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April 2007

President Hart announces changes to Commencement, names professor as Commencement speaker
President Ann Weaver Hart is looking forward to her first Commencement at Temple University and is planning some new Temple traditions. [more]

Faculty merit pay announced

Interim Provost Richard M. Englert has announced that 464 faculty members across 13 schools and colleges represented by Temple Association of University Professionals (TAUP) have been awarded merit salary increases for their outstanding performance and achievements in their respective fields during the 2005-06 academic year. [more]

Accounts Payable Fiscal Year-End Close – June 30, 2007

In order to avoid processing delays, please make sure each PO line has an adequate amount encumbered to process the invoice for payment. Change Orders for Master Orders need to be completed and forwarded to the Purchasing Department no later than Monday, April 30, 2007. [more]

Mark Freed named new chief information security officer for Temple

As the chief information security officer, Freed is responsible for overseeing all security aspects of the university's information technology architecture, as well as developing security and privacy policies, standards and guidelines. [more]

March 2007

Pamela Barnett selected as new director of the Teaching and Learning Center

Barnett currently is the associate director of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning at Princeton University. Prior to assuming this position, she was a tenured associate professor of English and African-American studies at the University of South Carolina. [more]

Temple University Appoints Cornell’s Lisa Staiano-Coico as Provost

After a six-month search, Temple University President Ann Weaver Hart announced that Lisa Staiano-Coico, dean of the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University, has been selected as Temple’s new provost, the chief academic officer for the university. [more]

Passports may be delayed two to four weeks

This is to advise you of extended (two- to four-week) delays in the processing of United States passport applications and to recommend that you plan as far ahead as possible if you plan on travel for which you need a passport. [more]

Nominate Temple student awards for recognition at Diamond Awards Ceremony

Applications are due Friday, March 30. The name of the award recipient is not necessary at the time of application. The Diamond Awards Committee will review all applications and will inform nominators of its decisions by Friday, April 13. [more]

February 2007

Anthony E. Wagner selected as Temple University's Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

"Tony Wagner has worked hard throughout his distinguished career and earned the respect of those in higher education and state government," said President Ann Weaver Hart. "His experience will help us build the resources needed to take Temple towards its exciting future." [more]

Independent publications funding available for students
Students who edit an independent, undergraduate, on-campus publication (such as a humor, poetry, music or literary magazine) that serves the Temple community as a whole — or those who would like to start such a publication — may be eligible for help from the Temple University Publications Board. [more]

Extended daylight savings may affect computers, PDAs
For the first time in 20 years, Daylight Saving Time will be extended by four weeks. Congress recently passed this energy-savings measure, which is designed to take advantage of early evening daylight, in hopes of translating sunlight into savings. [more]

Reminder: Enterprise is Temple’s preferred auto rental vendor
Business car rental for Temple employees is fully covered through the university insurance program, so there is no need for additional coverage through the rental agency. [more]

Nominations sought for 2007 Academic Advising Awards
The Temple community is invited to nominate professional advisors, advising administrators and faculty advisors for the 2007 Academic Advising Awards, which recognize the major contribution of advisors and advising units to the Temple community. The universitywide nominating process opened on Feb. 14. [more]

Dean of Students seeks 2007 undergraduate Commencement speaker
Each dean of undergraduate schools and colleges at Temple may nominate one undergraduate student to be this year’s undergraduate Commencement speaker. Applications, accompanied by two recommendations, are due to the academic deans’ offices by Tuesday, Feb. 20. [more]

Deputy chief of staff departure
Tabb Bishop, who has served as deputy chief of staff in the Executive Office of the President since 2002, will become the director of public policy at Verizon Pennsylvania, based in Philadelphia. He begins his new role March 1. "Tabb has been an important link between the University and the greater Philadelphia community. We thank him for his dedication and wish him all the best," said President Ann Weaver Hart.
Read the announcement from Verizon.

Diamond Dollars to replace Duplicating Services copy cards
Over the next few months, the copying cards issued by Duplicating Services will be phased out. Effective May 15, 2007, all Copy Center copiers will accept only Diamond Dollars. [more]

January 2007

Search under way for VP, CFO and treasurer
Temple University has retained Brill Neumann Associates to assist in the search for a vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. Reporting directly to President Ann Weaver Hart, the vice president, CFO and treasurer will assume responsibility for the development and administration of all fiscal operations for the university. Visit www.temple.edu/hr/documents/CFO-Advert.pdf for the full ad.

New billing procedure for Parking Privilege Card (Guest Parking Pass)
The design and color of the Parking Privilege Card will be changed, effective July 1, 2007. Over the course of the next several months, departments should continue using their current supply of Parking Privilege Cards up until June 30, 2007. [more]

Human Resources announces Special Employee Referral Program
Temple University recognizes that its employees are a highly valued resource, and accordingly, the university encourages employees to refer qualified applicants for consideration for openings. [more]

December 2006

Inauguration of Ann Weaver Hart changed to March 22–23, 2007
The inauguration of Ann Weaver Hart has been rescheduled for Thursday and Friday, March 22 and 23, 2007. The two-day event will kick off the Leadership Summit, the second annual assembly of the University’s volunteer leadership boards and councils. The weekend also includes the annual Founders Celebration on Saturday, March 24, and Temple alumni’s 25th and 50th reunions. The investiture of Ann Weaver Hart as Temple’s ninth president will take place on March 22. It will be followed by an all-day conference on March 23 that explores the university’s contributions toward building networks and creating, transmitting, applying and preserving knowledge.

