College House Music Fellows

Share your love of music with your House!  We’re seeking applications for College House Undergraduate Music Fellowships.  All College House residents with ideas for creative performance-based projects are eligible to apply for this one-semester (Spring 2023) fellowship, which awards one semester of one-hour weekly private lessons with an instrument or vocal instructor, or a cash award of $500. Music Fellows will be expected to plan and execute a performance-based music event in their College House; we welcome proposals representing any musical repertoire, style, genre, including the innovative juxtaposition, overlap, or fusion of different music-making traditions. The ideal candidate should be highly practiced in his/her instrument, dedicated to artistic expression through performance, and interested in the arts leadership, management and community-building that can surround it. Eligible students must reside on campus in a College House and may be required to audition. Applications are being accepted until 10/28.


 


www.collegehouses.upenn.edu/music


Reach-a-Peer Helpline (RAPLine)

 RAPLine is a student-run peer support helpline. We have a 24/7 textline and a nightly phone line that provides anonymous and confidential support for Penn students.


Truman Scholarship

Penn juniors and second-year students are invited to attend in-person events sponsored by Penn’s Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF) to learn about the Truman Scholarship. This opportunity requires Penn’s nomination and awards $30,000 in scholarships to support graduate study for activist “change agents” who plan to pursue public service careers. Recipients may use the funds for a graduate program in fields such as Public Administration, Public Health, Social Work, Education, Public Policy, International Affairs, Law, or related areas. Applicants (who must be US citizens) apply for the Truman Scholarship in the fall of their junior year by Penn’s internal deadline of November 14, 2022 at 4:00 pm. Contact Dr. Angie Estévez for more information.


 


 


Introduction to the Truman Scholarship with Truman Scholars


Tuesday, October 4 at 3:30 pm (in-person, location TBD)


Join CURF and recent Truman Scholars to learn about the Truman Scholarship and Penn’s application process. Truman Scholars will share their experiences as Scholars thus far and answer your questions.


Register here:  Penn CURF Events


 
Truman Scholarship Application Workshop with Truman Scholars


Wednesday, October 12 at 3:30 pm (in-person, location TBD)


This hands-on workshop will help you start brainstorming experiences and responses relevant to the Truman application. CURF will guide you through brief exercises to help you think about and draft ideas for your essays. Truman Scholars will share their perspectives and approaches to the application and answer your questions.


Register here:   Penn CURF Events


 


Rice Up

-WHEN & WHERE-
Monday, October 3rd @ 12 | Lippincott 247

Rice Up is UPenn's first club dedicated to Asian-American advocacy! Join us on Saturdays from 5-6PM to fight for our community and explore Asian culture. Asians + Allies of all ages welcome. 
ytbf.org/riceup
https://www.instagram.com/riceup_upenn/
 https://forms.gle/9XCRQS6J5smV8R5Y6


Climate Week at Penn

The Climate emergency is everyone’s business. Join us during Climate Week at Penn to find your place in the climate movement.
October 10-14, 2022


 


https://climateweek.provost.upenn.edu/


PennFit in the College Houses for Fall '22

Penn Campus Recreation for a weekly Circuit workout to build strength and cardiovascular endurance! Class is for all levels – progressions and modifications provided. Bring a small towel and a water bottle – no additional equipment required. No registration required; just show up ready to work out!  Wednesdays at 5PM in Gutmann 210 and Hill’s 4th floor Multipurpose Room; all residents welcome!