Morreal

Humor at work
Expert to speak on “Leadership and Humor.”


Katrina relief

Institute on Disabilities collects medical equipment.




Dance, eat, celebrate
Enjoy Latino culture, past and future, Wednesday at the Bell Tower.

www.temple.edu
September 22, 2005
Vol. 36, No. 5

Announcements
Professor James Hilty named acting dean of Ambler College [more]




 
Temple welcomes another boom crop of faculty recruits
    The next wave has arrived.

    For the second academic year in a row, Temple is welcoming more than 50 new tenured and tenure-track faculty members to campus.

    The latest crop of faculty hires is part of an unprecedented surge in Temple’s recruitment of prominent faculty members.

   And with 86 faculty searches still active, the flood of new arrivals isn’t likely to stop anytime soon. By the fall of 2006, Temple will have hired approximately 150 new tenured or tenure-track faculty members over a two-year period — an astonishing development at a time when many universities are experiencing reduced funding and staff cutbacks. [more]
   

NewFaculty
   Megan Mullin (left) and Christopher Wlezien (center), two of five new tenured or tenure-track faculty members in the department of political science, meet Senior Vice President Clarence Armbrister at Monday’s new faculty dinner in Mitten Hall.

 

Prizes, food, Croce highlight kickoff
    “Together for Temple,” Temple’s first comprehensive faculty and staff campaign, will have an exciting kickoff on Sept. 28, when Pat Croce leads the University’s employees in an afternoon of fun, food and great prizes.  [more]

Temple Libraries grant to aid dance preservation
    Founder of the Philadelphia Dance Collection at Temple University Libraries, Mary E. Edsall, along with two partners, is using a $51,000 grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts and the National Endowment for the Arts to reconstruct a significant choreographic work: acclaimed African-American choreographer Talley Beatty’s 1947 piece Southern Landscape. [more]


 
 
Around Temple
    Disaster relief for people with disabilities ... Latino Heritage celebration [more]

HRMatters
In Memoriam
In The News

Awards & Achievements
Research Notes

Bits&PCs


This Week in Temple History
Sept. 24, 1987

   The Temple Times announced that for the first time in Temple history women students outnumbered men. The fall class of 1987 included 128 more female students than male, based on reports from all campuses.
   Today, the gap has widened. There are 4,439 more women students and than men, according to the latest fall 2005 figures.