Chief of Staff Rost to depart for Penn
President Ann Weaver Hart has announced a restructuring of the Executive Office of the President and a realignment of several key administrative functions at the university. The changes take effect on Jan.1, 2007. [more]

Hart announces restructuring of President's Office and key administrative functions

President Ann Weaver Hart has announced a restructuring of the Executive Office of the President and a realignment of several key administrative functions at the university.  The changes take effect on Jan.1, 2007. [more]

U.S. citizens and others require passports to enter the U.S. by air, effective Jan. 23, 2007
The departments of State and Homeland Security have announced that beginning Jan. 23, 2007, pursuant to the Air portion of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), United States citizens and citizens of Canada, Mexico and Bermuda traveling by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Bermuda (Western Hemisphere) will be required to present a valid passport to enter or re-enter the United States. [more]

Parking Services annouces Main Campus and Health Sciences Center parking schedules for 2006 holiday break and spring 2007

Purchase Requisitions for Computers, Peripherals, and Software

Computer Business Services group requests that all electronic purchase requisitions for the purchase of computers, computers peripherals and software required for the start of the Spring semester be completed and fully approved by Friday, December 15, 2006. [more]

Accounts Payable Holiday Schedule

Please forward invoices, request- for-payments, receivers, and travel expenses to the Accounts Payable department no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 18, in order to make the Thursday, Dec. 21, nightly check run. [more]

November 2006

Winter Holiday Break

For calendar year 2006, the University will close at the end of business on Friday, Dec. 22, 2006, through Monday, Jan. 1, 2007. The University will reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007. [more]

Temple CFO Dorph to depart for NYU

Martin S. Dorph — Temple University’s vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer since 1995 — announced his resignation last week to accept a position as senior vice president for budget and finance at New York University, effective Jan. 15, 2007. [more]

Holiday open house

President Ann Weaver Hart has invited faculty and staff to a holiday reception and open house on Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 3 to 6 p.m. in Sullivan Hall's Feinstone Lounge. Please RSVP to holidayopenhouse@temple.edu.

Standard Mileage Rate Update

The Internal Revenue Service has advised Temple University that the mileage rate for business use of personal vehicles has been increased to 48.5 cents per mile for any mileage incurred on or after January 1, 2007. [more]

A new manager for Temple University Bookstore

Barnes & Noble College Booksellers has announced the appointment of James M. Hanley as the new general manager of the Temple University Bookstore. Hanley comes to the Temple Bookstore with extensive retail experience including management positions at Kohl’s, F.W. Woolworths & Co. and Caldor. [more]

Holiday schedule

Should Temple close between Christmas and New Year's? That is a question President Ann Weaver Hart has asked her cabinet to examine. Temple's current practice is to continue operations between Christmas and New Year's. Many other colleges and universities close during that period. President Hart has asked her cabinet to research this question and recommend whether Temple should close or limit its business activities between the two holidays.

Temple renews Global Spectrum contract at Liacouras Center

Based on Global Spectrum’s strong marketing, sales and operational efforts, and customer service program, Temple has renewed the management contract at the Liacouras Center with the company, a subsidiary of Philadelphia-based sports and entertainment firm Comcast-Spectacor. [more]

October 2006

Faculty awards round-up: Call for nominations

With the application process for 2007 faculty awards in full swing, the Temple Times has compiled a one-stop-shopping guide to the most prominent awards for faculty achievement for which Temple full-time faculty members are eligible: the Great Teachers Award, the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, the Eberman Faculty Research Award, the Temple University Faculty Research Award and the Faculty Award for Creative Achievement. [more]

Parking Lot #10 open for $5 per day with TUid

Temple student and employee parkers who have not registered for parking in the fall 2006 semester are reminded that Parking Area #10, located on Diamond Street, between 12th and Marvine streets, has re-opened with a discounted daily cash rate of $5 per car (with TUid). For the remainder of the fall semester, Area #10's operating hours will be: 6:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 6:30 a.m.-8 p.m. on Friday; closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

Homecoming office decorating contest: Register by Oct. 23

The Division of Student Affairs and the Office of the Dean of Students are once again sponsoring the Homecoming office decorating contest, which is open to all offices at each of Temple University’s campuses. [more]

Presidential inauguration to be held April 11-12

Please mark your calendars and hold Wednesday and Thursday, April 11 and 12, for the inauguration of Ann Weaver Hart as Temple's ninth president. The two-day event will feature an academic symposium on April 11 to highlight the urban research university's critical role in shaping the future as an intellectual, cultural and economic anchor. The investiture will take place on April 12. Details will be shared as they become available.

