Alumni Epsilon Newsletter

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Contents: Editor’s Note Interview with Kayla King of Galatea Cosplay Teaching Online Business English to Non-English Speakers AmeriCorps VISTA Experience Editor’s Note Dana Eckstein Berkowitz Library Services Assistant, Yale University Connect with Dana on LinkedIn In elementary school, I took … Continue reading

Figuring Out the Shelf-Life of My Dream Career

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I decided I wanted to be a librarian in eighth grade when I started working as a library aid as a school elective. I adored walking through the child-height shelves with my returns cart, and when I was allowed to … Continue reading

How to Make and Keep Society Connections

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There is no denying that Sigma Tau Delta is a large honor society; as the second largest academic honor society we have over 900 chapters and induct approximately 9,000 members each year. As an international honor society we take great … Continue reading

Purchasing Tutoring Resources for Adult English-Language Learners

This year the Alpha Omicron Xi Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta at Springfield College in Springfield, MA, was awarded a project grant to purchase tutoring materials for The Gray House, a local non-profit that helps adult students learn English. Each … Continue reading

Establishing a Little Free Library

For our Little Free Library project to be achieved it required the dedication of many: me, other members of the Alpha Upsilon Phi Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, our Chapter Sponsor, our university, and our community. Our extremely supportive Chapter … Continue reading

6 Ways to Fund Your Chapter’s Trip to the 2018 Convention

Diane Vanner Steinberg and Felicia Jean Steele have co-sponsored The College of New Jersey‘s Sigma Tau Delta chapter for 11 years, with Diane co-sponsoring it with another faculty member before then. They became serious about fundraising in 2009, after the … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why You Should Run for Student Leadership

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Last year when I arrived in Minneapolis, MN, for the Sigma Tau Delta 2016 International Convention I remember arguing with myself: Me? In Student Leadership? Sure, I’m a member in my share of honor societies and extracurricular clubs—key word there, … Continue reading

A Superhero Fundraiser Idea

Fundraising is essential for productive chapter life, and with the Sigma Tau Delta 2017 International Convention just around the corner it is time to start raising travel funds for your chapter to attend. Asking strangers for money can be a … Continue reading

To Facebook, or Not To Facebook…

Kaitlynn Helm Chi Theta Chapter West Texas A&M University Canyon, TX The Chi Theta Chapter at West Texas A&M University has adopted social media as our primary means of communication among members. However, we have also begun to utilize our … Continue reading

Meet Your Student Leaders

Blog Posts by Region Eastern Far Western High Plains Midwestern Southern Southwestern Student Leadership Active student members have the opportunity to serve Sigma Tau Delta on a Society level. Those members who do so gain valuable networking, organizational, and leadership … Continue reading