Graduate Studies New Student Orientation Events

Graduate Studies New Student Orientation Events

by School of Graduate Studies

Orientation Graduate Student Programming

Tue, 11 Aug 2020, 9:00 AM –

Thu, 24 Sep 2020, 11:55 PM

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Graduate Studies New Student Orientation for Fall 2020 will be held online in Canvas, the learning management system used at Case Western Reserve University. 

Grad Orientation is divided into asynchronous modules, which you can access any time from anywhere with an internet connection.You may start and stop the modules at any point and continue where you stopped at any time.

Each module is made up of several pages with videos, written content, and links to get more information.

MODULES
  • Welcome! Orientation Structure & Navigation
  • Nuts & Bolts of Being a Student
  • Academic Integrity & Research Ethics
  • Finding Support When You Need It
  • COVID-19 Resources

The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email on Monday with the link to modules.

In addition to the asynchronous orientation modules, there are other orientation events and trainings being held throughout the next few weeks. Check out the agenda below for more details on these events.



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Past Events

Thu, Sep 24, 2020
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Video Conferencing Link
Diversity 360 for Graduate Students (s5)

Graduate Students: Join us for an interactive Diversity 360 (D360) session where you can engage with your peers!

D360 is a campus-wide diversity education program for students, faculty and staff developed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and facilitated currently by OMA and the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

Diversity 360 has been implemented and customized into modules for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff that will assist the campus community in advancing its efforts to be a welcoming, inclusive environment for learning, leading, and innovation.

Based on research from higher education and the corporate sector about cross-cultural competency and on results from university climate surveys, the modules will engage participants in learning to:

-Increase capacity to recognize and engage in dialogue across the breadth of differences;
-Deepen understanding of how affiliations in privileged and marginalized groups impact treatment on campus, campus climate and productivity;
-Deepen awareness of types of microaggressions and how they affect experiences on campus and in the local community; and
-Discover ways to become a change agent and diversity champion with new knowledge, ideas and resources about university policies, programs and best practices

Prior to joining a D360 Zoom session, please watch the D360 pre-session video in the Canvas online orientation module. The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email with the link to modules. You can also watch the D360 pre-session video here: https://youtu.be/oIYB33t5J5k.

33 Spots Left
Thu, Sep 17, 2020
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Video Conferencing Link
Diversity 360 for Graduate Students (s4)

Graduate Students: Join us for an interactive Diversity 360 (D360) session where you can engage with your peers!

D360 is a campus-wide diversity education program for students, faculty and staff developed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and facilitated currently by OMA and the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

Diversity 360 has been implemented and customized into modules for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff that will assist the campus community in advancing its efforts to be a welcoming, inclusive environment for learning, leading, and innovation.

Based on research from higher education and the corporate sector about cross-cultural competency and on results from university climate surveys, the modules will engage participants in learning to:

-Increase capacity to recognize and engage in dialogue across the breadth of differences;
-Deepen understanding of how affiliations in privileged and marginalized groups impact treatment on campus, campus climate and productivity;
-Deepen awareness of types of microaggressions and how they affect experiences on campus and in the local community; and
-Discover ways to become a change agent and diversity champion with new knowledge, ideas and resources about university policies, programs and best practices

Prior to joining a D360 Zoom session, please watch the D360 pre-session video in the Canvas online orientation module. The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email with the link to modules. You can also watch the D360 pre-session video here: https://youtu.be/oIYB33t5J5k.

32 Spots Left
Thu, Sep 10, 2020
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Video Conferencing Link
Diversity 360 for Graduate Students (s3)

Graduate Students: Join us for an interactive Diversity 360 (D360) session where you can engage with your peers!

D360 is a campus-wide diversity education program for students, faculty and staff developed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and facilitated currently by OMA and the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

Diversity 360 has been implemented and customized into modules for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff that will assist the campus community in advancing its efforts to be a welcoming, inclusive environment for learning, leading, and innovation.