Meetings with search consultants for the Temple University Provost

The consultants from Witt/Kiefer, Jean Dowdall, Mary Elizabeth Taylor, and Oliver Tomlin, will be conducting open meetings with members of the Temple community on October 19 and 20. [more]

Coopersmith joins President Hart's staff

Temple University President Ann Weaver Hart has named Melissa Coopersmith, previously associate vice president for campaign programs in Development and Alumni Affairs, as special assistant to the president, effective immediately. [more]

September 2006

Liacouras Center events tickets now sold through ComcastTIX

A streamlined interface makes it easier to find the tickets you’re looking for and purchase them online — including Temple Theaters’ season subscriptions. [more]

President announces revised tenure and promotion guidelines [more]

Hai-Lung Dai named Dean of Science and Technology; George Palladino named Vice Dean

Hai-Lung Dai, a distinguished professor of chemistry and an experienced administrator at the University of Pennsylvania, will become dean of Temple University’s College of Science and Technology, Temple President Ann Weaver Hart announced. [more]

Provost Search Committee Named

President Ann Weaver Hart has named Ronald T. Brown, dean of the College of Health Professions, as chairman of the 13-member Provost Search Advisory Committee consisting of
representatives from the faculty, students, administrators and trustees.

Temple, TUGSA agree to four-year contract

Temple University and the Temple University Graduate Students Association (TUGSA) have agreed to a four-year contract. TUGSA membership ratified the agreement on Sept. 7. The union, which represents about 600 graduate student teaching and research assistants, had been working without a contract since the previous agreement expired Feb. 15.

Planning and analysis assigned to Provost   [more]

Changes to Undergraduate Policy on Academic Warning, Probation and Dismissal    [more]  

Men's 2006-07 basketball schedule [more]

Federal radiation reporting rules available for employees

The University expects that everyone who works with radioactive materials and witnesses unsafe practices or violations of regulatory requirements or University policies associated with the use of radioactive materials will bring their concerns to Temple’s attention. [more]

New legal requirements on personal information

In June, Computer Services addressed faculty and administration members asking them to take several specific steps to ensure that personal information on file at Temple is secure. [more]

August 2006

Inside Temple football with Al Golden to debut Sept. 13 [more]

Fox School graduate admissions relocates:  

The Fox School of Business has consolidated its graduate programs offices at Temple University Center City. Phone numbers remain the same, but the M.B.A./M.S. admissions office is now on the fourth floor, in suite 425. For more information, visit http://sbm.temple.edu/fmba or contact Helen Watt at helen.watt@temple.edu.

Fall operating hours for major Main Campus facilities [more]

‘The Golden Era Begins’ on Comcast SportsNet [more]

Guide to getting to the Linc for '06 football games [more]

Main Campus parking for the 2006 - 07 academic year [more]


July 2006

Transfer money from discontinued copy cards to Diamond Dollars [more]

Associate vice provost joins President Hart’s staff [more]

Greet Temple's new students as a Welcome Week volunteer Aug. 24-Sept. 1 [more]

Temple tuition goes up 5.9 percent [more]

New copier service to accept Diamond Dollars, cash:
The Office of Business Services has arranged with Xerox Corporation to provide paid copier service throughout Temple University beginning Aug. 1. The current IKON cards will be accepted until July 31. On Aug. 1, machines will accept either Diamond Dollars, cash or both. UPDATE: Get details about how to transfer balances that reamin on IKON cards.

June 2006

Deputy Provost Richard Englert named interim provost [more]

Linda Mauro named interim dean of School of Social Administration [more]

All phone numbers to change at TU Ambler and Fort Washington [more]

Recreation Services changes name to dept of Campus Recreation [more]

Jehovah Witness Conventions may affect Broad Street traffic in July [more]

Larry Icard resigns as dean of School of Social Administration   [more]

Carolyn Adams named interim dean of College of Liberal Arts   [more]

Law professor Eleanor Myers named faculty athletics representative  [more]

Change to Travel Advance Process
The University will be discontinuing the use of American Express Travelers checks effective June 30, 2006. While the University encourages the use of the American Express Corporate Travel Card as a substitute, we recognize that there may be situations that require travel advances. [more]

May 2006

Holiday Schedule for Fiscal Year 2006-07 [more]

Planning and analysis functions reassigned
The Office of Planning and Policy Analysis (OPPA), which had reported to the Executive Office of the President, now reports to Temple Senior Vice President Clarence D. Armbrister. In addition, Adamany declared that the Office of Management Analysis (OMA), created two years ago to seek operational efficiencies, has largely met its goals and is being phased out. [more]

First Welcome Week
Temple University is pleased to announce its first-ever Universitywide effort to welcome new students. Welcome Week will be held at the beginning of the 2006 fall semester: Thursday, Aug. 24 to Friday, Sept. 1. [more]

Temple names baseball field after ex-coach Skip Wilson
Wilson, who led the Owls to two College World Series appearances and compiled 1,034 wins in 46 seasons, retired in August 2005. [more]

Scales named Director of University Housing and Residential Life
Scales will join the Temple family from Drexel University, where he served as the Director of University Housing. He brings a wealth of experience to the position and has a well-rounded background in housing and residential living. [more]

Guaranteed Access Parking - Commencement 2006 [more]

Parking Operations Schedule - 2006 Summer Sessions [more]

