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February 15 presidents Day Open House Schedule of Events 8:30 a.m. CWRU Overview Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A/B (D4) 9:30 a.m. Admission and Financial Aid - Tinkham Veale University Center,
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February 15 presidents Day Open House Schedule of Events 8:30 a.m. CWRU Overview Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A/B (D4) 9:30 a.m. Admission and Financial Aid - Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom B (D4) Engineering Overview Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A (D4) Management School: Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing Peter B. Lewis, 203 (D3) Nursing Overview School of Nursing, first-floor lounge (E4) 10:30 a.m. Arts, Humanities, Math, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A/B (D4) Management School: Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing Peter B. Lewis, 203 (D3) Materials Science and Engineering Department Visit White, 322 (G4) LUNCH is available in Leutner (D2), 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in Fribley (E6), 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 11:30 a.m. CWRU Overview Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom C (D4) Biomedical Engineering Overview Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A (D4) Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department Visit Glennan, 313 (D6) Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department Visit Glennan, 421 (D6) 1:00 p.m. Admission and Financial Aid Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom C (D4) Career Preparation Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom B (D4) Forum on Multiculturalism and Diversity Tinkham Veale University Center, Senior Classroom (D4) Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department Visit A.W. Smith, 325 (D5) Civil Engineering Department Visit Bingham, 214 (D5) Macromolecular Science and Engineering Department Visit Kent Hale Smith, 318 (D5) 2:00 p.m. Pre-med and Pre-health Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A (D4) Research Opportunities Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom B (D4) Student Activities Panel Tinkham Veale University Center, Senior Classroom (D4) 3:00 p.m. First-Year Experience Panel Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom C (D4) Study Abroad Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom A (D4) Program Descriptions Lunch: Bring your meal pass to Leutner (D2), 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or Fribley (E6), 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to feast on college food, CWRU style. Campus Tour: Campus tours cover the main academic quads, including the library and student center. These tours are 50 minutes and are led by student guides. Residence Hall Tour: Residence hall-only tours take you through typical first-year accommodations. Admission and Financial Aid: A discussion led by our admission and financial aid staff, with plenty of opportunities for individual questions, will provide information and guidance on the application process, scholarships and financial aid. CWRU Overview: Why Case Western Reserve University? Come learn what makes a CWRU undergraduate education unique and why we are one of the top universities in the country. Arts, Humanities, Math, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences: After a brief presentation highlighting the rich opportunities for learning at CWRU, meet faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, including anthropology; art history; astronomy; biology; chemistry; classics; cognitive science; dance; earth, environmental and planetary sciences; English; history; mathematics and statistics; modern languages and literature; music; philosophy; physics; political science and international studies; psychology; religious studies; sociology; and theater. Career Preparation: Students at CWRU have a wide variety of opportunities to gain experience in their fields. Ranging from cooperative education (co-op), to internships, to practicum and other programs, students are able to put their ideas to work and to learn what things are like out in the real world. Join a member of the Career Center staff to learn more about services, as well as what CWRU grads move on to. Engineering Overview: If you ve thought about majoring in engineering, come learn about programs and opportunities within the Case School of Engineering. With 13 majors, chances to co-op or intern, and the possibility of integrated graduate study, there are many unique pathways to follow. Enjoy a broad overview of the school, and learn what sets the Case School of Engineering apart. Engineering Department Visits: Engineering department visits are an in-depth look at the majors within