners of female sex workers in Kampala, Uganda.

Please RSVP at this link if you plan on attending: https://goo.gl/forms/8kvBwXYOoddueSs92. As usual, lunch will...

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CCEL Alternative Spring Breaks

Spend a week in service, learn about a new issue and community, and make new friends during Spring Break this March 2018 with the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning’s (CCEL) Alternative Breaks program! Break offerings will focus on the issues of mass incarceration (southeast Michigan), refugee resettlement (Columbus, Ohio), or environmental restoration (Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia). Visit CCEL’s Alternative Break page...

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Night of 100 Dinner's - Cause an Effect!

Wednesday, Nov 8, 5 pm
Chipotle at 11452 Euclid Ave

Join us to raise funds for UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital by having a bite at Chipotle on 11/8/17 at Euclid or Aladdin's Eatery on 11/11/17 at Cleveland Heights, Kindly mention at checkout or present the flyer.

Have a bite and Help a Child~

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Congrats to the newly elected GSC VP's for the 3 open positions!

During our November General Assembly Meeting, we held elections for our 3 open VP positions for next semester. Congratulations to our newest executive members:

Co-VPs of Social and Special Programs: Faraz Ahmed & Dhvani Valia  VP of Student Organizations: Esmaeel Asadi  VP of Diversity and Inclusion: Melissa Perlman

Don't forget that you can check out our slideshows from past GA meetings on our OrgSync Portal: https://orgsync.com/119156/files/1276185

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RAD Rape Aggression Defense Program

Wednesday, Nov 29, 12 pm

I am happy to announce that the CWRU Police Department will be hosting an up-coming Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) Program this fall at no charge to you!

The dates for the course will be:

Wednesday, November 1st - 5:30 to 8:30 pm  Wednesday, November 8th - 5:30 to 8:30 pm  Wednesday, November 15th - 5:30 to 8:30 pm  Wednesday, November 29th - 5:30 to 8:30 pm  If you are interested in signing up for this class; please e-mail Patricia Cannon back with your full name, phone...

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SIS User Experience Survey

The Student Information System (SIS) Team is asking for your feedback to learn about successes and challenges with the Student Information System. Our hope is to better understand how to improve the experience for students by providing a more intuitive and modern experience in the Student Center, which is one of the goals of the SIS Upgrade Project that is scheduled to go live this upcoming summer.  The survey can be found...

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Discounted Cleveland Monster's Tickets

SpartanTHON is selling discounted tickets to the Cleveland Monster's vs. Chicago Wolves game on December 8th. The 12/8 game features a 1-2-3 Friday of $1 Pepsi products, $2 Sugardale hot dogs, and $3 beer and an ice-scraper giveaway.

This partnership aims to raise funds and community awareness for the kids at UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, as well as to provide CWRU students and faculty with an enjoyable Cleveland experience.

Individual tickets are...

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Think Forum lecture featuring education strategist Deborah Bial

Tuesday, Nov 28, 6 pm
Maltz Performing Arts Center

Case Western Reserve University's Think Forum lecture series continues on Tuesday, November 28 at 6PM with a talk by education strategist Deborah Bial, president and founder of The Posse Foundation. Bial will discuss “Diversity and Higher Education: Its Complicated Context.” Joining Bial in conversation will be Ithaca College President Shirley Collado, the first Posse alumna to become a university president. Collado is known nationally for designing and implementing innovative approaches...

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MONTHLY GSC HAPPY HOUR!

Its time for the GSC happy hour again! Join us tomorrow, November 2nd between 7 and 8pm at Jolly Scholar to get a coupon for a free drink or scoop of Mitchell’s ice-cream.

 

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Graduate Student Coaching

The Office of Student Activities & Leadership and the Graduate Studies Professional Development Center is pleased to offer a new session of graduate student coaching.A trained coach partners with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.

We anchor the coaching in intentional change theory. To learn more go...

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Saturday of Service

Saturday, Nov 4, All Day

The annual Fall Saturday of Service on November 4 is open to all CWRU students, staff, and faculty! The day of service, organized by the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning (CCEL) in collaboration with the Office of Greek Life and the Office of Community Relations, features on-campus and off-campus projects throughout the day. Visit https://orgsync.com/117627/events to sign-up for a project that interests you! Transportation is provided and registration closes Wednesday,...