Fulbright U.S. Student Program competition open for 2007–08
Through Oct. 2, students may apply for Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants through Temple International Programs. [more]

Ann Weaver Hart to visit Temple Main Campus on Tuesday, May 2 [more]

April 2006

Search Committee recommends Ann Weaver Hart as Temple's 9th president
The Presidential Search Committee of Temple University is extremely pleased to announce that it intends to recommend to the University's Board of Trustees that Ann Weaver Hart, president of the University of New Hampshire, become the ninth President of Temple University. [more]

Accounts Payable Fiscal Year-End Close – June 30, 2006
Temple University’s fiscal year-end close is rapidly approaching. It is critical that you review, resolve and approve all check requests, invoices, travel reimbursements and receivers pertaining to FY06. [more]

Provost Ira Schwartz steps down, will lead local non-profit
Provost Ira Schwartz, Temple University’s chief academic officer since 2001, will be stepping down in June to assume the positions of president and chief executive officer of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, effective July 1, 2006. [more]

Students to receive electronic bills beginning Summer I
By accessing bills electronically, students will have more time to review and pay it before the due date. Timely payment automatically confirms students’ registration and avoids late payment fees. [more]

Performance Development System (PDS) to be unavailable
The PDS Web system at http://pds.temple.edu will be down from April 24 through April 28 as work is completed to install the enhanced system. It is anticipated that the new system will be available to users Monday, May 1. For more information, contact Karen Cherwony at 215-204-1669 or karen.cherwony@temple.edu.

Student Debit Parking Card Avoid the September parking registration process and complete your debit card parking registration now. [more]

Electronic Purchasing
Effective May 1, all paper requisitions submitted to the Purchasing department must go through Ultimus workflow software, an electronic requisitioning system. [more]

University Parking Services Garage at HSC relocates to new Carlisle West Garage
University student and employee parkers who are assigned to University-operated parking facilities at the HSC (Carlisle West Garage, Battersby Area, Tioga West Area, & Amtrak Area) will now be serviced out of a new Parking Services Office, located on the first floor of the new Carlisle West Garage, at Ontario and Carlisle streets (entrance via 15th Street). [more]

New online registration and payment system debuts for Temple non-credit programs
Students taking non-credit courses at Temple campuses in Ambler, Fort Washington and Center City are now able to register and pay for courses online through the Temple Web site. [more]

March 2006

Class of 2007 Senior Portraits for the Templar Yearbook
Photographers from Carl Wolf Studio, Inc., will be on Main Campus to take graduation portraits for the 2007 TEMPLAR Yearbook from March 29 to 31 and April 3 to 7, 2006. The portrait sessions will be held in the Student Center from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. [more]

Police, security officers reach four-year agreement with Temple
The membership of Local 511 ratified the agreement by a vote of 58 to 52 on Feb. 27, the day before the previous contract expired. The bargaining unit represents 146 police officers and security officers on Temple’s campuses. [more]

New asst. Liacouras Center GM named
Global Spectrum, managers of the Liacouras Center, recently named Lou D’Angeli as the facility’s assistant general manager. D’Angeli was most recently the assistant general manager and director of marketing at the Global Spectrum-managed Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, Colo. [more]

February 2006
Maintaining Current and Accurate Records on Nonimmigrant Employees (2/14)
This is to remind the University community that, consistent with federal regulations affecting the employment of nonimmigrant individuals, any University department that employs nonimmigrant employees is required to provide the Office of International Services with updated information on each nonimmigrant employee. [more]

Diamond Dollars Contact Information (2/13)
In the event of a LOST or STOLEN Temple University ID Card, the individual should contact either The Diamond Dollars Office at 215-204-3140. [more]

January 2006
Presidential search meetings (1/31)
A representative from Korn/Ferry International, the search consultant engaged by the University to assist in the selection of the next President of Temple University, would like to meet with representative groups of students, faculty, alumni, and staff. The purpose of the meetings is to find out those personal qualities, background and competencies that you would like the University's next president to have. These meetings will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 2006. [more]

David Adamany to retire as Temple University President (1/19)
Adamany's retirement is effective June 30, 2006. [more]

Weekend Parking Reciprocity now limited to TUHS Ontario West Garage (1/19)
Effective January 20, 2006, parkers will no longer be permitted in either TUCMC or the Ontario East garages. [more]

December 2005
2006 summer reading nominations sought (12/12)
The 2006 Summer Reading Project Committee invites members of the Temple community to nominate book titles for the 2006 summer reading project.  [more]

Standard Mileage Rate Update (12/12)
The mileage rate for business use of personal vehicles has been decreased to .445 cents per mile for any mileage incurred on or after January 1, 2006. A temporary increase was put into effect for the final four months of 2005 in response to a sharp increase in gas prices. [more]

2005 address verification and year-end W-2 reporting reminders (12/9)
As Temple University Payroll Management Office prepares for year end and the distribution of 2005 Form W-2 forms please review the following reminders ... [more]

Golden named Temple head football coach (12/8)
Al Golden, who spent the past five seasons as defensive coordinator at the University of Virginia, was named Temple’s 24th head football coach in a press conference Dec. 6. [more]

Parking Services annouces parking schedules for 2005 holiday break and spring 2006 (12/7)

