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Cleveland Humanities Festival explores immigration

The history and contemporary shape of immigration in Northeast Ohio—itself a rich fabric of diverse neighborhoods and cultural traditions—sets the stage for the second annual Cleveland Humanities Festival. Most of the events—lectures, exhibits, theatrical performances, tours and films—are free and

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Cleveland Humanities Festival explores immigration

The history and contemporary shape of immigration in Northeast Ohio—itself a rich fabric of diverse neighborhoods and cultural traditions—sets the stage for the second annual Cleveland Humanities Festival. Most of the events—lectures, exhibits, theatrical performances, tours and films—are free and

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Social justice workshop Saturday: Youth activism and justice

Join Social Justice Institute for its annual PowerUP! Student & Youth Leadership Conference Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Community Studies Center for a daylong workshop focusing on youth activism and the central

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Social justice workshop Saturday: Youth activism and justice

Join Social Justice Institute for its annual PowerUP! Student & Youth Leadership Conference Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Community Studies Center for a daylong workshop focusing on youth activism and the central

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Tuesday diversity lecture discusses human uniqueness

The Power of Diversity Lecture Series continues next week with a talk by CWRU philosophy faculty member Laura Hengehold about how philosophy reveals and conceals human uniqueness. When: Tuesday, March 28 | 3 p.m. Where: Thinkham Veale University Center Register to join the

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Tuesday diversity lecture discusses human uniqueness

The Power of Diversity Lecture Series continues next week with a talk by CWRU philosophy faculty member Laura Hengehold about how philosophy reveals and conceals human uniqueness. When: Tuesday, March 28 | 3 p.m. Where: Thinkham Veale University Center Register to join the

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Wednesday: Learn the do’s and don’ts of public speaking

Join the Toastmasters Club Wednesday, Mar 22 for a Public Speaking Symposium. The event will take place from  from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom B. There will be an interactive session conducted to share the Toastmasters’ way

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Wednesday: Learn the do’s and don’ts of public speaking

Join the Toastmasters Club Wednesday, Mar 22 for a Public Speaking Symposium. The event will take place from  from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom B. There will be an interactive session conducted to share the Toastmasters’ way

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Considering management? Weatherhead Open House next Friday

Interested in studying business? Stop by the Spring Weatherhead Open House Friday, March 24 to learn more about academic programs in accounting, business management, economics, finance, innovation and entrepreneurship, international business, marketing, organizational leadership and supply chain management. Undergraduate students are

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Considering management? Weatherhead Open House next Friday

Interested in studying business? Stop by the Spring Weatherhead Open House Friday, March 24 to learn more about academic programs in accounting, business management, economics, finance, innovation and entrepreneurship, international business, marketing, organizational leadership and supply chain management. Undergraduate students are

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Pitch your business concept by Monday for chance at prize money

ideaLabs is an annual business idea competition presented by the Entrepreneurial Education Consortium (EEC). Each spring, Case Western Reserve University and 10 other colleges and universities in Northeast Ohio select one undergraduate student entrepreneurial team as their representative in the

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Pitch your business concept by Monday for chance at prize money

ideaLabs is an annual business idea competition presented by the Entrepreneurial Education Consortium (EEC). Each spring, Case Western Reserve University and 10 other colleges and universities in Northeast Ohio select one undergraduate student entrepreneurial team as their representative in the

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Tuesday: Celebrate International Women’s Day with panel on women entreprenuers

Join a distinguished panel of women helping support female immigrant entrepreneurship here in Cleveland. Join International Student Services and Flora Stone Mather Center for Women Tuesday to hear perspectives on growth, obstacles and the unique perspective many immigrants are bringing to

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Tuesday: Celebrate International Women’s Day with panel on women entreprenuers

Join a distinguished panel of women helping support female immigrant entrepreneurship here in Cleveland. Join International Student Services and Flora Stone Mather Center for Women Tuesday to hear perspectives on growth, obstacles and the unique perspective many immigrants are bringing to

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This weekend: performances on identity, orientation, anatomy

Tickets are now available for this weekend’s performances of Genital Monologues, a more encompassing revamp of the Vagina Monologues, which is geared at understanding how the experiences of community members are shaped by their identity. These experiences may include, but are not

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This weekend: performances on identity, orientation, anatomy

Tickets are now available for this weekend’s performances of Genital Monologues, a more encompassing revamp of the Vagina Monologues, which is geared at understanding how the experiences of community members are shaped by their identity. These experiences may include, but are not

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Wednesday orchestra concert explores role of music during the Holocaust

The Cleveland Orchestra will perform a “Violins of Hope” education concert next week in a collaborative event featuring both music and theater. Through music and spoken dialogue, artists explore the critical roles music played in the lives of Jewish people before,

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Wednesday orchestra concert explores role of music during the Holocaust

The Cleveland Orchestra will perform a “Violins of Hope” education concert next week in a collaborative event featuring both music and theater. Through music and spoken dialogue, artists explore the critical roles music played in the lives of Jewish people before,

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March workshops on storytelling, GIS maps

CaseLearns workshops take place all semester long, teaching members of the CWRU community technical and informational skills. This instructional resource, available through Kelvin Smith Library, offers workshops on topics from 3-D printing to copyright and fair use. Review the March schedule

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March workshops on storytelling, GIS maps

CaseLearns workshops take place all semester long, teaching members of the CWRU community technical and informational skills. This instructional resource, available through Kelvin Smith Library, offers workshops on topics from 3-D printing to copyright and fair use. Review the March schedule

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