SAGES Fellow Bernie Jim, who teaches the very popular Puzzled course discusses puzzles in today's The Daily.
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...
There are over a hundred Case Western faculty teaching SAGES courses in any given semester. Among them are twenty-six SAGES Fellows. SAGES Fellows have pigeonholes in the SAGES Fellows’ Office Area (the quad level of Crawford Hall), where essays and correspondence can be dropped off. You’re welcome to come...
Please place your nominations for the Richard A Bloom award here.
The Richard A. Bloom, M.D. Award was established in 2008 to honor distinguished teaching in the SAGES program at Case Western Reserve University.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
The award is presented each year to a Case Western Reserve University faculty member who...
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USNA204 – The Evolution of Scientific Ideas. Barbara Burgess-Van Aken. TuTh 4.30-5.45
Scientific understanding has evolved over the years. There are very few beliefs about the natural world that have remained intact over the past few centuries, or even the past few decades. The chief goal of the course...