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The Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship provides a foundation for Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) undergraduates in critical thinking, written and oral communication, the use of information, quantitative reasoning, engagement with ethical issues and diversity, and exposure to experimental and theoretical approaches to understanding human culture and behavior, scientific knowledge, and methods of research.

SAGES First Seminar Students Design Prototypes To Treat Jaundice in Rural Nigeria

The Daily reports on students in the SAGES class FSNA129, Engineering Design for the World’s Poorest, who have built a device to treat jaundice that would work in rural areas in the developing world. …Read more.

SAGES Lecturer Luke Reader Discusses Brexit in New Article

As reported in The Daily, SAGES Lecturer Luke Reader has a new article discussing the implications of Brexit in History News Network.
SAGES lecturer Luke Reader discusses Brexit negotiations …Read more.

Faculty Guide for Participating in the Celebration of Student Writing and Research

The CSWR is a bi-annual event showcasing student writing on campus sponsored by the Center for the Study of Writing and SAGES in conjunction with SOURCE’s Intersections Symposium and Poster Session as well as the Research Showcase to provide a venue for CWRU students to present their individual and group research and creative projects. …Read more.

Brad Ricca featured in The New York Times

As reported in The Daily, SAGES Fellow Brad Ricca’s latest book, Mrs Sherlock has been reviewed by The New York Times. …Read more.

David Kazdan wins Wittke Teaching Award

As reported in The Daily, David Kazdan has won the university’s prestigious Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching for his University Seminar (USSO290Y) Shrinking the World, in which he shares his love for ham radio, and leads discussions on communications technology, censorship and regulation. …Read more.

Gail Arnoff writes about Memory and Narrative

SAGES Fellow Gail Arnoff (USSO234, Questions of Identity), has written about the intersection between memory and narrative for the website of the Books@Work organization.
“The opportunity to talk about Another Brooklyn with a diverse group of paraprofessionals from two suburban schools intrigued me. …Read more.

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