the Case School of Engineering. Typical visits may include a presentation about the department led by a faculty member, a demonstration and/or a lab tour. Financial Aid, Student Employment and Billing Statements: There is little question a college education is one of the best investments you ll make in your lifetime. Representatives from the Bursar, Student Employment and Financial Aid offices will discuss how families can prepare to approach this investment. First-Year Experience Panel: What will your first year be like at CWRU? The First-Year Experience panel begins with what communication you should expect over the summer and throughout your first year at CWRU, as well as New Student Orientation and Parent and Family Orientation. Representatives from Residence Life, Greek Life, Orientation, First-Year Experience, Undergraduate Studies, Kelvin Smith Library, Multicultural Affairs, and Student Activities and Leadership can answer your questions about your academic, social and leadership experiences during your first year at CWRU. Forum on Multiculturalism and Diversity: Prospective students and families have the opportunity to interact with CWRU faculty, staff and students to learn how the CWRU community embraces diversity and inclusion. Management School: Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing: The Weatherhead School of Management at CWRU is one of the top undergraduate business programs in the country, giving students a solid academic foundation while also exploring research and best practices from the business community. Learn about major and minors, including accounting, business management (with concentrations in innovation and entrepreneurship, international business, organizational leadership and supply chain management), economics, finance and marketing. Nursing Overview: As one of the top-rated private nursing programs in the country, the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing prepares students for successful and rewarding careers. Learn about the nursing program, including hands-on clinical work that begins in your first semester, research opportunities, and opportunities for learning that can take you from the top hospitals in our neighborhood to public health settings around the globe. This session includes a tour of the school of nursing. Please allow 90 minutes. Pre-med and Pre-health: If you are setting your goals toward becoming a doctor, come learn about the ways in which CWRU students receive excellent preparation for the challenges of medical school. From our unique setting among top medical centers, to undergraduate research opportunities, to outstanding programs in the sciences, the CWRU experience can help you take the next step toward medical school. Research Opportunities: The ability to conduct research with a faculty mentor as an undergraduate is one of the opportunities that sets a CWRU undergraduate education apart. Learn how the Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SOURCE) Office assists and prepares students to engage in research. Student Activities Panel: Take some time to learn about student life and activities on campus, including Division III athletics, performing arts ensembles, community-service groups, student government and student-run media. Study Abroad: You ve heard about studying abroad. We do that at CWRU but we also have a variety of other ways in which students can get a taste of an environment beyond University Circle. Our students conduct research overseas, work on public-service projects in developing countries, and attend other schools on exchange programs both abroad and within the United States. Students who have been involved with these programs share their experiences. Class Schedule To minimize class disruptions, we request that only prospective students sit in on classes. 8:30a.m. Biochemistry 308: Molecular Biology David Samols Robbins, E501 (E5) Mathematics 121: Calculus for Science and Engineering I Rzea Shariarmadari Sears, 426 (D5) Mathematics 122: Calculus for Science and Engineering II Chris Butler Millis Schmitt Lecture Hall (D5) Think About the Symbolic World 2900: Everyone s a Critic: The Play Christopher Bohan Thwing, 301 (D4) 9:00a.m. 9:30a.m. 10:00a.m. 10:30a.m. 11:30a.m. Anthropology 102: Being Human: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology Katia Almeida Nord, 204 (D5) Anthropology 215: Health, Culture, and Disease: An Introduction to Medical Anthropology Atwood Gaines Geller, 001 (D4) Banking and Finance 355: Corporate Finance Scott Fine Peter B. Lewis, 202 (D3) Economics 326: Econometrics Justin Gallagher Peter B. Lewis, 118 (D3) English 302: English Literature Since 1800 William Siebenschuh Guilford, 323 (D3) English 325: Shakespeare: Comedies and Romances Magdalena Vinter Clark, 104 (D3) Nursing 342: Medical Microbiology, Immunity, and Infectious Disease Irena Kenneley