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Monthly Archives: January 2011

New Dates for Academic Support Seminars- SPRING 2011

January 31, 2011 - Writing Assistance – students may sign up for one-on-one appointments for help with writing during any phase of the writing process. Sign up online at Peer Tutoring – students may sign up for one-on-one appointments with peer tutors in math and many other subjects by appointment. In some cases, small group tutoring may be arranged for high demand subjects. Sign up online at Academic Services Seminars NEW TIMES ARE LISTED BELOW Time Management & Goal Setting Monday, February 7                                       5:30 – 6:30 pm                   LIB Auditorium Wednesday, February 9                               3 – 4 pm                               Main 230              Preparing for … Continue reading
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Prestigious Internship for Students Interested in Political Science

January 27, 2011 - Ralph Bunche Summer Institute Application Information APSA is currently accepting applications for the 2011 Ralph Bunche Summer Institute at Duke University. The application deadline is February 1, 2011. All application materials are available below. Who is Eligible for the APSA Ralph Bunche Program? The program targets students from racial/ethnic groups that are significantly underrepresented in science in the United States, e.g. African American, Latino/a, Native American, and Pacific Island students. All students who are members of these groups, or who are interested in broadening participation in political science by students from underrepresented minority populations and pursuing scholarship on issues … Continue reading
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Have you declared your major?

January 25, 2011 - Are you an undergraduate student with more than 40 credits and an undeclared or undecided major? Perhaps you are still trying to decide which program works best for you. Maybe you thought that you declared a major, and the paperwork was lost. This is a reminder that, according to Trinity policies, SPS students must declare a major before the end of their second academic year or no later than the completion of 56 credits. In order to achieve junior status, students must have declared a major. This is not something that you have to struggle with alone. Please contact your … Continue reading
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SPS Undergrad Making Moves

January 25, 2011 - SPS students, faculty and staff- Please join me in extending congratulations to Irvin Moore, an SPS senior majoring in Business Administration. In addition to being an active and engaged undergraduate representative on our new SPS Student Governance Executive Board, Mr. Moore has been accepted into the Master of Social Work program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice. In addition to his admission at Penn, he has been awarded both a Dean’s Merit Award and the School of Social Policy and Practice Award for his education. Congratulations Irvin! Continue reading
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Speakin’ It Real Event

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Having Moodle Access Issues?

January 25, 2011 - These links might help: For login assistance, contact Information Technology Services by visiting For all other Moodle inquiries, contact the Moodle Help Desk at or visit the F.A.Q. on the Moodle homepage. Continue reading
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Local Positions with International Firms

January 25, 2011 - I have been retained to find qualified candidates for two positions on behalf of CARANA Corporation (, an international economic development consulting firm based in Arlington, Virginia, with an excellent reputation and known for providing innovative and leading-edge technical assistance.  For 25 years, CARANA has specialized in market-led solutions to development challenges in more than 80 countries, packaging their expertise with on-the-ground resources for continuing, cost-effective results.   The two positions are full-time permanent Staff positions based in CARANA’s HQ office in Arlington, Virginia, US and thus applicants must hold an authorization to work in the US prior to applying. Both … Continue reading
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Part- Time Site Manager for Tax Clinic Needed

January 24, 2011 - The Montgomery County Community Action Agency, a program within the Montgomery County (Maryland) Department of Health and Human Services is seeking an Assistant Site Manager to serve as a consultant to support its free tax assistance partnerships for 20-25 hours per week through April 18, 2011. Located near Washington DC, with sites in Gaithersburg, Rockville, Takoma Park and Wheaton Maryland, the assi stant site manager will work a flexible schedule, including two evenings per week, and three Saturdays during the tax season. Position is available immediately. Rate: $20 – $25 per hour, depending on experience. Please note: this is not … Continue reading
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Spring 2011 Graduation Application Due February 1st

January 24, 2011 - Dear Students, Do you plan to finish your degree requirements in the Spring 2011 semester? If so, you must submit an application for graduation. The deadline to apply for Spring 2011 graduation is Tuesday February 1st, 2011. Please submit your Graduation Application to the Enrollment Services Office-Main 154. Graduation applications are available online at and outside of Main 154. If you have questions, please contact Enrollment Services at 202-884-9530 or via email at Best wishes for a great semester, The Enrollment Services Staff Office of Enrollment Services 125 Michigan Ave NE Washington, DC 20017 (202) 884-9530 (202) … Continue reading
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Scholarships Available from the United Negro College Fund!!

January 24, 2011 - USA Funds will begin accepting scholarship applications on line between December 15, 2010 – February 15, 2011 at Details about this scholarship program is currently posted on that website. This is one of their major higher education access initiative, USA Funds Access to Education Scholarships.  USA Funds will award $1,500 scholarships to students with economic need.  Full-time and half-time undergraduates, as well as full-time graduate and professional students, are eligible for the awards. Up to 50 percent of the scholarships will be targeted to students who, in addition to demonstrating financial need, are members of an ethnic minority group … Continue reading
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