All the Honors News that's Fit to Print
It's National Random Acts of Kindness Day. Do some good for someone else. Actually do that everyday. Make every day a day of kindness.
Oh man what a hippie I've become.
- HONORS CONTRACTS
- Employment Opportunities & Professional Development
- Scholarships & Awards
- Career Week!
Did you submit an Honors Contract for Spring 2016?
If you submitted an Honors Contract this semester and haven't heard from Zach about making updates, your contract has been approved. You should plan on moving forward with the agreed upon project with your professor.
We are starting an online contract database this semester, so you might be getting e-mail communication from us as we enter your contracts into the system. Please let your professors know they might be hearing from us. Contact Zach (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have specific questions.
Employment Opportunities & Professional Development
Upward Bound Tutors!
- Tutor high school students in Math, English, Science, History , or Foreign Languages
- Mentor & chaperone high school students during programming on main campus and on trips
- Assist with student projects and events
- Create a profile on StudentJobs@Temple (TU Portal)
- Email your resume to Terrence Seales (email@example.com) and include your full name and TUID.
Scholarships & Awards
Memorial Award Scholarships- OPEN TO ALL
There are only two weeks left to apply for a Memorial Award. These scholarship awards are designed to recognize Temple University students for their outstanding academic, leadership and service achievements.
The deadline to apply is February 29th!
Join the Honors Creatives for the fifth annual Meet Me @ the Music,an arts showcase in which Honors students and Honors professors perform on the same stage, making for a night filled with entertainment from all ages, for all ages! This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC with a reception to follow. It is sponsored by the Temple University Honors Program and the Honors Creatives. Fox Business students get 5 Immersion points for attending the event.
Study AWAY in LA or Venice
Calling all students in all majors! Film, music, architecture, art history, business, PR, communications...
Spend you summer in Los Angeles or Venice, Italy!
Applications due Friday, February 26th.
Final information sessions:
Wednesday, February 17th
Annenberg hall room 201
Monday, February 22nd
Annenberg hall room 202
Like Money? Like Pizza? Done Research? GET IN HERE.
STUDENTS WHO LIKE MONEY/PIZZA/RESEARCH!
Does that subject line describe you? If so, you're in for a treat. The Library staff is being kind enough to host some information session about the Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards.
This is your ticket to a major award which comes with a monetary prize AND pizza. Come learn from the folks who run the prize what kind of things they are looking for and what kind of projects can win.
Dr. Ruth Ost calls these info sessions "a must see" and "groundbreaking" and mentions "money and pizza."
Seriously, what is holding you back, you have 3 opportunities:
TODAY 2/17 12:30PM in the Honors Lounge
Applications are due March 9th.
Consulting Guest Speaker
"The Consulting Industry, 100 Years Immunity Gone. Ready or not Here it is: DISRUPTION"
The speaker, Araceli Guenther will be discussing 12 disruptive technologies that will be impacting the hiring practices of consulting firms.
Career Week Lineup
University-Wide Job & Internship Fair
Thursday, February 18; 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in Student Center, Room 200
Meet and mingle with 80+ employers coming to Temple’s campus to recruit Temple students and alumni for full-time job and internship opportunities. Click here to view registered employers in the OwlNetwork.
Employer Meetup: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Thursday, February 18; 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. in Kiva Auditorium – Ritter Hall
Meet the CIA representative recruiting for a variety of roles/skills including; accounting, finance, information systems, business management, management, economics, supply chain management, pre-law, data science, computer science, computer engineering, information systems, electronic, electrical, and computer engineering. This event is open to ALL Temple students! View this event in the OwlNetwork.
Smithsonian Virtual Information Session
Friday, February 19; 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in the Career Center – 220 Mitten Hall
Join the Interns & Fellows Program Manager of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History for a discussion on summer internship opportunities, and to get your questions answered! View this event in the OwlNetwork.