The Daily is Case Western Reserve University’s internal communications e-newsletter and website filled with up-to-date university-related announcements, distributed every weekday via email to all faculty, staff and students.
Each section of the website and newsletter has specific guidelines for inclusion.
Please note: Not all submissions will appear in The Daily. Inclusion is at the editor’s discretion and may be subject to editing for brevity and clarity.
The audience of The Daily is first and foremost an internal audience. As such, it is also a broad audience, reaching faculty, staff and students across all departments and schools. Therefore, items included in The Daily must be applicable to a majority of the campus.
If your item does not relate to a majority of the campus, there are multiple other outlets through which your message can better reach your target audience. For assistance, contact your school or college’s communications office, seek departmental resources or post your event to the Community Postings Board.
Submissions must be received at least 3-5 business days prior to preferred run date.
This section includes internal appointments at the director level and above, as well as external appointments related to a faculty or staff member’s professional work.
These items highlight awards given to faculty, students and staff across all areas.
This section includes information to keep the university community updated on construction, traffic, facility hours and other important information.
This section highlights announcements that may not otherwise fit within The Daily’s editorial guidelines. These items must be university-related and appropriate for the university audience (e.g., no advertisements, spam, profanity, defamatory language or events featuring alcohol). Announcements of job or internship postings are not appropriate for The Daily's primary sections (Student Life, Faculty/Staff). However, individuals can post job postings to the Community Postings Board. These posts are subject to approval by the editor. Individuals not operating in an official capacity with the university cannot post to the community page. If submitting a call to recruit participants for a research study to be published in the Community Postings section, please email your IRB approval letter with the IRB approved stamped version of the advertisement to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These announcements feature upcoming events sponsored by the university, campus departments, schools and organizations. Events fall under the following categories:
These headlines are news items related to a large group of faculty and staff, including benefits, wellness programs, fellowship and grant opportunities, and ITS updates.
Announcements of job or internship postings are not appropriate for the Faculty/Staff section. However, individuals can post job postings to The Daily's Community Postings Board.
This section highlights the outstanding work of faculty and staff.
Faculty, staff and students’ presentations at conferences, in panel discussions and other talks are included here. Presentations should pertain to the individual’s professional or academic role within the university. Presentations are the views of the individuals and do not represent the views of the university.
Faculty, staff and students’ publications and opinion articles related to their academic or professional work in journals, magazines or other outlets are included here. Publications should pertain to the individual’s professional or academic role within the university. Published work is the views of the individuals and does not represent the views of the university.
These headlines are news items related to a large group of students, including information about scholarships, available resources, deadlines and opportunities. These items can be related to undergraduate students, graduate students, or both.
Announcements of job or internship postings are not appropriate for the Student Life section. However, individuals can post job postings to The Daily's Community Postings Board.
These items spotlight undergraduate and graduate students who are making a mark in their field and the community.
Would you like your department or organization’s Twitter to be featured in The Daily? Do you have an idea for a poll or trivia question, game, or other engaging tool to be included in our Connect section? Let us know by submitting under the “Other” selection.
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