November 2005
Changes to the Billing and Confirmation process (11/17)
Temple University is improving the billing and registration procedures, effective for the Spring 2006 semester, in order to provide better customer service to you and your family. [more]

Update personal and work information (11/3)
As the calendar year end approaches, it is critical that we have updated contact information within the Human Resources System for every employee. [more]

TU takes steps in search for new football coach (11/3)
Gene Corrigan, one of the top athletic administrators over the past quarter-century, will serve as a consultant to Temple in its search for a new head football coach, Director of Athletics Bill Bradshaw announced. [more]

Nominations sought for alumni awards (11/3)
Two of the General Alumni Association’s most visible awards, the Russell H. Conwell Award and the Alumni Distinguished Service Award, are presented annually at its Founder’s celebration, scheduled this year for Saturday, March 25, 2006, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. [more]

October 2005
Jr. college champion coach Valli to take over baseball program (10/27)
Rob Valli, who led Gloucester County College (N.J.) to the 2005 National Junior College Athletic Association national championship, has been named the head baseball coach at Temple, Director of Athletics Bill Bradshaw announced on Oct. 19. [more]

Great Teachers nominations sought (10/13)
In an Oct. 3 letter to staff, faculty and students, President David Adamany announced the 17th year of formal recognition by the University of Great Teachers. Nomination packets are due in the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs in Carnell Hall on Dec. 5. [more]

Football's Wallace won't seek to return (10/13)
Head football coach Bobby Wallace announced on Oct. 10 that he will not seek renewal of his contract at the conclusion of the 2005 season. Wallace has a 19-66 record in eight seasons directing the Owls and a 101-102-1 overall mark in 18 seasons as a collegiate head coach. [more]

Fraudulent e-mails target PCard users (10/12)
You may recently have received e-mails from what appears to be JP Morgan Chase, with whom the University has contracted for the Purchasing “PCard” program. These e-mails are not valid requests. Should you receive a fraudulent e-mail from sources such as “Chase Manhattan Bank Security Department,” “JP Morgan Chase Co.” or even PayPal requesting credit card information, do NOT respond.  [more]

September 2005
Fox School names Rajiv D. Banker as the Stanley Merves Chair of Accounting and Information Technology (9/29)
Accounting is one of The Fox School's largest areas of specialization.   Recognizing the importance of information technology in accounting, as Merves Chair, Banker will help further Fox ties between the two fields. [more]

Professor James Hilty named acting dean of Ambler College (9/22)
History Professor James Hilty, a nationally recognized scholar of the American presidency, has been named acting dean of Ambler College, effective Oct. 1, Provost Ira Schwartz has announced. [more]

Standard Mileage Rate Update (9/12)
The Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Department announced today an increase to the optional standard mileage rates for the final four months of 2005. [more]

Temple reaches out to victims of Katrina (9/1)
Temple is offering students whose college plans were affected by Hurricane Katrina an opportunity to take classes immediately. [more]

Ex-assistant DA named director of trial advocacy at Law School (9/1)
The Beasley School of Law has announced the appointment of Maureen McCartney as director of trial advocacy programs and associate processor. [more]

August 2005
Provost Ira Schwartz appoints Philip Alperson, Professor and Chair of Philosophy, as the Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts (8/12)
Alperson steps into the role vacated by Susan Herbst who has been named the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at SUNY-Albany. [more]

Office of Affirmative Action relocating (8/11)
The Office of Affirmative Action will move on Monday, Aug. 15, to a temporary location, the 10th floor of Carnell Hall. [more]

Appointment of Dr. Bonnie S. Brennen as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs (8/11)
Dr. Brennen succeeds Dr. Ronald J. Tallarida, who stepped down on July 31, 2005 to return to his federally-funded research and teaching activities in the Department of Pharmacology. [more]

Fowlkes hired to lead General Alumni Association (8/11)
Intent on “reconnecting alumni to an institution that had a major impact on their lives,” Deborah Fowlkes recently joined Temple University as assistant vice president for alumni relations and executive director of the General Alumni Association. Fowlkes’ appointment was effective July 1. [more]

Temple Theaters names Wager artistic director (8/11)
Award-winning theater veteran Douglas C. Wager, who built a national reputation during his 25-season tenure at Washington, D.C.’s prestigious Arena Stage, has been named artistic director of Temple Theaters. [more]

University Writing Center lab restricted (8/11)
Beginning summer 2005, the University Writing Center’s computer lab use has been restricted to students seeking tutoring services. [more]

July 2005
Order forms online (7/28)
University printed forms formerly ordered under the Alpha/ Staples office supply contract are now available for ordering online directly from Dupli under the printing contract or on the University's employee forms website.   Please note that there are a few forms which have been discontinued. [more]

Parking For The 2005 - 06 Academic Year (7/21)
Over the past year, the University has continued its plan to change the face of parking at all Temple campuses. This plan includes the construction of a new 800-car parking garage, which will open at the HSC in late Fall '05; major surface area improvements at Main Campus Area #1, Ambler Area #1, and the HSC Battersby Parking Area [more]

