Real Estate Institute introduces online courses for continuing ed
IEI announces Mid-Atlantic Diamond Ventures
Adamany announces retirement effective June 30
Board of Trustees Chairman Howard Gittis announced Jan. 19 that David Adamany will retire as President of the University effective June 30, 2006 — capping a remarkable six-year tenure that has featured dramatic growth in Temple’s student body and in Temple’s impact throughout the region. [more]
As Temple’s eighth president, David Adamany frequently engages with students, from greeting new freshmen and their parents at move-in to eating with them in the dining halls. Last week, Adamany announced that he will retire effective June 30.
Temple among top wired campuses For the second consecutive year, Temple rates among the nation’s most wired colleges and universities after being named to The Princeton Review’s third annual “Most Connected Campuses” list. [more]
Senior awarded Marshall Scholarship Mena Hanna, a senior majoring in composition in the Boyer College of Music and Dance, has been chosen to receive a highly coveted Marshall Scholarship. [more]
Around Temple Diabetes campaign hits the streets ... When in Rome ... ‘The Right Role’ [more]
Repetition helps medical students master heart sounds [more]
Temple researchers debunk head injury technique [more]
Study ranks clinical psych program ninth in nation [more]
Grant will fund ressearch into obesity, concer links [more]
Men's soccer coach inducted into Baltimore Blast Hall of Fame [more]
This Week in Temple History Feb. 2, 1989 The University reported that it would issue a new policy calling for a “smoke-free environment.” The report was written by the President’s Committee on Smoking Policy and recommended that the University limit smoking to designated areas at Temple facilities and campuses. At the time this report was published, smoking was still considered a norm on University grounds. There were smoking and non-smoking sections in all dining areas on campus, smoking was allowed in the hallways of Temple facilities and smoking in dormitories was acceptable. Today, smoking is still allowed on the grounds of Temple campuses, but people must smoke at least 25 feet from all entrances to University facilities.