Officers Mark Haggerty and Sean Fullerton To the rescue
Temple officers help evacuate building after fire breaks out.
Change at Faculty Senate
Dan O’Hara resigns as president; Jane DeRose Evans tapped to succeed him.
Ainsley Carry

Building Leaders
Ainsley Carry aims to get students involved.

 

www.temple.edu
January 27, 2005
Vol. 35, No. 16

Announcements
    Institutional Review Board Announcement
    There will be an addition of two Institutional Review Boards to assist in the review process for medical intervention protocols performed at Temple University. [more]

    Flu Shots
   
According to the Philadelphia Department Of Health, the flu season is still upon us. Flu shots will be available in Student Health, Mitten
Hall lower level, Monday, Jan. 31, from 10:30 a.m.
- 4 p.m. All Temple
employees are eligible; you must present your Temple ID badge and
complete a consent form prior to receiving the flu vaccine.

    Temple Inclement Weather Policy
    Temple University’s
formal policy explaining
inclement weather
decisions is available
online at http://policies.temple.edu/
getdoc.asp?policy_no=
04.31.12
. [more]

    Temple to Continue Football at Division I-A Level
    Temple University announced that it will continue to play Division I-A football and will actively seek a conference affiliation as soon as possible. [more]

NewsBriefs   

    2005-06 Pennsylvania and Metropolitan Philadelphia Survey Fellowship

    Respect Week ‘Service Showcase’

    Women’s basketball team is No. 24 in the nation 


 
Architect selected for Tyler building

     Carlos Jimenez of Houston will design the art school’s new home on Main Campus.  
   
Award-winning architect Carlos Jimenez of Carlos Jimenez Studio in Houston, designer of some of the country’s premier art education facilities and exhibition spaces, has been signed to design Temple’s new Tyler School of Art building on Main Campus.
    The $75 million project will relocate Tyler from its current campus in Elkins Park. The world-class facility, incorporating a variety of art-related spaces including studios, workshops and exhibition galleries, is expected to be completed in 2007.
[more]

Carlos Jimenez
Carlos Jimenez, who has been tapped to design the Tyler School of Art’s signature building on Main Campus, has designed some of the country’s premier art education facilities and exhibition spaces, and his work has won numerous honors and awards.
 

Fox M.B.A. ranked #1 in nation for value
    The board also approved “Temple University’s Aspirations for a New Century,” a three-paragraph document supporting the mission statement that outlines the University’s goals for the future. [more]


Spotlight | Trustee Joan Ballots
    Nearly four years ago, Marshall, who refers to himself as a “recovering lawyer,” left his Philadelphia-based law firm Goldman & Marshall, P.C., to pursue another area of public service: health care. [more]

Around Temple
Painting eggs green ... Students welcomed back with Taste of Philly ... New bus shelter at 12th Street stop [more]

   

Students at School of Dentistry
provide care for Haitians in need
[more]

Officers come to rescue with heroism, doughnuts [more]

Daniel T. O’Hara steps down
as Faculty Senate president
[more]

Temple study focuses on mechanism that turns cocaine use into addiction [more]

Dean of Students Carry aims to develop leaders [more]
Pharmacokinetics expert Gallo
to direct new research facility
[more]

HRMatters
In Memoriam
In The News

Awards & Achievements
Research Notes

Bits&PCs

This Week in Temple History
January 30, 1992

   Temple University Hospital turned 100 years old. The original hospital was dedicated on Jan. 30, 1892, as a 20-bed unit in a Victorian house. It was founded in 1891 on the principle that healing should be available to all persons regardless of their finances. Founder Russell Conwell christened it “The Samaritan.” Peter A.B. Widener donated two horses to pull a carriage that was the hospital’s first ambulance. In 1930, the hospital’s name was changed from Samaritan to Temple University Hospital.