Working and Living in Ghana, West Africa - Presentation

Freeman A. Hrabowski, IIIMark Joseph, PhD Associate Professor,
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 12:45 P.M. to 1:45 P.M.
Mandel Community Studies Building, Room 108.

Dr. Joseph will share stories, pictures and research from his six months in the Department of Geography at the University of Ghana in West Africa. At the university, he conducted emerging research on mixed-income neighborhoods in Accra.

Free lecture; reservation not required

 

POWER OF DIVERSITY LECTURE SERIES

All events are free and open to the public: RSVP at diversity-rsvp@case.edu

Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 3 p.m., Toepfer Room, Adelbert Hall

Andrew M. Rollins

"Developing Our Students, and the World, Through Service"

Andrew M. Rollins, PhD

CWRU Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine and Faculty Advisor of Engineers Without Borders and MIND

 

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is a national non-profit organization devoted to delivering engineering assistance to underprivileged areas around the world.

EWB-Case partners with a community and decides upon a five year plan to meet their basic engineering needs. Current partner communities include Northern Thailand, Cameroon, and the Dominican Republic working to provide clean drinking water. Llocal projects include the Hattie Larlham Foundation, the Squire-Valleevue Farm, and the Cleveland Metroparks.

 

Neuroscience Initiative to Enhance Diversity

CWRU students of color who are in their junior or senior year, and have an interest in neuroscience or a related field, are strongly urged to apply for an all-expenses-paid two-day program entitled “Neuroscience Initiative to Enhance Diversity,” which will be held April 16-17, 2015 at the University of California, Davis. The goal of the program is to educate students about the doctoral degree, graduate school and admissions process. Additionally, it is aimed at increasing nationwide the number of students of colorpursuing PhDs in neuroscience. 

For more information or to apply to the program, visit the website or contact Cristeria Rillera, 530-757-8845 or cmrillera@ucdavis.edu. The deadline for applying to the program is January 15, 2015.

 

CWRU Receives National Award for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion

For a third consecutive year, Case Western Reserve University has received national recognition for its commitment to diversity and inclusion. The university has been awarded the 2014 Higher Education Excellent in Diversity (HEED) award from the national magazine, Insight Into Diversity.

 

CWRU has been recognized every year since the inception of the award in 2012. The university is one of 83 colleges and universities around the country to be honored this year with the award. Institutions receiving the award were chosen based on their “exemplary diversity and inclusion initiatives” and for their inclusion of all aspects of diversity in their work, including gender, race, ethnicity, veterans, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBT community. (READ FULL STORY)

 

SURVEYS, NEWS AND REPORTS

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2013 Annual Diversity Report:
Advancing Diversity


Case Western Reserve University diversity highlights and accomplishments are featured in the 2013 Annual Diversity Report from the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity. The report, released in January includes articles on the newly established Latino employee resource group Alianza Latina/Latino Alliance, the programs and projects for youngsters sponsored by CWRU's Leonard Gelfand STEMCenter and the university's NAACP chapter, which was started by students. It addition, it highlights diversity and inclusion achievements and programs from the previous year.
The annual report is available online or copies can be picked up from the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, Adelbert Hall, Suite 315.

 

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Diversity Strategic Action Plan

 

The Case Western Reserve UniversityDiversity Strategic Action Plan (DSAP), outlines strategies to improve campus climate; increase retention and recruitment of underrepresented students, faculty and staff; and enhance leveraging and development of resources to advance diversity and inclusion. READ MORE

Case Western Reserve University has adopted a new Sexual Misconduct Policy.

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FACULTY DIVERSITY


The Office of Faculty Diversity provides support to Faculty, Departments and Schools, around issues of faculty recruitment, retention and diversity and inclusion training.

 

The Faculty Diversity Officer reviews allegations of sexual harassment, discrimination (gender, sexual orientation, racial, ADA) and also serves as a facilitator for addressing faculty diversity issues in areas related to faculty duties.

 

DIVERSITY PROGRAMMING

Diversity Awareness Training

We provide diversity awareness workshops and consultation services for students, faculty, and staff. In some cases, we develop a program specific to goals, participants, and time frame in order to accommodate the different classes, departments, offices, and student groups that request training.

Some sessions may be conducted jointly with other offices on campus.

Train the Champion

Train the Champion aims to foster an environment that embraces diversity; assist with retention and recruitment of faculty, staff and students; encourage overall workplace satisfaction; and foster a sustained dialogue on diversity, with specific focus on issues in higher education and at Case Western Reserve. The eight-month program consists of monthly sessions and additional brown bag lunches to facilitate further, less formal discussions.

 

 

Power of Diversity Lecture Series

The annual series is designed to inspire campus dialogue, community engagement and civic education and learning about the national narrative on diversity and inclusion. All events are free and open to the public.

 

 

WORKSHOPS & EVENTS CALENDAR

 

News Headlines

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  • "Best in Class" Workforce Diversity

  • CWRU Recognized for its Diversity Progress & Strategies

  • OIDEO VP Featured at Fourth Annual TEDxCLE Event

  • Staff Mentoring Circles Program Receives Award