School of Nursing, 290 (E4) Biology 322: Sensory Biology Jessica Fox Clapp, 305 (D5) Engineering, Biomedical 327: Bioelectric Engineering Kenneth Gustafson Wickenden, 105 (D5) Engineering, Civil 330: Soil Mechanics Xiong Yu Bingham, 204 (D5) English 302: English Literature since 1800 William Siebenschuh Guilford, 323 (D3) French 101: Elementary French I Charlotte Sanpere Clark, 302 (D3) Greek 102: Elementary Greek II Rachel Sternberg Mather House, 107 (D4) Mathematics 121: Calculus for Science and Engineering I Alexander Cooke Sears, 462 (D5) Mathematics 122: Calculus for Science and Engineering II Chris Butler Millis Schmitt Lecture Hall (D5) Mathematics 307: Linear Algebra Elizabeth Meckes White, 324 (D6) Psychology 101: General Psychology I Jane Buder Shapiro Bingham, 103 (D5) Spanish 202: Intermediate Spanish II Clara Lipszyc-Arroyo Clark, 308 (D3) Dance 361: Ballet Technique Modern Dance Students I Erich Yetter Mather Dance Studio (D4) Chemistry 111: Principles of Chemistry for Engineers Drew Meyer Clapp, 201 (D5) Chinese 202: Intermediate Chinese II Man-Lih Chai Clark, 110 (D3) Economics 364: Economic Analysis of Business Jenny Hawkins Peter B. Lewis 05 (D3) Engineering 145: Chemistry of Materials Mark De Guire Strosacker Auditorium (D5) Engineering 225: Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer Alexis Abramson Millis Schmitt Lecture Hall (D5) Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular 364: Chemical Reaction Processes Ramanathan Sankaran Clapp, 108 (D5) Engineering, Macromolecular Science and Polymer Science 270: Introduction to Polymer Science and Engineering Hatuso Ishida A.W. Smith, 329 (D5) English 310: History of the English Language Kimberly Emmons Thwing, 101 (D4) French 101: Elementary French I Charlotte Sanpere Clark, 302 (D3) French 102: Elementary French II Fabienne Pizot-Haymore Guilford, 323 (D3) History 109: Modern American History Since 1877 Peter Shulman Geller, 002 (D3) History 138: Radical History in America Theodore Steinberg Mather Memorial, 225 (D3) Management 201: Contemporary Business and Communication Daniel Newmeyer Peter B. Lewis, 04 (D3) Nursing 122: Foundations of Practice II Deborah Rovito School of Nursing, 270 (E4) Physics 116: Introductory Physics II (recommended for pre-meds) Diana Driscoll Rockefeller, 301 (D5) Physics 324: Electricity and Magnetism I Michael Martens Nord, 356 (D5) Psychology 102: General Psychology II Jane Buder Shapiro Nord, 400 (D5) Sociology 101: Introduction to Sociology Karie Feldman Bingham, 103 (D5) Spanish 202: Intermediate Spanish II Clara Lipszyc-Arroyo Clark, 308 (D3) Anthropology 349: Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology Katia Almeida Thwing, 101 (D4) Biology 343: Microbiology Dianne Kube Rockefeller, 301 (D5) Chemistry 244: Introductory Organic Chemistry II Rekha Srinivasan Millis Schmitt Lecture Hall (D5) Chinese 202: Intermediate Chinese II Man-Lih Chai Clark, 110 (D3) Economics 338: Law and Economics Jenny Hawkins Peter B. Lewis, 05 (D3) Engineering 200: Statics and Strength of Materials Xiangwu Zeng Allen Library, Ford Auditorium (D4) Engineering, Civil 310: Strength of Materials Brian Metrovich Bingham, 103 (D5) Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace 260: Design and Manufacturing I Sunniva Collins Nord, 410 (D5) Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace 370: Design of Mechanical Elements Umut Gurkan DeGrace, 312 (D5) English 320: Renaissance Literature: Lit of Science and Magic Magdalena Vinter Guilford, 301 (D3) French 102: Elementary French II Fabienne Pizot-Haymore Guilford, 323 (D3) French 202: Intermediate French II Charlotte Sanpere Clark, 302 (D3) Japanese 101: Elementary Japanese I Yuki Togawa Thwing, 301 (D4) Physics 121: General Physics I Mechanics Gary Chottiner Strosacker Auditorium (D5) Physics 310: Classical Mechanics Charles Rosenblatt Rockefeller, 309 (D5) Portuguese 101: Elementary Portuguese I Clara Lipszyc-Arroyo Clark, 308 (D3) Sociology 300: Modern Sociological Thought Karie Feldman Bingham, 304 (D5) Theater 103: Acting II Christopher Bohan Clark, 400 (D3) 12:30p.m. 2:00p.m. 3:00p.m. 4:00p.m. Accounting 101: Introduction to Financial Accounting Melissa Carlisle Peter B. Lewis, 501 (D3) Anthropology 362: Theory in Anthropology Atwood Gaines Geller, 001 (D4) Art History 270: American Art and Culture Before 1900 Henry Adams Clark, 110 (D3) Art History 382: Art, Eco-criticism, and the Environment Andrea Rager Thwing, 301 (D4) Biology 214: Genes, Evolution and Ecology James Bader Strosacker Auditorium (D5) Biology 311A: Survey of Bioinformatics: Technologies in Bioinformatics Masaru Miyagi Kent Hale Smith, 119 (D5) Cognitive Science 102: Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Mark Turner Rockefeller, 309 (D5) Dance 304: Third-Year Modern II Karen Potter Mather Dance Studio (D4) (80 mins.) Economics 103: Principles of Macroeconomics