Friday Conventions at the Liacouras Center/Parking Congestion (7/21)
All Temple parkers who use either Parking Area #1, Area #3, Area #4&6, or the Liacouras Garage are reminded that delays and on-street vehicle congestion may be experienced in the vicinity of 15th Street, Norris Street, C.B. Moore Avenue, Park Avenue, Sydenham Street, and Diamond Street on the following Fridays, from 6:30AM - 9:30AM: [more]

Payment Request for Services (Independent Contractor Payments) (7/21)
An Independent Contractor is defined as a non-university employee who possesses the appropriate skill and expertise to fulfill a department's need that cannot be provided by regular employees. [more]

Online auction supports TUHS (7/14)
Through August 1, autographed sports memorabilia from the Flyers, Eagles, 76ers and Temple University is up for bid at www.genehartgolf.com. [more]

IGreentree Version 8 Training for Managers and Employees (7/14)
Informational sessions introduce the new features and functions of the IGreentree Web-based software. [more]

Temple announces 6 percent tuition increase for 2005-06 (7/14)
The change matches last year's hike, also 6 percent, which was the lowest percentage increase in three years. [more]

June 2005
Tallarida returns to faculty; new VP for faculty sought (6/23)
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 and active research program with several externally funded grants. [more]

New TU OWLcards Ready for Distribution to Faculty and Staff (6/16)
The new TU OWLcards, which are replacing existing Temple ID cards University-wide, are now ready for distribution to all Temple University faculty and staff. Part of the new Social Security Number Usage Policy adopted last fall, the new TU OWLcards will include a TUid number that will replace the SSN as the primary means for identifying students, faculty and staff. Vice presidents, the provost and deans are coordinating distribution of the new cards for all faculty and staff. Beginning Wednesday, June 15, designated individuals from all budget units will pick up the new OWLcards, which will then be distributed within their departments. Employees are advised to contact their departments to obtain more information. Details of the project may also be found on the following Web site: http://ssn2tuid.temple.edu.

Dean Herbst of Temple's College of Liberal Arts to Depart for Albany (6/16)
In her two years as dean, Herbst created the CLA's first board of visitors and spearheaded an aggressive faculty recruitment push. By the fall of 2005, more than 45 new tenure-line faculty members will have joined the CLA since Herbst was hired. [more]

New AVP for Budget and Fiscal Affairs Named (6/16)
Vanessa R. Rose, an assistant vice president at Detroit’s Wayne State University, has been named associate vice president for budget and fiscal affairs. Rose will join Temple effective August 8, succeeding Richard Chant. [more]

New Chief Information Security Officer Named (6/16)
Ken Ihrer has been named Computer Services’ chief information security officer, effective June 6. He is responsible for the design, implementation, and testing of all security components of the University's information technology architecture. He is ultimately responsible for the University's IT security policies, standards and guidelines. [more]

Keya Sadeghipour to replace Allen Nicholson as acting dean of the College of Science and Technology (6/9)
"For the past year-and-a-half, Allen Nicholson has provided excellent leadership in both the teaching and research enterprises of the College of Science and Technology," said President David Adamany. "On behalf of the college and the University I want to thank him for his stewardship during this transitional period." [more]

Temple names its first Associate Vice President of Multicultural Affairs (6/9)
Rhonda L. Brown will become associate vice president of multicultural affairs effective July 5, 2005, reporting directly to Temple President David Adamany and Chief of Staff Gregory S. Rost. [more]

Jenny Rose Carey Named New Director of the Landscape Arboretum of Temple University Ambler (6/9)
Carey brings a wealth of knowledge and resources to the director's position, with a background in research of historical Philadelphia gardens and women's roles in the development of gardens and horticultural styles in the early 20 th century. She is a frequent lecturer on a variety of horticulture topics ranging from trees to herbs. [more]

Temple University names Keith Morrison dean of its Tyler School of Art (6/7)
"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," said Temple President David Adamany. "We look forward to welcoming him to Temple." [more]

Holiday Schedule for Fiscal Year 2005-06 (6/7)
Please note that employees of the Office of Campus Safety Services and Facilities Management will be scheduled off in accordance with their collective bargaining contracts. Also, the School of Medicine and the School of Podiatric Medicine may issue separate policies regarding closing days. [more]

Rocci Pignoli retires as softball coach (6/2)
Rocci Pignoli, who guided the Temple softball team to its only NCAA Tournament appearance, retired officially as the program’s head coach effective June 30, 2005. Pignoli, and his wife of 38 years, Cheryl, are planning to move to The Villages, Florida. The 2004 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year, Pignoli compiled a 175-208-1 record over his eight years at the Owls’ helm and a more impressive 75-53 mark in conference play. [more]

May 2005

Commencement Day parking instructions (5/18)
As part of the University's Parking Plan for Commencement Day, Thursday, May 19, Parking Area #1, #2, #3, and Area #9 will not be available for any type of employee parking. Information about alternative parking for employees with guaranteed access parking is at www.temple.edu/temple_times/announcements/0505commpark.html.

