Host an international student
The Intensive English Language Program is looking for administration, staff and faculty members who would like to host Temple international students and IELP students for seven weeks or more. While staying in the hosts’ homes, the international students would learn about the American way of life and would practice their English. In addition, the hosts would receive stipends for their service. Temple employees who are interested can contact Dennis Serge at 204-2365 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Carver Science Fair needs judges
The George Washington Carver Science Fair, co-sponsored by Temple, needs judges for the 26th annual fair for seventh- through 12th-graders to be held March 8 at McGonigle Hall. fields, including behavioral/social science, biochemistry, botany, chemistry, computer science, consumer science, earth/space science, engineering, environmental science, mathematics, medicine/health science, microbiology, physics and zoology.
As in previous years, the judging day includes a continental breakfast, a brief introduction to the fair, project evaluations through the morning, a buffet lunch, the opportunity to network with colleagues and individual student interviews throughout the afternoon. A science fair judge need not be employed in a science or education field, but should possess a comfortable background in science, math, technology, engineering and/or education, as well as have an appreciation for science education.
Judges are also needed for the elementary science fair for grades four through six to be held March 30 at the Academy of Natural Sciences, 19th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
To volunteer as a judge for one or both fairs, fill out an online registration form at www.temple.edu/carversciencefair or contact Kathy Fadigan, Carver Science Fair judges chair, at 215-971-6431 or email@example.com, or Sharon Angus-Smith, Carver Science Fair judges coordinator, at 215-405-5061 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athletics compliance coordinator named
Andrew Cardamone has been named the compliance coordinator for intercollegiate athletics, Director of Athletics Bill Bradshaw announced.
A graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, Cardamone had been an academic counselor at the University of Oklahoma since 2002. He worked with athletes in the university’s baseball, softball, women’s soccer and golf programs while mentoring at-risk athletes and helping them build strategies for success.
Cardamone received a bachelor of science in psychology from Saint Joseph’s while pitching for the Hawks baseball team. He went on to earn his master of education in counseling and psychological services with a concentration in athletic counseling from Springfield College in Massachussetts.