From: Graduate Student Council
Date: January 27, 2020
Subject: GSC Newsletter | January 27, 202-

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CWRU’s seventh annual hackathon is here! Hosted at think[box], over 350 students will spend 36 hours bringing their imagination into the real world. The event runs from February 7th to February 9th. Attendees will work with peers and mentors to create projects in one of four project tracks. Do not worry about a lack of experience with tech. We welcome people from all backgrounds to attend! Register in advance at for this free event! Attendees will receive a free event t-shirt and other SWAG. We are accepting applications until February 7th! Some other things you can expect: Free food all weekend Awesome prizes (3D printer or Oculus Go) Great networking with companies Please shoot us an email at if you have any questions. Lastly, at HackCWRU we abide by and enforce MLH’s Code of Conduct. Hope to see you there!

2020-2021 Residence Life Graduate Staff Applications DUE 2/2/2020

Applications for the Residence Life Graduate Staff positions in the Office of Residence Life are due Sunday 2/2! We are currently recruiting for the 2020-2021 Academic Year Assistant Residential Community Director (ARCD) position. We are looking for qualified candidates for next year and do not recruit from any specific programs at CWRU, you just need to be enrolled in a degree-seeking graduate program. We have included information below regarding our different Graduate Staff roles within our department. For more information, please look at our Graduate Staff Recruitment Website: --------------- The Assistant Residential Community Director (ARCD) positions are 10-month live-in positions that supports the creation and facilitation of an integrated residential learning environment, working through the mission and goals of the Office of Residence Life and the Division of Student Affairs. This embedded position works with their Residential Community Director (RCD) supervisor to provide comprehensive leadership and support for a community of residential students. Immersed in the student community, the ARCD and RCD actively manage the learning experience at both the community and individual level, monitoring and supporting students' holistic academic, social, and personal development. Applications are due on 2/2/2020 by 11:59pm for the 2020 - 2021 ARCD positions and are available on CampusGroups:

Clean and Screen Day

Please join us on Saturday, February 1st for the annual "Clean and Screen Day" at Case Western Reserve University's School of Dental Medicine Dental Clinic! This is a day dedicated to providing free dental cleanings, oral health screenings and radiographs.* All treated guests will receive a voucher to waive the admitting fees ($90) and patients who qualify and agree to treatment for national board examinations will receive an additional $100 treatment voucher to use for any additional services at the dental clinic. Doors will open at 9:00am on Saturday and patients will be seen on a first-come/first-serve basis until Noon. You will be asked to fill out contact information prior to being called into the clinical area. There you will meet your dental student care team and answer a short medical history, receive a periodontal disease and oral health screening, and have approximately 4-6 radiographs ("x-rays") made. It will be determined by the dental faculty whether your care today will include a regular dental cleaning or if you need a more advanced cleaning procedure- therefore it is possible that you may not receive a dental cleaning that day and have to make future arrangements.* Please note this event is for new patients only, 18 years and older. We look forward to meeting you! If you have any questions prior to February 1st please call 216-368-6800 and ask to speak to someone about "Clean and Screen Day". Thank you! *some restrictions may apply to provide you optimal care

Civility & Discourse on College Campuses - A Candid Conversation with Local University Presidents

Save the date for the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Community Relations Committee & Sidney Z. Vincent Memorial Lecture. Join us as we discuss “Civility & Discourse on College Campuses: A Candid Conversation with Local University Presidents,” featuring: - Dr. Alex Johnson, President, Cuyahoga Community College - Harlan Sands, President, Cleveland State University - Barbara Snyder, President, Case Western Reserve University - J. David Heller, Board Chair, Jewish Federation of Cleveland (moderator) Wednesday, February 26, 2020 7:00 pm Corporate College East 4400 Richmond Rd. Warrensville Heights, OH 44128


February General Assembly Meeting

Tuesday, February 4, 2020
5:15pm - 6:30pm
Toepfer Room-Adelbert Hall, Tinkham Veale University Center 11038 Bellflower Road, Room 150 , Cleveland, OH 44106, United States
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Monthly GSC General Assembly meeting.



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