Computer Services urges caution on Mac OS upgrade (5/18)
Apple recently released Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger). The software improves upon the stability of earlier versions of the operating system, and introduces more than 200 new features.
Computer Services has learned of some confirmed compatibility issues with this new OS and software such as SPSS and Symantec AntiVirus. The list of incompatible software could grow as Computer Services continues to test the product. While Computer Services does not discourage the upgrade, it recommends that Mac users ensure that their versions of any critical software are compatible with this OS before they purchase and install the upgrade. Those users who have already installed the upgrade and have noticed incompatibilities may have to revert to the last stable version.

Temple accepts invitation to join the Mid-American Conference for football (5/17)
Temple University President David Adamany today announced that the University
has accepted an invitation for its football program to compete in the Mid-American Conference.

Ambler Dean Sophia Wisniewska leaving to become chancellor of Penn State Delaware County (5/13)
Temple University Ambler Dean Sophia Wisniewska has announced that she will become chancellor of Penn State’s Delaware County Campus effective July 11. Currently dean and campus executive officer of Temple Ambler, Wisniewska previously spent 21 years at Penn State.

Law Professors Collective Bargaining Association, Temple reach agreement (5/11)
Temple University and the Temple Law Professors Collective Bargaining Association have reached agreement on a three-year contract that provides for salary increases and bonuses based exclusively on performance for law faculty and legal writing faculty. [more]

Parking Operations Schedule Posted for 2005 Summer Sessions  (5/5)

 April 2005

Postal Service standardizes return addresses on envelopes (4/21)
Due to changes in Postal Service policy, Temple departments must comply with the standard placement of return addresses on business envelopes. [more]

New HR software improves application process, provides online computer training (4/14)
The Human Resources Department has announced a partnership with Kenexa Prove It!, a Web-based application that assesses technical and office skills. [more]

Commencement Web Site Available (4/11)
Temple University's 118th Commencement Exercises will be held Thursday, May 19, at the Liacouras Center. Instructions, individual diploma ceremonies and other information is available at www.temple.edu/commencement.

Accounts Payable Fiscal Year-End Close - June 30, 2005 (4/11)
Temple University's fiscal year-end close is rapidly approaching. It is critical that you review, resolve and approve all check requests (invoices), travel expenses, and receivers, which pertain to FY05, and deliver to Accounts Payable no later than the following due dates. [more]

Notice for debit card parkers (4/7)
If you are not currently having parking payroll deductions, complete and return the form with the payment of $54, no later than Wednesday, May 18.  If you are currently having payroll deductions, simply complete and return the form and your payroll deduction for the hangtag/decal will occur in July. [more]

March 2005

Parking Privilege Cards (Guest Parking Passes) (3/18)
The Temple University Health System has changed the design, color and numbering sequence of “Parking Privilege” cards that they will now be using. [more]

Temple Faculty Ratifies Four-Year Contract Agreement (3/3)
Temple University announced on March 3, 2005, that the Temple Association of University Professionals has ratified, by a vote of 430 to 8, a four-year contract after eight months of bargaining. [more]

Changes in U.S. passport processing (3/3)
This is to advise you that the U.S. Passport Services Office has announced the implementation of a new fee associated with applications for U.S. passports, effective March 8, 2005. [more]

Message from Human Resources Payroll Management Department regarding WageWorks Commuter Benefits for the month of March 2005 (3/1)
It has come to our attention that some employees have either experienced delays in receiving their March transportation passes or may still be waiting to receive their passes. [more]

February 2005

MediaSmart Seminars help educators harness media technology (2/24)
Beginning next month, area educators from kindergarten to college will come to Temple's Center City campus for the first in a series of MediaSmart seminars that will explore strategies for effectively integrating media and technology as tools for communication, problem-solving and creativity. [more]

Carver Science Fair judges sought (2/24)
The George Washington Carver Science Fair, co-sponsored by Temple University, needs judges for the 26th annual fair for seventh- through 12th-graders to be held Tuesday, March 8, at McGonigle Hall. [more]

The Women's Health Interdisciplinary Research Symposium (2/21)
March 15th & 16th. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Vivian W. Pinn, Associate Director for Research on Women's Health; Director, Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health. [more]

Candidates for Dean of Tyler School of Art to visit campus (2/17)
The University community is invited to meetings with the candidates. [more]

Comments invited on report for Middle States Commission (2/17)
Temple faculty, students and staff are invited to review and comment on a draft report that will be submitted this spring to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. [more]

Gov. Rendell Proposes To Cut Temple Funding by $2.25 million (2/10)
The governor proposed $167.74 million for Temple, compared to $169.99 million in the current fiscal year. If approved by the General Assembly, the governor's proposal would mark the fourth reduction in Temple's state appropriation in the last six years. [more]

Philadelphia Federal Credit Union Moves to Larger Location (2/3)
The new Temple University branch of the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU.com) opened on Monday, Jan. 31, 2005. This larger facility is located on the ground floor of the Student Center, across the hall from its old location. Features of this new facility include two “surcharge-free” ATMs available for PFCU members and non-members. The ATMs also dispense stamps with no service charge added. A plasma screen outside of the Credit Union will show daily headline news, including a mix of current international, national, business, entertainment, weather and sports news, as well as televised Temple sporting events. Hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

January 2005

Institutional Review Board Announcement (1/27)
There will be an addition of two Institutional Review Boards to assist in the review process for medical intervention protocols performed at Temple University. [more]

Flu Shots (1/27)
According to the Philadelphia Department Of Health, the flu season is still upon us. Flu shots will be available in Student Health, Mitten Hall lower level, Monday, Jan. 31, from 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. All Temple employees are eligible; you must present your Temple ID badge and
complete a consent form prior to receiving the flu vaccine.

