SAGES

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’ Luke Reader Published on Rhodes Statue Controversy

Luke Reader, SAGES English Writing Instructor, has written a column for History News Network about the current controversy over the statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel College at Oxford University. …Read more.

New Writing Portfolio Submission Procedure

There is a new system in place for submitting SAGES Writing Portfolios. From today, please submit all Writing Portfolios using this form.
The Writing Portfolio guidelines have been amended. …Read more.

David Lucas awarded Creative Workforce Fellowship

SAGES Fellow David Lucas is one of forty Northeast Ohio artists selected to receive a Creative Workforce Fellowship for 2016.
Lucas published his first volume of poetry, Weather, in 2011. …Read more.

WKSU Covers The Impact of Race SAGES Course

The SAGES Course USSO290M The Impact of Race, Class and Education: A Dialogue on Current Issues, taught by Benjamin Sperry and Steve Pinkerton, is the subject of a feature on WKSU News. …Read more.

art/sci magazine Discusses SAGES Fellows and Anisfield-Wolf

The Fall/Winter issue of art/sci magazine is now available on the college’s website, and it includes stories covering the Anisfield-Wolf SAGES Fellows, with an online extra recognizing all of the full-time SAGES Fellows. …Read more.

Gail Arnoff – Teaching McBride’s The Color of Water

SAGES Fellow Gail Arnoff posted her thoughts about teaching James McBride’s The Color of Water in her “Questions of Identity” University Seminar. Her reflections appear on the Anisfield-Wolf Community Blog. …Read more.