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Brad Ricca featured in The New York Times

Date posted: June 30th, 2017


 
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

Date posted: May 16th, 2017



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

Date posted: April 24th, 2017

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.

Opportunity for Student Peer Writing Fellows

Date posted: March 20th, 2017

The Writing Resource Center (WRC) seeks skilled undergraduate writers to serve as Peer Writing Fellows for a maximum of six hours per week during the Fall and Spring academic terms. Primary responsibilities include consulting individually with campus writers on their written projects on an appointment basis. …Read more.

The Richard A. Bloom, M.D. Award for Distinguished Teaching in the SAGES Program

Date posted: March 6th, 2017

Criteria for Selection
The award is presented each year to a Case Western Reserve University faculty member who has provided distinguished teaching in the SAGES program. To qualify for a nomination, a faculty member must be an instructor of record during the current academic year. …Read more.

Dave Lucas featured in THINK

Date posted: October 14th, 2016

In the current edition of Think, there is an interview with Dave Lucas, SAGES Fellow and poet, where he discusses his work and his popular SAGES course Poetry for People Who Hate Poetry. …Read more.

The 2016 Anisfield-Wolf Award Ceremony

Date posted: September 26th, 2016

Last week saw the annual Anisfield-Wolf ceremony to recognize books that have made important contributions to our understanding of racism and human diversity. Cleveland poet and philanthropist Edith Anisfield Wolf established the book awards in 1935, in honor of her father, John Anisfield, and husband, Eugene Wolf, to reflect her family’s passion for social justice. …Read more.

Nielson wins J. Bruce Jackson, MD Award

Date posted: May 17th, 2016

Dr. Lisa Nielson has won the J. Bruce Jackson, MD, Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring.
The Daily has a feature on Dr. Nielson’s teaching and mentoring philosophy. …Read more.

Absher wins Wittke Award

Date posted: May 17th, 2016

Dr. Amy Absher is the winner of the 2016 Carl F. Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, a university-wide prize awarded to two faculty members, and presented at commencement. …Read more.

Mehta wins Bloom Award

Date posted: May 17th, 2016

Dr. Suhaan Mehta is the 2016 winner of The Richard A. Bloom, M.D. Award for Distinguished Teaching in the SAGES Program.  The award was established in 2008 to honor distinguished teaching in the SAGES program at Case Western Reserve University. …Read more.

Anisfield-Wolf Welcomes Edwidge Danticat

Date posted: April 15th, 2016

Anisfield-Wolf Award-winner Edwidge Danticat recently spoke in Cleveland, and was introduced by the Anisfield-Wolf SAGES Fellow, Kaysha Corinealdi. A report on the event, and Professor Corinealdi’s opening remarks can be found here. …Read more.

Food & Communities Symposium with SAGES Fellow Nárcisz Fejes

Date posted: March 4th, 2016

SAGES Fellow Nárcisz Fejes has been awarded a $6,000 Collaborative Grant for a symposium titled Food Justice, Food Sovereignty: Transforming Our Food System from the Baker-Nord Center of the Humanities. …Read more.

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