Based on research from higher education and the corporate sector about cross-cultural competency and on results from university climate surveys, the modules will engage participants in learning to:
- Increase capacity to recognize and engage in dialogue across the breadth of differences;
- Deepen understanding of how affiliations in privileged and marginalized groups impact treatment on campus, campus climate and productivity;
- Deepen awareness of types of microaggressions and how they affect experiences on campus and in the local community; and
- Discover ways to become a change agent and diversity champion with new knowledge, ideas and resources about university policies, programs and best practices

Prior to joining a D360 Zoom session, please watch the D360 pre-session video in the Canvas online orientation module. The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email with the link to modules. You can also watch the D360 pre-session video here: https://youtu.be/oIYB33t5J5k.

30 Spots Left
Thu, Sep 03, 2020
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Video Conferencing Link
Diversity 360 for Graduate Students (s2)

Graduate Students: Join us for an interactive Diversity 360 (D360) session where you can engage with your peers!

D360 is a campus-wide diversity education program for students, faculty and staff developed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and facilitated currently by OMA and the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

Diversity 360 has been implemented and customized into modules for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff that will assist the campus community in advancing its efforts to be a welcoming, inclusive environment for learning, leading, and innovation.

Based on research from higher education and the corporate sector about cross-cultural competency and on results from university climate surveys, the modules will engage participants in learning to:
Increase capacity to recognize and engage in dialogue across the breadth of differences;
Deepen understanding of how affiliations in privileged and marginalized groups impact treatment on campus, campus climate and productivity;
Deepen awareness of types of microaggressions and how they affect experiences on campus and in the local community; and
Discover ways to become a change agent and diversity champion with new knowledge, ideas and resources about university policies, programs and best practices

Prior to joining a D360 Zoom session, please watch the D360 pre-session video in the Canvas online orientation module. The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email with the link to modules. You can also watch the D360 pre-session video here: https://youtu.be/oIYB33t5J5k.

24 Spots Left
Wed, Aug 19, 2020
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
You will receive the Zoom link via email after registering
Orientation Questions & Answers Session II

Join the Graduate Studies staff to get your new student questions answered. Jump on Zoom anytime during the session and ask a question.

Other ways to get your questions answered:

Email us:
Orientation: sgsevents@case.edu
Transcripts email gradtranscripts@case.edu
Admissions email gradadmit@case.edu
Academic programs and policies email gradstudies@case.edu
Graduate Student Life email: gradlife@case.edu

Discussion Board:
Ask a question through the Graduate Studies Orientation Canvas site.




Wed, Aug 19, 2020
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Students can email me (elise.geither@case.edu) for the Zoom Link!
Spoken English Programs (SELP) Meet and Greet and Conversation

SELP is offering a few fun "Get to Know You" classes the week of August 12th and 19th.

Students can email me (elise.geither@case.edu) for the Zoom Link!

MEET AND GREET AND CONVERSATION
-Wednesday, August 12, 3:00 p.m.
-Wednesday August 19, 3:00 p.m.
Meet other students for conversation and discussion about the upcoming Fall 2020 semester.

GAME NIGHT
-Thursday, August 13, 4:00 p.m.
Join us online for an online game and conversation.


If you have any questions, please let me know!

Elise Geither, PhD
Associate Director of Spoken English Programs
elise.geither@case.edu
(216) 368-3790
Graduate Studies, Tomlinson Second Floor
WeChat: Tsntas

Improve your pronunciation and fluency with the Spoken English Language Partner Program! Schedule an appointment now on tutortrac.case.edu

Wed, Aug 19, 2020
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Video Conferencing Link
Diversity 360 for Graduate Students (s1)

Graduate Students: Join us for an interactive Diversity 360 (D360) session where you can engage with your peers!

D360 is a campus-wide diversity education program for students, faculty and staff developed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and facilitated currently by OMA and the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

Diversity 360 has been implemented and customized into modules for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff that will assist the campus community in advancing its efforts to be a welcoming, inclusive environment for learning, leading, and innovation.

Based on research from higher education and the corporate sector about cross-cultural competency and on results from university climate surveys, the modules will engage participants in learning to:

-Increase capacity to recognize and engage in dialogue across the breadth of differences;
-Deepen understanding of how affiliations in privileged and marginalized groups impact treatment on campus, campus climate and productivity;
-Deepen awareness of types of microaggressions and how they affect experiences on campus and in the local community; and
-Discover ways to become a change agent and diversity champion with new knowledge, ideas and resources about university policies, programs and best practices

Prior to joining a D360 Zoom session, please watch the D360 pre-session video in the Canvas online orientation module. The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email with the link to modules. You can also watch the D360 pre-session video here: https://youtu.be/oIYB33t5J5k.

