314 students from 25 SAGES classes took part in the Celebration of Student Writing event, where they discussed the work they did this semester. Groups and individuals made presentations to judges, and these were voted on.
1st choice: FSSY 185: Children’s Picture Books (section 100)
2nd choice: FSSY 185: Children’s...
The Life at Weatherhead blog has an interview with Sydney Wagner, a student in the SAGES course Beyond Silicon Valley.
"The things that this class does is just so inspiring. It’s amazing that this class and Professor Goldberg can bring together a diverse and inviting community. I think we all...
Vicki Daniel, SAGES teaching fellow and instructor of history, has a review of the documentary Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America in Nursing CLIO, examining how the wishes of a person who died can affect their memorial service.
The Observer reports on the Open Book Project, which sees SAGES Faculty collecting books from Case Western Reserve students to donate to the Grafton Correctional Institution.
Donated books can be dropped off in the English Department’s main office in Guilford 106B during normal business hours. Sigma Tau Delta will be...
Students are invited to a SAGES Portfolio Workshop Friday, Oct. 18, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. in Bellflower Hall, Room 102.
The SAGES Portfolio Coordinator will lead a workshop on how to write, assemble and submit all documents for the SAGES Writing Portfolio. Pizza will be provided.
For students who completed...
The Daily has a feature on the SAGES Course US Healthcare Today, (USSO292I) taught by Deborah Dillon and SAGES Writing Fellow Andrea Milne. During the course of the semester, students take advantage of the small class sizes of SAGES courses, which allows them to discuss their own experiences with...