February 03, 2009

“Effects on Emotional and Behavioral Problems from Early Childhood Through Adolescence”.

This discussion will be held in the 1914 Lounge, Thwing Center, from 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. A light lunch is provided. RSVPs appreciated but are not necessary.

On Tuesday, February 10, 2009, The Schubert Center for Child Studies cordially invites you to attend a presentation by, Arin Connell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology entitled, “Effects on Emotional and Behavioral Problems from Early Childhood Through Adolescence”.


Dani Altieri Marinucci and Johanne Belzile from The Parent to Parent Network, will join us to discuss the implications of this important issue.

December 04, 2008

Child Policy Class

Hi Everyone,

I took this class a few semesters ago when it went to Columbus, not DC. It was amazing! The DC trip should be even better, with all of the changes coming up.


Child Policy Class with Spring Break Learning Component in Washington DC- (CHST 302 or ANTH 307)

· Learn about major Federal legislation impacting children, youth and families

· Meet with legislators and their staff, advocacy groups, think tanks, researchers, etc.

· See first hand how policy is made – (hear congressional testimony and legislative sessions as policy is being debated and made).

· Fully paid for trip to Washington DC over spring break


* Class is currently scheduled for 4 to 6:30 on Mondays - but we will not meet weekly because the bulk of class time will be spent in DC. Please let us know if the class time presents a conflict. We may be able to adjust the schedule to meet student needs.

* Students who participated in our experiential learning class in 2007 in Columbus OH, may be able to participate this year as well.

Come talk to us to learn more or to let us know of your interest and we will issue you a permit to register.

* We are finalizing plans for our trip to Washington DC so please contact us now if you are interested or would like more information about either of these opportunities.

November 18, 2008

Toy Drive for KIDS

Holiday Toy Drive


Omicron Delta Epsilon is hosting a holiday toy drive today through November 21 and November 24 and 25.

Tables will be located in the Peter B. Lewis Building and Nord Hall from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the drive.

Donations of new toys, cash and CaseCash (November 24 and 25 only) will be accepted.

All donations will go to Transitional Housing Inc.'s Family Program Christmas celebration.

Contact Ashley Solomon aes30@case.edu with questions.

November 01, 2008

Civic Engagement Fellows Program

PAID OPPORTUNITY: $9.00/hr
Civic Engagement Fellows Program

Are you a first year student looking to be more active in the community? Do you want to be part of a team of service-minded individuals? Do you want to learn more about the challenges and treasures of Cleveland -- while getting paid?

Eight first year students will have the opportunity to become

Civic Engagement Fellows.

Civic Engagement Fellows:

* Will dedicate 4-6 hours per week during the spring semester working for non-profit organizations in Cleveland

* Will participate in seminars that will foster leadership, teambuilding and an understanding of the Cleveland community

* Are compensated $9/hour for their participation

For more information please contact Betsy Banks, CCEL, ewb@case.edu.

October 23, 2008

2008 OCC Student Engagement Conference: "Dream the Possible: Learn. Lead. Change."

November 7-8, 2008

The Ohio State University

REGISTER NOW!

Come be part of the first student conference in Ohio that focuses on engaging students in social action and civic renewal. This two-day event features Matthew Segal, founder of SAVE- Student Association for Voter Empowerment, Fran Kick, leadership expert, and student leaders from around the state talking about their ideas to change the world. Environmental activists and popular music group, Patchouli, will be with there too! For conference information, schedule and registration please visit http://www.ohiocampuscompact.org/page.cfm?ID=96.

Peace Corps visits Case


This morning in Namibia, Peace Corps volunteer Julie Maurin awoke to the sounds of her sisters pounding mahangu, cattle grazing on the dried stalks in the field and children cooking porridge for breakfast over the fire. What did you wake up this morning?

Information Meeting

Date: Monday, October 27, 2008

Time: 6:00 pm

Place: Sears Building, Room 462

Interview Day*

Date: Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Place: Sears Library Building, Room 206B

**Submit your application by October 22 to be eligible for an on-campus interview on October 28. To begin the online application, visit www.peacecorps.gov

Once you submitted an application, contact Aimee Schattner to schedule an interview: 800.424.8580 or aschattner@peacecorps.gov

Annual Thanksgiving Food & Toiletries Drive


October 20 through November 3.

Food items needed include: cans of yams/sweet potatoes, cans of corn/green beans, boxes of instant mashed potatoes, instant stuffing mix, and corn bread mix.

Toiletries needed include: shampoo, conditioner, bars of soap, ethnic hair products, shaving cream and razors.

Items can be dropped off in specially marked boxes in Thwing Center.

Items donated accompany the Office of Multicultural Affairs Annual Turkey Drive for Cleveland Families.