Brotherly love
Underground Railroad conference focuses on Philly’s role.


Past, present, future
Paley programs explore black, women’s history.


Law lecture

High-profile attorney Boies to speak at Law School
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February 9, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 19

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Independent publications funding available for students


 
School of Pharmacy opens drug manufacturing facility

    A new drug manufacturing facility at the School of Pharmacy will simultaneously supply the research community as well as train students in quality assurance and regulatory affairs. The cGMP, or “current Good Manufacturing Practices,” facility is one of only six based at universities nationwide.

    The facility will produce drug tablets, capsules and powders as well as offer services to both university scientists and pharmaceutical companies that are testing experimental oral medications.

    The Food and Drug Administration requires that drugs used in research be manufactured using the same standards, or “current Good Manufacturing Practices,” that are required for drugs already on the market, explained David Lebo, director of cGMP services. [more]

David Lebo, (at left) director of the cGMP facility at the School of Pharmacy, holds capsules that will be filled with powder by the capsule filler machine.

 

Fox M.B.A. program rises in rankings,
still No. 1 in value
    For the second consecutive year, the M.B.A. program of The Fox School of Business and Management has been ranked as the No. 1 “Value for Money” among U.S. public-urban universities by the Financial Times in its 2006 rankings. [more]

Around Temple
   Follow the Underground Railroad ... High-profile lawyer Boies to speak ... ‘To Whom Does the Mainstream Belong?’ [more]

 
 

Soviet technology from Cold War studied for multiple ills [more]
   
TAUP withdraws its grievance against TU over merit pay procedures [more]
   
 

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  This Week in Temple History
Feb. 10, 1966

   The Temple University News announced that the University had grown tired of the crowded alleys of parked cars and asked the city council for permission to be able to tow cars that were illegally parked on campus grounds. Three months after the request, administrators were given the OK.

Information courtesy the Templana Collection.