Honors Bulletin

All the Honors News that's Fit to Print

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Red and ballet today in honor of the national champions in football, the Alabama Crimson Tide, who I wish someone would just stop them from being so good. Okay, the ballet is mostly unrelated, but did remind me that some football players use it as demonstrated in the 2007 cinema "classic", The Game Plan.

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  • Appointment System!
  • Professional Development & Employment Opportunities

Want to meet with an advisor? Make an appointment!

We recently decided to have some dedicated advising appointment times. Each advisor has a couple blocks of time available to meet and discuss what's on your mind. Walk-ins are still welcome the majority of the time, so feel free to do so!

To do so, head to our website and check out the call boxes below and you can sign up with a specific advisor or find one that fits your time schedule best.

Professional Development & Employment Opportunities

Want to Research this Summer? CST Research Info Session TODAY

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!

You need your resume reviewed, trust us.

Need your resume reviewed?

Want networking advice?

Still deciding on potential careers?

Need help acing an upcoming interview or career fair?

Visit the Honors Lounge for some pointers from a career advisor!


Career Advising for Honorables

Friday, 1/15 11am - 12pm

Honors Lounge | 204 Tuttleman Learning Center

Chat with Laura Craig, Assistant Director, Internships and Experiential Education at the university Career Center


Stop by for a few minutes to learn about Career Center resources, upcoming events, and share your ideas for Honorable career events, too.

All majors and class years welcome!

Mentors & Tutors Needed at the Institute on Disabilities $$$!

The Academy for Adult Learning is a project of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University developed in coordination with Philadelphia Office of Intellectual Disabilities. AAL IOD needs Temple student mentors & tutors.


Mentor: Mentors support Academy for Adult Learning students by identifying and broadening extra-curricular interests, accessing Temple resources, and encouraging academic and social success in college life. They are required to work one-on-one with the AAL student at least 10 hours a week.


Tutor: Tutors provide support and assistance to Academy for Adult Learning students by focusing on the student's unique academic objectives and needs. Tutors maybe required to work up to 8 hours a week depending on the AAL students' needs.


Apply online at https://www.temple.edu/instituteondisabilities/register/aalMentor/

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!