College celebrates A World-Wide Learning Environment
Over the past three years, 19 faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences have developed innovative ways to build international experiences into the education of CWRU undergraduates. Faculty members developed projects were part of A World-Wide Learning Environment (WLE), an initiative created with the generous support of the McGregor Fund. Using advanced videoconferencing technology, WLE projects have enabled students to interact with scholars and peers in Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America. For details, visit the WLE website. To watch an overview video, click here.
CWRU releases 2009-10 Annual Report
CWRU released its latest annual report, The Bigger Picture. This interactive e-report highlights anthropology professor Cynthia Beall, sociology associate professor Jessica Kelley-Moore, cognitive science assistant professor Anthony Jack and cognitive science and anthropology adjunct professor Yohannes Haile-Selassie. View the full report.
Forum network brings academia home
The Forum Network, organized by Andrew Lucker, adjunct assistant professor of political science and associate director of the Center for Policy Studies, provides public viewing access to university talks and events. Visit the website for a complete list of videos.
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