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Wilkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome! (Back)! We've missed you. Quick updates on what happened to us while you were gone:

Ruth grew a foot, she has 3 now.
Jackie learned to lasso a horse. She's yet to ride one, but has many roped.
Amanda joined a Toyota Corolla gang and got a tattoo that says "Corollers".
Brad learned the Canadian National Anthem on the oboe. Backwards. Underwater.
Musu developed a superpower, but she won't tell us which one.
Zach negotiated a peace treaty between two warring factions of marmots.
And I transformed into that bear, that's me now.

Hope your break was rewarding.

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  • Meet Me @ the Music Call for Performers
  • Professional Development & Employment Opportunities

Do you rock and/or roll? Play an instrument? Sing? PERFORM AT ALL?! We want you!

February 25th, 2016

Rock Hall Auditorium


Are you a musician? A dancer? An actor/actress? Someone with a unique performing talent you want to showcase (magic, juggling, etc?) Even better, do you want to see your favorite PROFESSORS perform their hidden talents? Then here's the event for you! The Honors Creatives are putting on their annual event Meet Me @ the Music, an arts showcase in which students and professors perform on the same stage, making for a night filled with entertainment from all ages and for all ages!

If you are interested in performing, please contact Olivia Gusmano at tue92258@temple.edu, telling her you're interested and what you would like to do. We are looking for individuals, individuals wanting to be part of a group, or entire groups.

If you would rather experience the overall performance, please RSVP to this event and then invite your friends!! Spread the word, and meet us at the music!

Professional Development & Employment Opportunities

Want to Research this Summer? CST Research Info Session

January 12th 5:30 to 6:30pm
SERC 110A

Open to all students interested in STEM research. Come learn about summer research opportunities both on Campus with the Undergraduate Research Program or with external programs like NSF - NIH or other University funded programs - REU's.

Register here!

PAID Communications/Social Media Internship- DUE January 17

The Communications & Electronic/Social Media Intern will provide strategic communications assistance to District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund program and department managers, developing electronic communications strategies/materials and a consistent social media “brand” to improve [1] program recruitment and marketing to target populations, [2] ongoing communications with program graduates, and [3] the Fund’s capacity to promote itself to funders and other potential partners, and the general public.


8-10 hours per week expected throughout Spring 2016 semester.


Applicants should submit résumé and cover letter – and any questions regarding their application – to Peter Chomko, the Training Fund’s Research & Development Project Manager (pchomko@1199ctraining.org).

Applicants should provide evidence of their qualification for the Internship, including (if available) links to any websites, blogs or other examples of their ability to create written and visual online content – personal and academic/school project links are equally acceptable.

The Training Fund will preference applications from individuals who attach [1] an unofficial transcript and/or list of relevant courses they have taken, and [2] one or two writing samples – preferably either journalism or marketing/PR copy; links to web copy composed by applicants may be substituted for writing samples.

Obesity Research Volunteers Needed!

The Center for Obesity Research and Education (CORE) is looking for some student volunteers to get obesity research experience for Spring and Summer. One position would be in the morning from about 7:00AM-10:00 AM and the other would be evening 3:00PM-7:00PM.

This volunteer position will primarily assist with recruiting participants and completing assessments for one of two research studies; 1) assessing the effect of a behavioral intervention on increasing sleep and eating and activity behaviors or 2) assessing the effect of sleep on cardiometabolic outcomes. The student will also assist with data analysis. The position requires a commitment of at least one evening (3:00 PM to 7:00 PM) and/or one morning (7:00 AM-10:00 AM). The volunteer will be required to complete a web based training program (The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative) and obtain criminal and child abuse clearances.

Email Alexandria Kachurak (alexandria.kachurak@temple.edu) for further information!