EarthFest
Temple Ambler celebrates Earth Day all day Friday.



 
No more paper
Billing, purchasing go electronic this spring.

Faculty awards

Outstanding teachers, researchers honored.
www.temple.edu
April 20, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 28

Announcements

Student Electronic Billing
By accessing bills electronically, students will have more time to review and pay it before the due date. Timely payment automatically confirms students’ registration and avoids late payment fees.

Performance Development System (PDS) to be unavailable
The PDS Web system at http://pds.temple.edu will be down from April 24 through April 28 as work is completed to install the enhanced system. It is anticipated that the new system will be available to users Monday, May 1. For more information, contact Karen Cherwony at 215-204-1669 or karen.cherwony@temple.edu.

Electronic Purchasing

Effective May 1, all paper requisitions submitted to the Purchasing department must go through Ultimus workflow software, an electronic requisitioning system.


 
Architect for new Medical School building named

   The School of Medicine recently named Ballinger, a Philadelphia firm, as the architect for the new $150 million School of Medicine facility, the largest capital project in Temple’s history. Ground-breaking is scheduled for this fall.

   “This spectacular new home will elevate Temple University School of Medicine to its rightful place among the nation’s top educational institutions,” Dean John Daly said.
   
   The 480,000-square-foot, 11-story building will provide state-of-the-art teaching and research spaces. Features include six research floors, private study and conference rooms, a clinical skills instruction wing, a new anatomy teaching lab, two large auditoriums, high-tech classrooms and a state-of-the-art library.
[more]

medschool
Image by Ballinger



Three TU Press books listed
among best in academia

   Choice magazine has named its “Outstanding Academic Titles” for 2005, and three Temple University Press books made the highly selective list. [more]

2006 Faculty Awards [more]
   This week's issue of the Temple Times features four more faculty members awarded for outstanding teaching, research and creative accomplishments:
   John Douglas, Boyer College of Music and Dance, department of voice and opera
   Cheryl Dileo, Boyer College of Music and Dance, department of music therapy
   Amy Goldberg, School of Medicine, department of surgery
   Donna Snow, School of Communications and Theater, department of theater

Around Temple
   Media disaster training ... Architecture students display interactive installation ... Connecting the community to Medicare ... EarthFest 2006 [more]

 
 

Temple Times and International Programs present:
Overseas Adventures:
Spring 2006
   
Temple Opera Theater to stage Verdi's 'Falstaff' [more]
   
Muscarella named associate dean
at School of Podiatric Medicine [more]
   
Bai pushes Congress to
boost research support [more]
   
Low-income patients reduce heart risk via Internet ‘visits’ [more]
   
Biology major wins breast cancer award [more]
   
Award fuels winner’s magazine dreams [more]

HRMatters
In The News

Research
Bits&PCs


  This Week in Temple History
April 21, 1970

  The Temple University News reported that there was a brand-new course offered in Urban Planning Department, which taught students how to safely ride the subway. The University believed that since the Broad Street line had the important function of delivering thousands of commuters to campus, it could also serve as an educational tool.
Information courtesy of the Templana Collection, Temple University Libraries.