Ayhan Talu Peter B. Lewis, 106 (D3) Engineering, Biomedical 310: Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation Miklos Gratzl Clapp, 108 (D5) Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular 363: Thermodynamics of Chemical Systems Harihara Baskaran Nord, 410 (D5) Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science 302: Discrete Mathematics Carl Entemann Bingham, 103 (D5) Engineering, Materials Science Engineering 379: Design for Lifetime Performance Peter Lagerlof White, 324 (D6) History 208: Social History of Crime Theodore Steinberg Clark, 308 (D3) Mathematics 304: Discrete Mathematics Carl Entemann Bingham, 103 (D5) Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy Kevin Houser Nord, 400 (D5) Philosophy 330: Topics in Ethics: Global Corporate Ethics Shannon French Tinkham Veale University Center, 280F (C4) Religion 260: Introduction to the Qur an Justine Howe Crawford, 11A (C5) Anthropology 349: Cultures of Latin America Katia Almeida Thwing, 301 (D4) Biochemistry 354: Biochemistry and Biology of RNA Eckhard Jankowsky Wood, (E5) Biology 316: Fundamental Immunology Alan Levine Clapp, 108 (D5) Chemistry 106: Principles of Chemistry II Drew Meyer Allen Library, Ford Auditorium (D4) Chinese 102: Elementary Chinese II Man-Lih Chai Clark, 302 (D3) Cognitive Science 391: Introduction to Text Semiotics Florin Berindeanu Crawford, 618 (C5) Economics 307: Intermediate Macro Theory Martine Lussier Peter B. Lewis, 106 (D3) (80 mins.) Engineering, Biomedical 305: Materials for Prosthetics and Orthotics Steven Eppell Glennan, 103 (D6) Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science 132: Introduction to Programming in Java Harold Connamacher Millis Schmitt Lecture Hall (D5) Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science 309: Electromagnetic Fields I Hongping Zhao White, 411 (D6) Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science 394: Introduction to Information Theory Stanislaw Szarek Olin, 314 (D5) Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace 181: Dynamics Joseph Mansour Glennan, 421 (D6) English 358: American Literature, William Marling Thwing, 302 (D4) German 101: Elementary German I Enno Lohmeye Guilford, 323 (D3) Greek 306: Tragedy Rachel Sternberg Mather House, 112 (D4) Japanese 102: Elementary Japanese II Nana Onishi Sears, 372 (D5) Japanese 202: Intermediate Japanese II Yuki Togawa Clark, 205 (D3) Mathematics 223: Calculus for Science and Engineering III Longhua Zhao Sears, 480 (D5) Mathematics 394: Introduction to Information Theory Stanislaw Szarek Olin, 314 (D5) Physics 250: Computational Methods in Physics Craig Copi Rockefeller, 309 (D5) Spanish 313: Spanish for Health Professionals M. Fernandez Clark, 104 (D3) World Literature 306: Tragedy Rachel Sternberg Mather House, 107 (D4) World Literature 391: Introduction to Text Semiotics Florin Berindeanu Crawford, 618 (C5) Art History 384: American Art and Architecture in the Age of Washington and Jefferson Henry Adams Thwing, 301 (D4) Chinese 102: Elementary Chinese II Man-Lih Chai Clark, 302 (D3) Chinese 330: Chinese Cinema Haomin Gong Haydn, 207 (D3) Cognitive Science 202: Human Cognition from a Cultural Perspective William Deal Nord, 204 (D5) Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular 361: Separation Processes Jesse Wainright White, 411 (D6) Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science 345: Programming Language Concepts Harold Connamacher Nord, 410 (D5) English 301: Linguistic Analysis Martha Schaffer Guilford, 323 (D3) French 202: Intermediate French II Fabienne Pizot-Haymore Crawford, 11A (C5) (120 mins.) Japanese 201: Intermediate Japanese I Nana Onishi Sears, 372 (D5) Physics 221: Introduction to Modern Physics Philip Taylor Rockefeller, 301 (D5) Sociology 101: Introduction to Sociology Michael Flatt Clark, 309 (D3) Sociology 203: Human Development: Medical and Social Kaitlyn Langendoerfer Clapp, 108 (D5) Spanish 102: Elementary Spanish II M Fernandez Clark, 104 (D3) Spanish 311: Advanced Spanish Conversation Cristian Gomez Olivares Guilford, 301 (D3) Theater 316: Screenwriting Angela Otstot Eldred Design Studio (D5) (150 mins.) Classics 232: Roman Civilization Ricardo Apostol Crawford, 11A (C5) Dance 204: Second-Year Modern II Shannon Sterne Mather Dance Studio (D4) (90 mins.) Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science 376: Mobile Robotics Wyatt Newman Olin, 313 (D5) Engineering, Materials Science Engineering 228: Mathematical Methods for Materials Science and Engineering Frank Ernst White, 324 (D6) History 232: Roman Civilization Ricardo Apostol Crawford, 11A (C5) Sociology 203: Human Development: Medical and Social Michael Flatt Kent Hale Smith, 119 (D5) Spanish 102: Elementary Spanish II M. Fernandez Clark, 104 (D3) *most classes are 50 minutes unless otherwise indicated.
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