Get to the Linc
The Owls play Toledo in Saturday’s home opener.

 

Delay decay
A drinking straw may save your teeth from cavities, erosion.



Eisendrath

Constitution Day
Temple prof, a Constitution Center co-founder, speaks.

www.temple.edu
September 15, 2005
Vol. 36, No. 4

Announcements
IRS raises standard mileage rate by 8 cents [more]




 
Program stresses ethics, integrity
Temple’s new Student Leadership Challenge aims to create the next generation of leaders
   

   
During Ainsley Carry’s first week at Temple, the new dean of students took a measure of national and global events and quickly noticed a lack of ethics.

   It was late September 2004, and the news was dominated by reports of the first Enron executives on trial for fraud, CBS’s reliance on forged documents for a report on President Bush’s National Guard service, and Lynndie England, the face of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, being court-martialed for her role in the abuses.
   


   In response, Carry and the Division of Student Affairs will introduce this fall the Temple University Student Leadership Challenge, a full-scale menu of programming meant to assist students seeking to learn about responsible leadership on campus and beyond Temple. The challenge debuts on Sept. 17 with an all-day Student Leadership Management Conference in the Student Center. [more]

Students get help navigating ‘Slippery Slope' of ethical business [more]

 

Temple community rushes to aid survivors [more]

Two Med School profs serve in ravaged region [more]
Student evacuees aided in continuing their studies [more]

Temple doctors voted the best
    Forty-three School of Medicine physicians have been voted “Best Doctors” by their peers. Each year, “Best Doctors” surveys leading medical specialists from across the country, asking, “If you or a loved one needed a doctor in your specialty, to whom would you refer them?”  [more]

Renamed 'Center for Neurovirology'
moves to Medical School
    As of July 1, the Center for Neurovirology and Cancer Biology in the College of Science and Technology became the Center for Neurovirology and was transferred to the School of Medicine to form the backbone of the new neuroscience department, which will be one of seven basic science departments at the Medical School. [more]

Around Temple
    Welcome to the neighborhood ... Pa. Senate committee meets at Temple ... Philly Fed chief speaks at TUCC ... Temple team to ‘run the distance’ ... Learn about volunteer opportunities ... Program to mark Constitution Day [more]

 
 

Chemical groups silence tumor-suppressing gene [more]
Undiagnosed high blood pressure commonly found in emergency room patients [more]
Student evacuees aided in continuing studies [more]
Med School profs serve in ravaged region [more]
Temple ROTC’s Griffin retires from commander’s post [more]
 
Parents’ perceptions of weight
could affect childhood obesity
[more]
 
Study: Asian Americans experience high secondhand smoke exposure [more]

HRMatters
In Memoriam
In The News

Awards & Achievements
Research Notes

Bits&PCs


This Week in Temple History
Sept. 16, 1993

   The Temple Times reported that Temple was the first university to receive the EVE (Exemplary Voluntary Effort) Award from the U.S. Department of Labor. The awards are given to recognize institutions that practice initiatives to increase equal employment opportunities.
   Temple was awarded the national honor for its “success in recruiting and retaining a significant number of minorities and women at all levels” of the University.