Case Western Reserve Graduates Rank in Top 10 of Midwest Colleges for Earning Potential
Case Western Reserve University ranks in the Top 10 of Midwestern colleges in terms of salary potential after graduation.
The PayScale 2009 College Salary Report rated annual pay for bachelor degree graduates without advanced degrees. According to the survey, the median starting annual salary potential for Case Western Reserve graduates is $56,500, while the median mid-career salary potential is $97,500.
Data was collected from employees who took the PayScale survey.
The university's Sustainability Web site provides information on all things sustainable at the university, including recycling, energy conservation, Adopt a Building, Energy Ambassadors and more. Refer to the site for tips on recycling and energy conservation both on and off campus.
Procurement and Distribution Services announces that after an extensive RFT process, AirGas Great Lakes has been awarded the contract for Research and Institutional Gases/Managed Supply Services for the university. A transition plan is being developed, and a core group of users will be formed to assist in implementation suggestions and processes. The first of two meetings will be held on Tuesday, August 4. Campus community members interested in joining this group should send an e-mail to Laura Artwell. Procurement and Distribution Services would like to thank those who participated in the RFP focus group presentations and meetings.
A small black dog, possibly a Scottie mix, was found in the Wolstein Research Building on the morning of Friday, July 31. He does not have a collar or ID tags. Campus community members are encouraged to contact Maggie Male at 368-0021 if they know who the dog belongs to. He is being temporarily cared for until a foster home can be found.
Applications are being accepted for the international travel/study courses sponsored by the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. The program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, alumni, and interested professionals for fall 2009 and spring 2010. Most courses have been approved for global and cultural diversity. The group will travel to Bangladesh and El Salvador in December; Guatemala, Israel, and the Netherlands during the spring; and Ecuador during the summer. Contact Deborah Jacobson for more information.
For Faculty and Staff
James E. Zull, professor of biology and author of The Art of Changing the Brain, concludes his series on the human brain on Tuesday, August 4, with "Brain Research and Memory." The series focuses on the fact that the mind is the creation of the physical brain and hence any changes in our ways of thinking must correspond, in some way, to actual physical changes in the brain. The session will meet at noon in the Herrick Room, located in the Allen Memorial Library Building. Sponsored by the University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE). Pizza and sodas will be provided. RSVP to UCITE by e-mail at email@example.com.
Researchers in the Department of Cognitive Sciences are looking for Case Western Reserve undergraduates to participate in an IRB approved study. Participants will perform a series of primarily computer-based tasks that will require two sessions in the laboratory and a number of online questionnaires in your own time. Participants must be 18 years or older. Participants will be compensated. Learn more. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 368-4996 for more information.
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