Resources for New Faculty

Welcome to Case Western Reserve

On behalf of the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, the Faculty Diversity Office would like to welcome you to Case Western Reserve University. The Faculty Diversity Office is here to support your journey at Case Western Reserve.

We would like to personal invite you to use our resources, engage our office and suggest ways that we can make your journey at Case Western Reserve the best journey possible.

Please find some links below to help you navigate the university.
We look forward to supporting you on this journey!

Office of Faculty Development
Faculty Development

The Office of Faculty Development provides key resources across the University to strengthen the recruitment, advancement, retention, and quality of life for all faculty members at CWRU. Career development, partner hiring assistance and other resources are available on the website.

The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education
(UCITE)

The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education is dedicated to working with the faculty and students and staff at Case Western Reserve University to create an enriching and rewarding learning experience for everyone.

Human Resources

Immigration And Human Resource Services
Foreign Faculty and Scholars

The Office of Immigration and Human Resource Services is the university's liaison with the federal agencies that are concerned with visa-related matters. IHRS facilitates immigrant/permanent resident status, is responsible for employment eligibility verification (I-9), W-4 tax status confirmation, and determines whether or not to file tax treaty exemption forms with the Internal Revenue Service.

Employee Relations
Employee Assistance Program (EASE)

We recognize that from time to time each of us experience difficulties that we are unable to handle on our own. Employee Assistance Service (EASE) is a voluntary private and confidential program provided through Center for Families and Children (CFC). This service provides counseling and community resources for benefits-eligible employees and family members to help identify problems and develop plans for resolution.