Honors Bulletin

All the Honors News that's Fit to Print

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Bulletin Contents

  • Livingstone Undergrad Research Awards- TODAY AND TOMORROW
  • Employment Opportunities & Professional Development
  • Scholarships & Awards
  • Events
  • Career Week!

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 2/16 12PM in the Honors Lounge

WEDNESDAY 2/17 12:30PM in the Honors Lounge


Please RSVP Here.


Applications are due March 9th.

Employment Opportunities & Professional Development

University Seminar Peer Instructors

Undergraduate Studies is looking for Peer Instructors for several of its courses for Fall 2016: the First-Year Seminar 1001 and 1002, the Sophomore Seminar, and the Transfer Seminar. Peer Instructor is a valuable member of the instructional team and is relied upon to provide the "experienced student-perspective" for the class. Peer Instructors are expected to attend the scheduled training sessions, attend their section of the course during the semester, provide feedback, and engage students in discussion during class. New Peer Instructors receive a payment of $350 at the end of the semester.


The deadline for the submission of the application is Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Offers to selected applicants will be made early in April. It will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete the application.


Apply here! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Alexandra Yanovski at ayanovski@temple.edu

Creative Communications Internship

A student selected for this internship will work in International Student Affairs (Division of Student Affairs). This office is dedicated to international student success through services, support and special events. Projects include interviewing students and profiling them, write original letters/invitations, website components/e-mails, promotional materials for events, and other duties as assigned. A creative writer from concept to completion. Candidate must have strong work ethic, have completed at least three semesters at Temple.

Details:
10 – 15 hours per week (flexible schedule OK). A Macintosh computer will be available.
$10 per hour

If interested, please email resume and sample short writing pieces or advertisement copy consideration to Brisilda Doma (doma@temple.edu).



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!


For more information and to apply, please click here. If you have any questions, you can contact Katie Kuzoian in the Dean of Students Office at Katie.kuzoian@temple.edu.

Events

Potluck with a Purpose

The Office of Sustainability is hosting a potluck with a purpose on February 18th as part of the university's participation in RecycleMania, a competition between colleges and universities to see who can recycle the most and minimize waste the best. At this event, we will be hosting artist Leo Sewell on February 18th from 6pm to 8pm in the Rad Dish café (First Floor Ritter) for a Potluck with a Purpose. Attendees can bring a dish to share, fill up a plate, and then watch a presentation by Leo Sewell on his art, his inspiration, and the strides he's made in waste minimization.


Leo Sewell is a Philadelphia based artist and self proclaimed Junk Sculptor. He draws his inspiration from his childhood living near a dump and now creates captivating, larger than life sculptures with recycled materials. Recently his art was featured in the Philadelphia Zoo's Junk Rethunk art show, which featured artists who use recycled materials. Here is his website with some photos of his incredible sculptures.


This is a great opportunity for students learn about art with alternative materials from someone who as truly mastered the craft.

Career Week Lineup

Scroll through to see some of the great opportunities this coming week.

Federal Job Search Strategies Workshop

Tuesday, February 16; 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. in Mitten Hall, Room 250

Learn from professionals currently working in various federal government agencies about how to maximize your candidacy for a Federal Government position. View this event in the OwlNetwork.

Employer Meetup: iD Tech Camps

Wednesday, February 17; 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in College of Engineering Building, Room 301A

iD Tech is seeking STEM students to educate and mentor Philadelphia’s youth at the science camps around the region. Locations include: UPenn, West Chester, Villanova, and Bryn Mawr. View this event in the OwlNetwork.

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.