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Fall Feast

Wednesday, Nov 8, 5:30 pm
Thwing Ballroom

Come connect with fellow graduate students at a free dinner on November 8th, 5:30-7:30PM in Thwing Ballroom! The evening will begin with the offering of an Indigenous Land Acknowledgement by Dr. Susan Rose Dominguez. Please arrive promptly. The remainder of the evening will be led by you! Partake in a variety of food, photos, and good vibes all around. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal food options available.

Fall Feast tickets have sold out! If you are interested...

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GSC Co-sponsorship

Hey all,

I just wanted to remind you that in order to be considered for *GSC co-sponsorship*, you need to submit your request at least a *month before your event*. You will also need to *attend a GSC exec meeting*. Those meetings take place once a month on the 3rd Monday of the month from 5:30-7:30 pm, typically in Tomlinson 135. It is important to have much of the *logistics for your event determined* by the time you come to the GSC exec meeting. In addition, you *should...

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Kelvin Smith Library Graduate Student Feedback Sessions

Thursday, Nov 9, 5 pm

Would you like to give your thoughts about the Graduate Student Research Commons and/or  graduate services that are offered by the library and help make them better through your input?

Kelvin Smith Library (KSL) will be offering 2 sessions for graduate students to give thoughts and feedback.

As a thank you for participating we will be providing dinner and $10 Amazon Gift Cards to the students that would like to participate.

Please fill out the form...

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Kelvin Smith Library Graduate Student Feedback Sessions

Tuesday, Nov 7, 5 pm

Would you like to give your thoughts about the Graduate Student Research Commons and/or  graduate services that are offered by the library and help make them better through your input?

Kelvin Smith Library (KSL) will be offering 2 sessions for graduate students to give thoughts and feedback.

As a thank you for participating we will be providing dinner and $10 Amazon Gift Cards to the students that would like to participate.

Please fill out the form...

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Fall Feast Tickets Available Now Through Monday

 

Come connect with fellow graduate students at a free dinner on November 8th, 5:30-7:30PM in Thwing Ballroom! The evening will begin with the offering of an Indigenous Land Acknowledgement by Dr. Susan Rose Dominguez. Please arrive promptly. The remainder of the evening will be led by you! Partake in a variety of food, photos, and good vibes all around. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal food options available. RESERVE YOUR TICKET at...

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Save the Date: Fall Feast

Come connect with fellow graduate students at a free dinner on November 8th, 5:30-7:30PM in Thwing Ballroom! The evening will begin with the offering of an Indigenous Land Acknowledgement by Dr. Susan Rose Dominguez. Please arrive promptly. The remainder of the evening will be led by you! Partake in a variety of food, photos, and good vibes all around. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal food options available. RESERVE YOUR TICKET at case.universitytickets.com. Tickets...

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Message for the GSC President: Participate in Choosing the Next Provost

Happy Monday Everyone!

I hope that everyone is having a great semester so far. I am writing this message as I trust you are aware that the search for a new Provost has begun.  Several open forums for the Provost search discussion have been held so far, with only one left, this Wednesday, October 25 from 4 to 5 pm in the Student Organization Center at the Tinkham Veale. The purpose of these forums is to gather information to create a job description for the Provost search.  The main...

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Trick or Treat Scavenger Hunt Fundraiser - UNICEF at CWRU

Wednesday, Oct 25, 1 pm
Noble Commons of the Mandel School

The UNICEF club would like to host a “Trick or Treat Scavenger Hunt”. We have been tasked, along with all the other UNICEF clubs across the nation, to fundraise towards providing support for hurricane victims. Join us on Wednesday, October 25th for a quick and fun scavenger hunt in the Noble Commons of the Mandel School from 1pm to 2pm. Suggested donation fee: $2.

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Call for Volunteers: The Social Justice Institute "Think Tank: Educating for Struggle: State Violence, Then and Now"

Saturday, Nov 18, 2:45 pm
Tinkham Veale

Call to graduate students with an interest in social justice and/or volunteering! The Social Justice Institute is having their annual Think Tank on November 16th-18th at Tinkham Veale. This year's theme is “Educating for Struggle: State Violence, Then and Now” with keynote addresses by Ibram Kendi and Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz! Event is absolutely free. Volunteers are needed to scribe during breakout sessions from 2:45-3:45pm on Saturday, November 18th. Topics for each session...

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