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INSIDE VOLUME 38, NUMBER 5   (May, 2008)
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Faculty Herald’s New Editor

"The Faculty Senate Steering Committee voted unanimously for David Waldstreicher (CLA), Professor of History, to be the next editor of The Temple Faculty Herald..."

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From Editor Gordon

"We have now come to the final issue of The Temple Faculty Herald under my editorship."
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Periodic Program Review to Complete Year Five in Initial Seven Year Cycle

"Temple University will complete its 5th year of periodic program review (PPR) in June."

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Encourage Your Students to Apply

"A colleague recently called to ask how our students fare after they graduate from Temple. "

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Visual Anthropologists Take on Japanese Visual Culture

"Summer sessions offer faculty exciting opportunities to lead by example..."

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Also inside vol. 38, no. 5
Letters to the Editor
Minutes
TUFH Staff

 

INSIDE VOLUME 38, NUMBER 4  (April, 2008)
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Critical Reasoning in Gen Ed

What would make a group of Temple students give a mathematics professor a standing ovation?"
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From Editor Gordon

"This issue of The Temple Faculty Herald focuses on innovative courses and international programs."
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The Harpsichord in China:
Journey of a Temple Artist and Scholar

Joyce Lindorff (Boyer College of Music and Dance) came to Temple by way of Hong Kong."

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Foreign Teaching and the Research Agenda: Beijing

"One of the things that drew me to Temple’s law school in 1984 was the richness of its foreign programs and the opportunities that might develop to teach in a foreign country."

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Also inside vol. 38, no. 4
Community Event: Broad Street and Beyond
Fox School's IT Awards
Faculty Petition in Support of Professor Ayoub
Minutes
TUFH Staff

 

 

INSIDE VOLUME 38, NUMBER 3  (February, 2008)
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From the President of the TAUP

The TAUP calls itself a “union of professionals.”  But what does that mean?  Some people expect us to..."
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From Editor Gordon

"During the last week of September 2007, the faculty in the Department of Religion..."
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From the VP for Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs Wants to Take Your Class to the Zoo…or the Museum, Opera, or Even New York City…."

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An Open Letter to President Hart

An Open Letter to President Hart on non-Academics’ Jeopardizing the Academic Integrity of Temple

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Holding on to Our Principles

In the case of the loss of the endowed chair in Islamic studies, the university’s inability to hold to its principles in the wake of criticism from external forces is shameful."
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Also inside vol. 38, no. 3
Fox School's High Ranking
Minutes
TUFH Staff

 

 

INSIDE VOLUME 38, NUMBER 2  (November, 2007)
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New Associate Vice Provost and Director of the Teaching & Learning Center

Dr. Pamela Barnett is new to Temple as an Associate Vice Provost and Director of the Teaching & Learning Center."
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From Editor Gordon

"This issue of The Temple Faculty Herald welcomes Robert Aiken’s first editorial as President of the Faculty Senate."
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From the Faculty Senate President
Lewis Gordon asked me to write about my hopes, goals, and objectives for this Academic Year."
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Scholarship in Service of Community Enrichment: A Profile of Barbara Ferman (CLA)

Barbara Ferman is Professor of Political Science and founder and Director of the University Community Collaborative of Philadelphia..."

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Also inside vol. 38, no. 2
In Memory of Murray Friedman
Fox Faculty to Receive Distinguished Musser Award
Academic Freedom for All: Fact or Fiction?
Minutes
TUFH Staff

 

INSIDE VOLUME 38, NUMBER 1  (September, 2007)
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From the New Dean of CLA

Having accepted the invitation to serve as the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts..."

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From Editor Gordon

"Temple continues to move forward."
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General Education on the Move
“With the roll-out of Gen Ed scheduled for AY2008-2009...”
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A Tribute to Jane Evans
Jane has served 2 ½ years as President of the Temple University Faculty Senate.

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Also inside vol. 38, no. 1
From Jane Evans
Minutes
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