Summer selection
Freshmen to read West of Kabul, East of New York.




ID card's new face
Distribution will begin in mid-June.

Student screenings
FMA students show work at Diamond Screen Film Festival.


www.temple.edu
May 5 , 2005
Vol. 35, No. 29

Announcements
   Coming soon: New TUids, OWLcards
for TU community

   The Universitywide initiative to replace Social Security numbers with a unique nine-digit Temple University identification number — called the TUid — as the primary means of identification is well under way. [more]

    Parking Operations Schedule - 2005 Summer Sessions

    All areas will be open for Commencement on Thursday, May 19, 2005. Some parking restrictions will apply on this day.  [more]


NewsBriefs
    $150 million to permanently endow CORE fund [more]

    Publication notice of
The Temple Times
[more]

    Final exam hours posted for Paley, labs, Rec Services [more]
 
Pitching in to help the community

Leaders from Temple and the community are collaborating to revitalize North Philly   
   It’s an old cliché that people know that they have found their life’s work when they relish waking up and going to the office each morning.
Jason Riley does one better: He looks forward to rolling out of bed on Saturdays to come to work.
   “When I first started at Temple about a year ago, I woke up early one weekend and realized that if you’re excited about getting up at 6 a.m. on a Saturday to go to work, you must love what you do,” said Riley, assistant director for community service, who is often side-by-side with students and administrators toiling in the streets of North Philadelphia. [more]

playground
Photo by Claire Tillman

 

Paleontology CSI
    The geology work of graduate students Celina and Marina Suarez have helped define a new species of raptor-like dinosaur, Falcarius utahensis, which has been discovered in Utah.
[more]

Spotlight | Trustee Jerry Volpe
    Jerry Volpe doesn’t fit the profile of a typical University trustee. He isn’t a senior executive, a politician, a lawyer, a physician or a philanthropist. As a matter of fact, he doesn’t have a college degree. [more]

Around Temple
    ROTC cadet receives Marshall award ... President’s Scholars [more]

   

Adamany addresses Pa. education-to-workplace panel [more]

Getting the inside story on GI disorders [more]

20-year club members announced [more]
Chemistry’s Dalton named Honors Professor of the Year [more]
Temple honors its best at third annual Breakfast of Champions [more]
Meeting pitches recruiting older volunteers [more]
Despite loss, women’s rugby still rules [more]

HRMatters
In Memoriam
In The News

Awards & Achievements
Research Notes

Bits&PCs

This Week in Temple History
May 12, 1954

  On this date, legendary composer Irving Berlin visited campus to receive an honorary doctor of music degree at the annual music convocation. At the ceremony, Temple’s Concert Choir sang “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor,” the inscription on the Statue of Liberty set to music by Berlin. Afterward, Berlin attended a luncheon in Mitten Hall during which he sang songs from the new movie White Christmas on his private piano brought from New York.