Commentary
President Adamany:
Academic freedom alive and well at Temple


Virtual dentistry
Dentistry prof animates patients’ skulls in 3-D.


Beyond Temple

WRTI’s Anne Todd helps those displaced by Katrina.
www.temple.edu
March 2, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 22

Announcements

Maintaining Current and Accurate Records on Nonimmigrant Employees


 
Three-peat!

#19 women's basketball takes third straight A-10 title, while Candice Dupree earns her third straight Most Oustanding Player Award. [more]

 

Women's basketball

 

Better living through shrubbery

Temple Ambler's 'healing gardens' exhibit wins an Award of Merit at the Philly Flower Show — the fifth straight year that the Ambler campus has garnered a major exhibitor award show. [more]


 

Temple’s 2006 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit, “Nature Nurtures — Mind, Body, Spirit,” is on display at the Pennsylvania Convention Center through Sunday, March 12.

 

Adamany lobbies state for funding
    In his final appearances before the Pennsylvania House and Senate appropriations committees, President David Adamany urged lawmakers to increase state funding for higher education. [more]

Spotlight: Trustee Patrick Larkin
   Patrick V. Larkin says that he grew up in a family of “very strong women.” Without the timely intervention of one such woman, Larkin might never have graduated from Temple. [more]

Around Temple
   8-year-old studies planaria ... A second attempt at FIRST ... School for Deaf students cheer on Temple ... Founder’s Celebration set for March 25 [more]

 
 

Temple Times and International Programs present:
Overseas Adventures:
Spring 2006
   
Peer teachers provide support, gain experience [more]
   
Underground Railroad conference puts focus on Philadelphia’s role [more]
   
It’s all downhill for engineering prof's 'virtual bobsled' [more]
   
Publication highlights research by Temple faculty, students [more]
   
Temple steps in to help in student emergencies [more]
 

HRMatters
In The News

Awards
Bits&PCs


  This Week in Temple History
March 2, 1966

  The Temple University News reported that University students unexpectedly found themselves eating in temporary dining areas in College Hall and in the basement of Conwell Hall when the Broad Street luncheonettes were demolished. A new dining area was planned to be included in the Student Activities Center, but the building wasn’t set to be constructed for another year. Without many other options, students petitioned for the permission of lunch trucks to be placed on the streets around campus.

Information courtesy of the Templana Collection.

 

 
Women's basketball Philadelphia Flower Show