Introducing the Way-Back Machine
I was recently gifted by my predecessor, David Waldstreicher, with a box of Faculty Heralds from the 1980s and 1990s, which we haven’t yet had a chance to put online. He directed me to the following issue from February of 1996, embedded in the image below, which includes an article on the coming of Responsibility Centered Management. I also found interesting the article on the perennial topic of What’s To Be Done With Ambler as well as the columns on the timely issues of technology in the classroom, recognizing domestic partner-ships, and the need for Disability Studies, among others. I include this issue not to suggest that Temple has made not changed since 1996; the articles themselves reveal that this is an absurd suggestion. But I do believe we can learn from our past, and then it’s also not the worst thing to smile ruefully about the persistence of certain bedeviling issues.
My apologies for the imperfect scan of page 3.
- The Editor