Recent Graduate Wants to Make Her Mark in Cleveland, Contribute to Region
Emily Fox has no plans to leave Cleveland now that she has graduated from Case Western Reserve University.
After three years, she left campus with the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Social Administration, and a certificate in nonprofit management.
The recent social work graduate wants to be part of the solution to rebuild the city instead of leaving.
The university will be closed on Friday, July 3, to observe the Fourth of July holiday. Case Daily will resume publication on Monday, July 6.
The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences is hosting an information session from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, July 15, at the Mandel School. The community is invited to learn about a social work degree from one of the highest-ranked graduate social work programs in the nation. The session will focus on the master's program, field education, and financial aid. Contact the admissions office at 368-2280 to register.
NetWellness, a free consumer Web health site sponsored and operated by Case Western Reserve University, Ohio State University, and the University of Cincinnati, allows users to ask medical questions of experts from the universities.
For Faculty and Staff
Faculty members are invited to apply to become fall 2009 University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education Learning Fellows. The program promotes collaboration with teachers from across the university. The application deadline is July 6. Learn more.
This section will be updated occasionally during the summer. Refer to the "Campus News" section for general information.
IngenuityFest, Cleveland's annual showcase of arts and technology, will take place July 10-12 in downtown Cleveland. Boltz, coordinated by Case School of Engineering alumnus Ian Charnas, will feature the Tesla Orchestra transforming "lightning bolts" emitted from a tall aerial into musical sounds. Case Western Reserve faculty, staff, students and alumni can use the promo code CASE when calling to purchase tickets through Playhouse Square (216-241-6000) or at the gate any day of the festival to receive a 50 percent discount.
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