Welcome Wise Owls!

Wise Owls Newsletter #2, Fall 2014

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Temple University Homecoming 2014 is October 10-12!

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HOMECOMING 2014 CHPSW TAILGATE!!!

Saturday, Oct. 11th, 10am-1pm

1 Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, PA, United States, Lot K

Join the College of Health Professions & Social Work in supporting the Temple Owls at our tailgate in Lot K.

We will have a tent with free food and lots of giveaways!

An opportunity to network with others in your college.

We hope to see you there, keep calm and cherry on!

Keep in Mind: Registration is Approaching!

Class registration for the Spring 2015 semester is rollin' right around the corner. Keep in mind your specific registration date:


If, at the end of this semester, you have ....

1-28.9 credits: Monday, November 3rd at 7:00 am

29-36.9 credits: Friday, October 31st at 7:00 am

37-54.9 credits: Thursday, October 30th at 7:00 am

55-63.9 credits: Wednesday, October 29th at 7:00 am


It is extremely important to meet with advisor for your major each semester. Not sure who yours is? Below is a link to the CHPSW Advising website, where you will be able to find names and locations of your respective CHPSW advisors on the right-hand side.

Take a look!

Where On Campus Is...

THE CAREER CENTER?

The Career Center is located at 220 Mitten Hall on Polett Walk. This valuable resource provides all the information you need to make it far in the "real" world. Need to figure out whether you need a CV or a resume? Nervous about interviews? Need advice on professional etiquette? Don't worry, the Career Center has you covered with all of that and more. The Career Center even provides mock interviews, which can be taped for your review. You can access their resources in two ways:
  • Drop-in, or
  • Schedule an in-person appointment for career coaching.
If you cannot make it to the office, you can find valuable information on resumes, cover letters, and more, through the Career Center website. Check out the link below!

Upcoming Events - Career Week!

Thursday, Sep. 25th, 10am to Thursday, Oct. 2nd, 4pm

N Broad St

Philadelphia, PA

The Career Center will be holding a chain of events all week until this Thursday to help YOU build professional development!


Some of the key events are:
“Mock Interviews”
Monday 9/29, 9:00am - 4:30pm, Career Center in Mitten Hall Room 220


“Discover Your Options”

Tuesday 9/30, 12:00pm - 2:00pm, Student Center Room 220C

  • For first year and second year students
  • Meet with representatives and gather information about undergraduate degree programs, career responsibilities, graduate school information, and study abroad options


For a full list of events, you can view the Career Center calender here

Tip of the Week from your Peer Advisers: Moderate your study habits

Study in increments and designate study breaks

  • For example: study diligently for 30-45 minutes, and then relax for 5-10 minutes (grab a snack, watch a YouTube video, go for a walk around your residence hall or the library or TECH center)

It has been supported in cognitive psychological research that studying in "chunks" helps a student to retain more information from their study sessions. By taking breaks, your mind naturally remembers information from the beginning and the end of a study "chunk", therefore leading to more overall retained knowledge. And always remember, put that incessantly distracting cell phone away until it is time for your study break! They will make or break a good study session.

What's going on in Philly?

Did you know that the brand new Dilworth Park at City Hall is now open?


There are plenty of fun activities to do there from outdoor movies and concerts, to StylePop art, which brings forward clothing, jewelry, and crafts from a variety of designers.


Before the cold weather strikes the city, this would be a great get-away from campus with your friends, family, or significant other. The best part is, it's only a subway ride away! Get on the Broad street line and get off at the City Hall stop, and you will be right there. Simple enough!

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