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March 24, 2005
Vol. 35, No. 23

Announcements
    jobs@temple and iHiring Manager scheduled maintenance
   
The jobs@temple and iHiring Manager sites will be down for approximately 24 hours beginning Wednesday, March 23. This is due to a system upgrade to iGreentree, the software system used to integrate hiring, employment requisitions and applicants. The new version will include several enhancements.


 
New physics mural is 'all relative'

   mural   A new mural depicting Galileo and Albert Einstein was unveiled March 1 for faculty and students in the lobby/lounge area of the physics department on the fist floor of Barton Hall.
    Artist Henry Martin (pictured, at left) painted the 37.5-foot by 22.5-foot mural, which was commissioned by department chair C.J. “Jeff” Martoff (right).
   The scenes on the mural highlight the links between Galileo and Einstein through their theories and research into motion, relativity and time.
   “It was a very interesting project,” Martin said. “Not having a scientific background, it was both instructive and artistic.”
Martoff said the lobby/lounge area is heavily used by students from varied backgrounds who attend classes in the large Barton Hall lecture rooms. He thought the mural would inspire physics and non-physics students alike and help show why physics is interesting.
- Preston M. Moretz

Fox students audition for 'Apprentice'
   At The Fox School audition, applicants got about five minutes to showcase their business savvy and sparkling personalities. [more]

Court finds for Temple in suit by Marcavage
   A federal court jury last week ruled in Temple’s favor and rejected claims by former student Michael Marcavage that the University violated his constitutional rights and engaged in other improper conduct when University officials transported him to Temple University Hospital for an emergency psychiatric evaluation. [more]

Spotlight | Trustee Stephen Miskin
    When asked about his undergraduate years at Temple, Trustee Stephen Miskin, ’91, sighs.
“Let’s just say I learned that Temple was a hard place to leave,” he said.
[more]

   

New drug kills tumors by halting cell division [more]

Study explains low-carb diets' fast results [more]

Program targets 'fear factor' in social situations [more]
Women entrepreneurs program highlights speakers who lead [more]
College of Health Professions stresses interdisciplinary health care [more]
Skorski receives $900K grant to research leukemia treatment [more]

CHP dean studying effects of psychoactive drugs on young people [more]
Writer-in-residence introduces emerging forms of writing [more]

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This Week in Temple History
March 27, 1986

   The Temple Times reported the unveiling of a renovated Office of Undergraduate Admissions on the first floor of Conwell Hall. In the new space, students could be admitted, receive financial aid and enroll for courses instead of traveling to scattered offices of Main Campus to find the various support services they need.
    A major feature of the renovation was the “Presentation Room,” which contained a 45-inch TV screen for showing videotapes and slide presentations about the University. The room was built to hold at least 30 people.