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June 23, 2005
 

Announcements
   Tallarida returns to faculty; new VP for faculty affairs sought
   
Provost Ira M. Schwartz has announced that Ronald J. Tallarida will step down as vice provost for faculty affairs effective July 31 to return to the faculty and concentrate on his research. While serving as an administrator, Tallarida maintained an active research program with several externally funded grants.  [more]


 

 

Urban landscape
Commencement 2005

In June, landscapers in the grounds department could be found all around Main Campus planting, shaping and watering Temple's many green spaces.

Temple’s grounds department maintains landscaped areas totaling more than 200 acres on the Main, Tyler and Ambler campuses, and plants more than 40,000 annual bulbs each year. On Main Campus alone, the department tends 1,000 trees and 16,000 shrubs.

   Year round, the department’s work continues in planning, maintaining and improving the green spaces that make Temple’s urban and suburban campuses spring to life.

   The grounds department is part of the Division of Support Services, Office of Facilities Management.


Visit the Temple University photo archive for a photographic tour of Temple’s campus, year-round.

 

I.M.B.A. students help international companies enter the U.S. market
Shortly after Temple’s seventh annual International Venture Fair, Andrew Dugdale, CEO of the British company ICDL, already knew that traveling from Britain to the United States to attend the fair had been a valuable investment. [more]

Temple podiatrist offers summer foot health advice for women traveling
    Leading podiatric physician and Temple faculty member Lesly Robinson offers tips for women who don’t want to sacrifice comfort for style when packing shoes for vacation. [more]

Fox School of Business reaccredited with strong vote of confidence
    Fox School Dean M. Moshe Porat said, "I am very gratified by the strong vote of confidence on all fronts given by the AACSB, and I look forward to the challenges of raising resources so we can move even higher in the rankings." [more]

   

U.S. ambassador to Japan gives keynote address at TUJ commencement ceremony [more]

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