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www.temple.edu
September 1, 2005
Vol. 36, No. 2

Announcements
Temple Offers Help for Students Affected by Katrina [more]

Ex-assistant DA named director of trial advocacy at Law School [more]



 
Morrison named dean of Art School
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The noted artist and educator will lead Tyler through its relocation to Main Campus.
   

   Distinguished artist and art educator Keith Morrison has been named dean of the Tyler School of Art.

   Morrison, who joined Temple effective July 1, most recently was dean of the College of Creative Arts at San Francisco State University.

   “Keith Morrison’s accomplishments as an artist, curator, scholar and educational administrator make him the ideal person to lead Temple’s Tyler School of Art as it prepares to relocate from the suburbs into a new, world-class, $75 million facility on our Main Campus in Philadelphia,” President David Adamany said. [more]

Alperson steps in as acting CLA dean;
Medicine's Daly to lead search
[more]

Sadeghipour new acting CST dean
[more]

Read about Key administrative posts
filled across the University
[more]

 

Princeton Review:
Temple 2nd in diversity
    The 2006 edition of The Best 361 Colleges, the annual guide from the Princeton Review that hit bookstores last week, has one clear message about Temple: The diversity of Temple’s student body is one of the University’s greatest strengths. [more]

Spotlight | Trustee Michael P. Williams
    “When I first got dropped off, I didn’t know where I was,” Williams said. “Temple and the East Coast were a bit of a shock, from the language to the food.” [more]

Around Temple
    Civil engineering major receives White Scholarship ... Paulos makes Broadway debut ... Undergrad research fund receives $20K gift ... Take a tour of the murals of Philadelphia ... Owls kick off season Sept. 1 [more]

 
 

Baseball’s Wilson retires after 46 seasons [more]
TU earns high marks as IT workplace [more]
Law School receives $100K for Chinese judicial program [more]
Find the right shoes at back-to-school time [more]
Less-invasive surgery aids children with scoliosis [more]
   
Regular library hours resume [more]

HRMatters
In Memoriam
In The News

Awards & Achievements
Research Notes

Bits&PCs


This Week in Temple History
Sept. 5, 1991

    Human Resources Development, a division of Personnel Services, announced that it would offer 25 free programs to employees for “self-enhancement.”
    Today, organizational development & training, part of Human Resources, offers more than 60 scheduled courses throughout the semester, in addition to customized departmental training programs, consultation and counseling for individuals and departments, and a resource library of training and improvement books, videos and CDs.