The University of Memphis


MEMPHIS, Tenn. — It will cost more to attend the University of Memphis. A 2.3 percent hike in tuition has been approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents. According to the U of M, the hike will add $7 per credit hour for undergraduates, $11 per credit hour for graduate students and $18 per credit…

via Tuition hike coming to U of M — WREG.com

Volunteers Wanted for a Research Study
 
We are interested in learning how work, choice, confidence, and activism impact meaning in life. We are looking for adult participants of diverse employment statuses (e.g., employed, unemployed, underemployed), age 18 or older.
 
Your participation would take about 15-20 minutes of your time and would consist of taking an online survey. Participants may enter a drawing for a chance to win one of five $20 gift cards to Amazon.com (about a 1 in 40 chance of winning).
 
If interested, please visit the URL below. If you have any questions, you may contact the researcher, Dr. Melissa Fickling, Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Research at mfckling@memphis.edu.
 
To learn more and to participate in this study, go to

Interested in a night class to become certified in CompTIA A+? Tech901 will offer an evening class in the fall of 2016. Please click the link and fill out the form below, and we’ll be in touch with information. Thank you!

2016 Falling Evening Classes

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Upcoming architecture summer camp at the University of Memphis!

There are scholarships available for the camp, applications are due April 15. The application is available online: http://aiamemphis.org/s/2016-Architecture-Summer-Camp-Application-copy.pdf

Background Info:

The Architecture+Design Summer Program, celebrating its 13th anniversary in 2016, is an exciting summer day program developed for high school students who are interested in learning more about the art, science, and practice of design. The camp program is structured around a variety of activities including an introduction to architectural and structural concepts, computer applications, model building, and freehand drawing. The program of study also includes trips to construction projects, visits to architectural offices, and a walking tour of historic sites. Local architects, engineers, landscape architects, and other design professionals serve as guest lecturers.

The program is jointly sponsored by the University of Memphis Department of Architecture and AIA Memphis.

Participants work one-on-one and in groups with U of M instructors, local architects, engineers, landscape architects, and design professionals and culminate their experience with presentation of student projects and a certificate presented to a professional jury, family, and friends.
Here are links to AIA Memphis posts about the camp:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AIAMemphis/posts/1145080138865159
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AIAMemphis/status/718111573596712960

Tiger Bookstore is hiring! (U of M) Need extra cash and want to work in a fun-filled environment?

Looking for full & part time textbook and merchandise associates.

Experience a plus, but not necessary. Students and non-students encouraged to apply! Pleasant attitudes and flexible schedules are a must.

Please send your resume to Jeremy Stinson at jeremy@tigerbookstore.com, or complete and send your application online.

Have fun working at our bookstore, help with community activities, assist with Memphis Tigers game days, and more!

http://www.tigerbookstore.com/employment

Junior League of Memphis 2015-2016 Voluntarism Scholarship Award

 

The Junior League of Memphis is pleased to announce that we are seeking qualified applicants to compete for our first annual Scholarship Awards for the 2015-2016 academic year. Up to $10,000 will be awarded to deserving female students who are striving to purse a degree at a local 4-year college. Applicants must exhibit leadership qualities and have a strong volunteer history.

Attached are procedures, eligibility requirements and the application for this scholarship. I would appreciate it if you would please forward this on to those who may be eligible for this scholarship and also to your contacts (school counselors, parents, local churches, etc.). Applications are also available online (http://www.jlmemphis.org/developingcommunity/2015-2016jlmvoluntarismscholarshipawardapplication.

 

Timeline

Jan. 30, 2015: Applications due (including recommendation letters and transcripts)

Feb. 22, 2015: Finalists selected and notified

Feb. 23 – March 9, 2015: JLM members vote

March 31, 2015: Winners announced via mail or email

April 2015: Winners announced to JLM Membership

Questions? Email Jeni Linkous at grantsandscholarships@jlmemphis.org

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