CWRU Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
OMA enjoys collaborating with various student organizations in their activities. This partnership may involve anything from brainstorming program ideas to assisting financially with the costs of a program. To facilitate the financial partnership, there is a new co-sponsorship process for students and organizations that wish financial assistance from OMA in their programming.
Please complete this application through OrgSync – (and while you're there, become of member of OMA's orgsync page!)
Relive the 2015 Unity Banquet & Scholarship Benefit
On April 9, 2015, we celebrated our outstanding undergraduate and graduate students. Through the gracious sponsorship of campus partners, we were able to award over $10,000 to underrepresented students for study abroad, tuition, and career related professional development. Hear recipients discuss the impact of the Scholarship Award!
Multicultural Affairs News
"Losing one night of sleep may make you feel groggy tomorrow, but miss too much and the risks start to build up. The more scientists study the benefits of a restful night's sleep, the more they learn that an eight-hour slumber rejuvenates just about every system in your body. And likewise, missing out on it can yield some devastating consequences."
- Medical Daily Article, February 2015 (http://bit.ly/1zEm6HH)
Please utilize the following campus resources to learn more about how sleep can effect your health and academics, University Health Service, 216.368.2450 or myhealthconnect.case.edu, or University Counseling Services, 216.368.5872 or email@example.com.
The SAGES Peer Writing Crew will have drop-in hours on Thursdays 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every week in the OMA conference room. Bring in any papers or writing you're working on!