Musser Awards
Comcast founder, Fox School leaders recognized at dinner.

Rule of Law

Law program graduates
Chinese legal professionals.


MIRT




‘The Real Deal ’

‘Conference to focus on biotech funding strategies.

www.temple.edu
November 10, 2005
Vol. 36, No. 12

Announcements

Employee Self-Service System Data Review [more]



 
Tyler grad’s films put art in motion

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Karen Dee Carpenter, a Tyler School of Art alumna who made the leap from painter to filmmaker and now is a fourth-year M.F.A. candidate in film and media arts at Temple, recently accepted a 2005 Cultural Arts Award grant from the Princess Grace Foundation USA at a black-tie gala in New York City. Carpenter won for her fifth production, “Sarah & Dee.”

Karen Dee Carpenter, who returned to Temple for film, is winning notice and awards.

    A painting, says Karen Dee Carpenter, is simply one frame of a film. And that explains how — and why — the Tyler School of Art alumna made the leap from painter to filmmaker after getting her B.F.A. in painting in 1987.

    She has clearly landed at the doorstep of success. Carpenter, now a fourth-year M.F.A. candidate in film and media arts at Temple, was in New York on Wednesday, Oct. 26, to accept a 2005 Cultural Arts Award grant from the Princess Grace Foundation USA at a black-tie gala hosted by CNN’s Larry King. [more]


 

PNC funds professor in early childhood education
    Strengthening a longstanding commitment to improve the literacy and school readiness of preschool children throughout Philadelphia, Temple and PNC Bank have entered into a partnership to endow a professorship in early childhood education in the College of Education. [more]

Medicine’s Houser thinks stem cells may fight heart failure
    While a heart loofah may remain the stuff of medical fantasy, Steven Houser, director of the Cardiovascular Research Center at the School of Medicine, is sold on the idea that the heart like the skin contains its own stem cells: cells that are self-renewing and can be differentiated into different types of heart tissue. [more]

Around Temple
    A twist for commuters ... Chinese law program holds graduation ... Teach-in to focus on free speech ... Catholic scholar Hans Küng to speak [more]

 
 

Princeton president/Temple alumna Tilghman honored [more]
Two Temple students awarded prestigious Cooke scholarships [more]
Former mob boss warns student-athletes about gambling risks [more]
 
Temple ROTC wins Ranger Challenge [more]

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This Week in Temple History
Nov. 15, 1990

   The Temple Times announced that the University would begin offering a free escort service from dusk to dawn, seven days a week, for Temple students, staff and faculty.
   
Campus police still provide the service (now known as the Owl Loop) as transport to housing facilities, parking lots, public transportation, or to other campuses.
   For further information contact Facilities Management at 215-204-7377 or got to www.temple.edu/facilities.