19 Spots Left
Tue, Aug 18, 2020
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
You will receive the Zoom link via email after registering
Orientation Questions & Answers Session I

Join the Graduate Studies staff to get your new student questions answered. Jump on Zoom anytime during the session and ask a question.

Other ways to get your questions answered:

Email us:
Orientation: sgsevents@case.edu
Transcripts email gradtranscripts@case.edu
Admissions email gradadmit@case.edu
Academic programs and policies email gradstudies@case.edu
Graduate Student Life email: gradlife@case.edu

Discussion Board:
Ask a question through the Graduate Studies Orientation Canvas site.




Mon, Aug 17, 2020 9:00 AM
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 10:55 PM
Meeting link
Graduate Studies Online Orientation Modules in Canvas

Graduate Studies New Student Orientation for Fall 2020 will be held online in Canvas, the learning management system used at Case Western Reserve University.

Grad Orientation is divided into modules, which you can access any time from anywhere with an internet connection.You may start and stop the modules at any point and continue where you stopped at any time. Each module is made up of several pages with videos, written content, and links to get more information.

MODULES
Welcome! Orientation Structure & Navigation
Nuts & Bolts of Being a Student
Academic Integrity & Research Ethics
Finding Support When You Need It
COVID-19 Resources

The Graduate Studies Orientation Modules will go live on Monday, August 17. You will receive an email on Monday with the link to modules.

Thu, Aug 13, 2020
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Students can email me (elise.geither@case.edu) for the Zoom
Spoken English Programs (SELP) Game Night

SELP is offering a few fun "Get to Know You" classes the week of August 12th and 19th.

Students can email me (elise.geither@case.edu) for the Zoom Link!

GAME NIGHT
-Thursday, August 13, 4:00 p.m.
Join us online for an online game and conversation.

Other sessions:

MEET AND GREET AND CONVERSATION
-Wednesday, August 12, 3:00 p.m.
-Wednesday August 19, 3:00 p.m.
Meet other students for conversation and discussion about the upcoming Fall 2020 semester.

If you have any questions, please let me know!

Elise Geither, PhD
Associate Director of Spoken English Programs
elise.geither@case.edu
(216) 368-3790
Graduate Studies, Tomlinson Second Floor
WeChat: Tsntas

Improve your pronunciation and fluency with the Spoken English Language Partner Program! Schedule an appointment now on tutortrac.case.edu

Wed, Aug 12, 2020
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Students can email me (elise.geither@case.edu) for the Zoom
Spoken English Programs (SELP) Meet and Greet and Conversation

SELP is offering a few fun "Get to Know You" classes the week of August 12th and 19th.

Students can email me (elise.geither@case.edu) for the Zoom Link!

MEET AND GREET AND CONVERSATION
-Wednesday, August 12, 3:00 p.m.
-Wednesday August 19, 3:00 p.m.
Meet other students for conversation and discussion about the upcoming Fall 2020 semester.

GAME NIGHT
-Thursday, August 13, 4:00 p.m.
Join us online for an online game and conversation.


If you have any questions, please let me know!

Elise Geither, PhD
Associate Director of Spoken English Programs
elise.geither@case.edu
(216) 368-3790
Graduate Studies, Tomlinson Second Floor
WeChat: Tsntas

Improve your pronunciation and fluency with the Spoken English Language Partner Program! Schedule an appointment now on tutortrac.case.edu

Tue, Aug 11, 2020 9:00 AM
Mon, Aug 24, 2020 11:55 PM
https://students.case.edu/checklist
Not Anymore for Graduate Students - Community Educational Module (MANDATORY)

Not Anymore is an interactive online program designed to help you better understand consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking.

Access the module through the New Student Checklist (https://students.case.edu/checklist) - click on the Graduate Educational Community Module link.

This module is open now. Click the View button, and then log in to the checklist using your CWRU network ID and password.

This module is MANDATORY and must be completed by Monday, August 24, 2020.

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