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The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (Army ROTC) is a program under the U.S. army that provides college students with scholarships and gives them opportunities to develop leadership skills. Its Cleveland branch is recruiting students from CWRU and other nearby universities.

Army program for college students trains future officers with leadership labs

Tian Yang, Staff Reporter October 28, 2016

The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (Army ROTC) is a program under the United States army that provides college students with scholarships and gives them opportunities to develop strong leadership...

Student awards become inclusive of more organizations

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor February 12, 2016

Following student feedback on the requirements for two of the Dr. Dorothy Pijan Student Leadership Awards, the Student Leadership Awards Committee has voted to broaden the range of students who are eligible...

Nominations open for student and faculty awards

Srivatsan Uchani, Staff Writer January 29, 2016

Every year students and faculty members are recognized with awards, for which they are nominated by other members of the Case Western Reserve University community. Now, as the semester is underway, nominations...

Annual leadership awards cut many categories; add new awards for diversity and graduate students

Sruthi Meka, Staff Reporter February 5, 2015

Since 1986 the division of student affairs has awarded Dr. Dorothy Pijan Student Leadership Awards to grant recognition to exceptional undergraduate student leaders at Case Western Reserve University....

Participants in the summit held breakout sessions to discuss the talks and what they could do to take action against hatred.

Leadership summit highlights those who take action to stop hatred

Adithi Iyengar and J.P. O’Hagan January 22, 2015

The college identity is tied to the idea that a college student has the potential make a difference wherever they put their mind to work. The What You Do Matters Leadership Summit, hosted on campus this...

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