CWRU's third annual food symposium will take place from March 23rd to March 30th at different locations throughout the CWRU campus. Centering on this year's theme of "Food, health, and politics," the programs will include a keynote speech by Marion Nestle (sponsored by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities) on food...
Congratulations to the winners of the Celebration of Student Writing awards.
Best Class Presentation Award
First place: USNA 249—Restoring the Great Lakes
Students: Walter Ballard, Caitlin Campbell, Brian Eckert, Shota Nemoto and William Warren
Instructor: Glenn Oldenbrett
Second place: FSSY 183—E-Lit: Digital Spaces and New Media
Students: Harrison Bloom, Abby...
SAGES Fellow Bernie Jim, who teaches the very popular Puzzled course discusses puzzles in today's The Daily.
SAGES Fellow Dave Lucas has become Ohio's second Poet Laureate. The news was announced by governor John Kasich, and has been widely reported. To celebrate the occasion, The Daily has run a Q&A with Professor Lucas, who teaches the popular SAGES course Poetry For People Who Hate Poetry.
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.
As reported in The Daily, SAGES Lecturer Luke Reader has a new article discussing the implications of Brexit in History News Network.