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Sharing the Vision at Case Western Reserve
Building community at CWRu
The Share the Vision campaign works toward realizing a shared vision of a just and humane campus community. Patrick Vaughn, winner of the 2012 Share the Vision Student Leadership Award, will speak at the Share the Vision Community Hour event on November 16. Read more about Patrick in The Daily.
Support from the Share the Vision Committee
Student organizations and university departments may request funding from the Share the Vision committee to support programs and activities that promote the spirit of the Share the Vision Affirmations. Requests are made with the Share the Vision on-line request form.
Share the vision campaign
The Share the Vision (STV) campaign is designed to encourage Case Western Reserve University students, faculty, and staff to work toward the realization of a just and humane campus. The STV program began as an Orientation program in 1990 and continues to provide opportunties for exposure, dialogue, celebration, and education and to follow the original affirmations.
When we think of what "Share the Vision" means at Case Western Reserve University, we often look to its history, its mission, and its values. The Share the Vision program—launched by the Division of Student Affairs in August 1990—was designed to introduce new students to the shared values of our academic community and encourage Case students, faculty, and staff to work together toward the realization of a more just and humane world.
The Share the Vision campaign promotes the concept of Case Western Reserve as an academic community that encourages inquiry, discourse, and action; a participatory community that invites participation in activities and projects beyond the classroom; and a campus that strives to be an active member of the larger Cleveland and world communities.
The Share the Vision program is based on five affirmations that have not changed since the campaign's inception. To realize our vision of a just and humane campus community, we strive to: