News and Announcements 

Global Talk Series 2015-2016 

International Student Success Series: Spring 2016 Schedule 

CWRU and Office of Education Abroad Comment on Zika Virus

Faculty Funding Opportunities

The Global Studies Foundation: Grant for Faculty Travel and Professional Development

Non-NIH Funding Opportunities (biomedical and behavioral research)

Apply for the Fulbright Scholars Program

Call for Reviewers: Core Fulbright Scholar Program and Fulbright Specialist Program -
CIES is currently seeking Fulbright Scholar alumni across different disciplines for review committees.

Center for International Affairs
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Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7031

The Center for International Affairs provides leadership, expertise, and support to the Case Western Reserve University community, cultivating a dynamic international presence and inspiring a culture of global understanding and responsibility.


Center for International Affairs: Annual Report 2015

The Center for International Affairs is excited to share our 2015 annual report. Every day the Center works in close cooperation with departments, schools, the College, and organizations across campus and in the community to cultivate a dynamic international presence at CWRU. The 2015 report underscores the CWRU community's efforts in comprehensive internationalization and highlights our emergence as a leader in international higher education.

The annual report can only skim the surface of CWRU's efforts worldwide. This year's report focuses on the incredible international accomplishments of the CWRU community by highlighting many of the current students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are engaged in innovative and exciting international research, education, and service all over the world. If you would like to request a hard copy of the 2015 Annual Report, please send us an email

Weatherhead professor and students study the entrepreneurial environment of Chile

Photo taken by Ecehan Cezayirlioglu, MEM student, at Start-Up Chile in Santiago

Michael Goldberg, assistant professor of design and innovation, and Weatherhead TA Jose Olivarria, a Chilean native, traveled with 28 graduate students from the full- and part-time MBA, Master of Engineering and Management, and law programs to Chile over spring break to study the country's entrepreneurial environment. 

The group visited Santiago and Valparaiso with a packed agenda of tours and presentations at startups, established Chilean businesses, and international companies. Students met with representatives at Cumplo, Microsoft Chile, Farmacia Ahumada (Walgreens), Wenco, INACAP, Komatsu Chile, Start-Up Chile, Goldman Sachs Chile, and Kingston Family Vineyards. 

The five-day experience gave participants a broad perspective on business in Chile, as well as in Cleveland. "It was fascinating to learn how unexpectedly similar Santiago's and Cleveland's startup scenes are," said Heather Frutig, a full-time MBA student. 

For more information about the Weatherhead International Institute program in Chile, check out the student blogs on the program website. 
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