A Season of Giving: Scholarships, Awards, and Grants

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We are in the throes of the holiday season, and for many of us, that means selecting the perfect gifts for friends and family members. We angle our way into lines on Black Friday or queue up virtually on Cyber … Continue reading

“So you want to teach?”: Non-Teaching Careers for English Majors

For many, summer vacation is a time for family. And, as with most family gatherings, the conversation is bound to eventually land on the inevitable question: “What are you going to do with that degree?” As a Communications major, I … Continue reading

How to Graduate with Sigma Tau Delta Swag

Ahh, graduation. It’s hard to believe we survived late-night study sessions, coffee-induced comas, and library all-nighters. Our reward: the sweet satisfaction of finally saying goodbye to it all while waving hello to the future. Why not separate yourself with some … Continue reading

Hey, You! Graduate Student! Do You Want Some Scholarship Money?

Ah, graduate school—that magical time in your life when you devote so much of yourself to scholarship that rather than sleeping in your bed you tend to fall asleep on your keyboard instead (if, of course, your cat doesn’t get … Continue reading

I’m Graduating, Now What? Alumni Opportunities with Sigma Tau Delta

The spring semester rapidly is coming to a close and for some that means graduation, an exciting time when hard work finally pays off and you receive the degree(s) into which you have poured so much blood, sweat, and tears. … Continue reading

Get the Most Out of Your Alumni Network

by Lauren Brandeberry Alumni Epsilon I recently came across a wonderful, must-read article about taking advantage of your school’s alumni network. It contains some great advice such as: While face-to-face meetups are still a common and extremely beneficial way to … Continue reading

All Alumni Welcomed!

by Jon L Peacock Alumni Representative, 2012-2013 When I went to last year’s convention, I felt I was completely detached from Sigma Tau Delta and would only be there as a distant observer. I had been involved in the past, … Continue reading

Diving Head First

by Jon L Peacock Alumni Representative, 2012-2013 Omicron Zeta Chapter Alumnus of Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY When I became a member of Sigma Tau Delta, I was a graduate student at Long Island University, Brooklyn campus, and our chapter … Continue reading

More Award Opportunities

Scholarships are not the only way for students and chapters to get recognition and funding. Sigma Tau Delta has many awards for qualified student members, Faculty Sponsors, and chapter activities. The application process is often quick and easy, and winning … Continue reading

Feeling Infinite: Gearing Up For “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

by Heather Etelamaki Alumni Epsilon Chapter Alumna of Kansas State Univeristy I am a firm believer that books come to you at the right moment. I refuse to believe it coincidental that I finally sat down to read The Perks … Continue reading