November 7, 2006
The John Scott Award is given to "the most deserving" men and women whose inventions have contributed in some outstanding way to the "comfort, welfare and happiness" of mankind. The John Scott Award to Professor Davis recognizes his development of new methods for the synthesis of bio active materials including anti tumor agents.
October 17, 2006
On Saturday October 14, the 10th Annual Philadelphia AMP Research Symposium took place at the University City Sheraton Hotel. Undergraduate students from the nine universities of Philadelphia AMP who worked on summer research presented their work. All seven of the members of Temple’s AMP team were recognized. Cash prizes were given to first, second and third places in four categories (Temple participated in three of the four categories) as well as an honorable mention in each category.
October 5, 2006
The Colloquium and Seminar Schedule for the fall 2006 semester is available online.
September 28, 2006
Hai-Lung Dai, a distinguished professor of chemistry and an experienced administrator at the University of Pennsylvania, will become dean of Temple University’s College of Science and Technology, Temple President Ann Weaver Hart announced. Dai subsequently named George Palladino, a former faculty member at the United States Military Academy and administrator at the University of Pennsylvania, as vice dean. Dai’s appointment is effective January 1, 2007; Palladino will begin in October 2006.
April 17th , 2006
Presentation by Dr. Paul H. Steen, Professor in School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University. Part of the Robert M. and Mary Haythornthwaite Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series from the College of Engineering.
March 28th , 2006
This information-packed workshop will teach you how to turn your innovative ideas into sustainable business ventures.
March 20th , 2006
Presentation by Dr. Kon-Well Wang, Diefenderfer Endowed Chair Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. Part of the Robert M. and Mary Haythornthwaite Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series from the College of Engineering.
March 17th , 2006
Science and Technology Journalism will explore the opportunities in the science and technology journalism marketplace, helping students develop their professional writing and research skills.The 4 credit graduate course will be offered in Temple's 2006 Summer I session. Upperclass undergraduates may register with permission of instructor.
March 17th , 2006
Find out on March 28th, 11:45 - 12:45 pm Rm206. Information session presented by Celeste Baine, author of "Is There an Engineer Inside You?" During this session, she will discuss the many, and sometimes untraditional, engineering careers available.
March 2nd , 2006
Computer and Information Science department is having an open house on March 14th, 2006, 3:00pm - 5:00pm at the Tech Center, Room #111.
March 2nd , 2006
Lecture by Temple alumnus, Dr. Abraham Clearfield is a professor in the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M University.
March 2nd , 2006
Presentation by Dr. F.G. Yuan, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Research Coordinator of National Institute of Aerospace, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.Part of the Robert M. and Mary Haythornthwaite Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series from the College of Engineering.
February 23th, 2006
State House Speaker John M. Perzel (R-Philadelphia) visited Temple on Feb. 2 to present $1.5 million to the Sbarro Health Research Organization, which will help fund lung, ovarian and breast cancer research programs in the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine in the College of Science and Technology.
February 8th, 2006
Presentation by Dr. Aleksander S. Popel, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine and Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University. Part of the Robert M. and Mary Haythornthwaite Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series from the College of Engineering.
February 6th, 2006
The ACS, Philadelphia Section welcomes you to attend their February meeting at Temple University. Presentation on “Evolving Laser Pulses for Chemistry: From Reaction Control to Weapons Detection” by Dr. Robert J. Levis. The meeting is at Rhoades Rm, Diamond Club, Mitten Hall on February 16th 2006, 7:00 pm.
January 19th, 2006
Laura Toran, associate professor and the Weeks Chair in Environmental Geology, has been named a fellow by the Geological Society of America “for new insights into the flow of groundwater in heterogeneous, fractured aquifers and the chemical evolution of groundwater.”
January 17th, 2006
Temple University’s College of Engineering is proud to announce the inaugural Robert M. and Mary Haythornthwaite Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series. Esteemed educators and researchers will be giving lectures on a selection of topics in engineering and applied sciences. These lectures are free and all are invited to attend.