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Arts and Sciences’ Scallen takes alumni along the waterways of Holland, Belgium

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Arts and Sciences alumni are being invited to celebrate Rembrandt’s 400th birthday in Holland with Arts and Sciences’ own Rembrandt expert - Catherine Scallen, associate professor in Art History - during the “Explore With Case: Along the Waterways of Holland and Belgium” event, April 28 through May 6. For more information on the event, visit http://www.case.edu/artsci/news/Dutch%20Waterways.htm.

Arts & Sciences News, Announcements and Events - Week of December 12, 2005

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Arts & Sciences News, Announcements and Events - Week of December 5, 2005

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Mather Spotlight Series Prize winners named

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The first winners of the newly-created Mather Spotlight Series Prize for Women’s Scholarship were recently named. One winner from each of the schools/colleges at Case was selected. Kathleen Kash, associate professor of Physics, was selected from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Holiday Message from the Dean

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I am writing these words on Thanksgiving weekend, during the first winter storm watch of the season. To some of you, the weather of your alma mater (the lake-effect snowfalls, the storms that sweep down from Canada) may be only a memory. Yet many others of you are still Ohioans or midwesterners, sharing the same climate, and wondering how the fall—not to mention the brilliant Indian summer— could have vanished so quickly.

Arts & Sciences News, Announcements and Events - Week of November 21, 2005

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Alums serve up information, coffee, in new SAGES Café

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Case alumnae Loretta Neal (B.A., history and environmental studies, ’04) and Rebecca “Kapika” Kaaikaula (B.A., political science, ’05) are the two barristas – also known as "sagistas – in the new SAGES Café that recently opened on the first floor of Crawford Hall. While coffee may top the menu at the Cafe, Neal and Kaaikaula also serve up information on SAGES – Case's major undergraduate initiative, the Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship - the campus and the Cleveland area. For more information on the Café, including background on the concept and its construction, visit http://www.case.edu/news/2005/11-05/sages.htm.

Arts & Sciences News, Announcements and Events - Week of November 14, 2005

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Art history alum Carr to give December 8 talk on Latin American portraiture

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Case art history alumnae Carolyn Kinder Carr, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the National Portrait Gallery in the Smithsonian Institution, will return to her alma mater for talk in early December.

Arts & Sciences News, Announcements and Events - Week of November 7, 2005

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