Temple Inclement Weather Policy (1/24)
In the event of severe weather that affects University operations, information will be available at each of the following:
1. The University's weather hotline, 215-204-1975.
2. Broadcasts on Temple University's radio station WRTI-FM (90.1 FM).
3. The Temple University Web site’s home page (www.temple.edu).
4. Other media outlets, including KYW radio (1060 AM) and local television stations.

Parking reminder: In the event that the City of Philadelphia declares a snow emergency, parking is prohibited on Broad Street and Allegheny Avenue to facilitate snow removal. The city will tow cars parked on those streets during a snow emergency.

Temple University’s formal policy explaining inclement weather decisions is available online as a PDF at http://policies.temple.edu/getdoc.asp?policy_no=04.31.12.

Temple to Continue Football at Division I-A Level (1/20)
Temple University has announced that it will continue to play Division I-A football and will actively seek a conference affiliation as soon as possible. [more]

Accounts Payable announces change to travel reimbursement payment option (1/20)
The Accounts Payable Department has announced that effective Feb. 1, 2005, direct deposit will become the preferred payment option for travel and other miscellaneous expense reimbursement made to Temple University employees, in place of receiving a check. [more]

2005-06 Pennsylvania and Metropolitan Philadelphia Survey Fellowship (1/13)
One Fellowship will be awarded in association with the 2005 PMP Survey, based on a competitive proposal process. Proposals must be submitted by Feb. 25, 2005. [more]

New Photo for Your New Temple University ID Card (1/12)
As you may be aware, by July 2005 the University plans to eliminate the social security number as the primary identifier for faculty, staff, students, and associates and will replace it with a new Temple identification number (TUid). This means that the University will issue new Temple Identification cards to all Temple University faculty, staff, students, and associates beginning in late spring-early summer. [more]

TAUP Contract Extended Through Feb. 15, 2005 (1/11)
Temple University and the Temple Association of University Professionals (TAUP) jointly announced today that they have agreed to formally extend the previous TAUP contract through Feb. 15, 2005. TAUP represents 1,165 full-time faculty and other academic professionals in Temple's library system and 13 of its schools and colleges. The previous contract expired on Oct. 15, 2004. Faculty have continued to work under the terms of the previous contract as the parties continue to negotiate under the contract extension.

TARP Announces Spring 2005 Classes (1/4)
The Temple Association for Retired Persons, a program for active retired and semi-retired people, announces the start of TARP’s spring 2005 semester on Monday, Jan. 24. New members are invited to register for the spring semester on Jan. 10, 11, and 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1515 Market St., Suite 525. [more]

Independent Publications Funding Available (1/3)
Are you the editor of an independent, on-campus publication, such as a humor, poetry, music or literary magazine? Are you looking to start up such a publication? If so, the Temple University Student Publications Board may be able to help. [more]

December 2004

Address Verification and Year-End W-2 Reporting Reminders (12/27)
Temple University plans to print and distribute 2004 Form W-2s to all employees during the third week of January. All address changes must be received by Jan. 10 to make sure your address is properly stated on your 2004 W-2 form. [more]

Trustees Approve Bold New General Education Program (12/15)
Temple’s Board of Trustees has approved a new program of general education (or “gen-ed”) for all undergraduates. The new gen-ed program will replace the current core curriculum in fall 2007. [more]

Temple University returns Sugarloaf ownership to Greenfield Foundation (12/13)
Temple University has reached agreement with the Greenfield Foundation to return ownership of the Sugarloaf Conference Center to the foundation.  Temple will cease operating the center effective Jan. 31, 2005. [more]

Changes in H-1B Processing Fees (12/10)
On December 8, 2004, the United States Department of Homeland Security issued a press release (available on the Web site of the Office of International Services at www.temple.edu/ois/home/h1b1j1/VisaReformAct.pdf), confirming that President George W. Bush has signed the Omnibus Appropriations Act for FY 2005, which contains provisions affecting the Nonimmigrant Worker (H-1B) visa category. [more]

Larry P. Alford appointed vice provost for libraries and university librarian (12/8)
In a significant move to comprehensively enhance its library systems, Temple University President David Adamany has announced the appointment of Larry P. Alford to the newly created position of vice provost for libraries and university librarian. [more]

New Paycheck Location (12/3)
On Wednesday, Dec. 8, the Payroll Department will relocate from the 10th floor of Carnell Hall to the University Services Building, room 201. Beginning Wednesday, paychecks (and any other information that needs to be submitted to Payroll) should be picked up or dropped off at the new location.

November 2004

December Invoice Reminder from Accounts Payable (11/30)
The Accounts Payable Department requests that all invoices, request for payments, receivers and travel expenses be submitted no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 17, 2004, in order to make the Wednesday, Dec. 22 check run. [more]

Standard Mileage Rate Update (11/30)
The Internal Revenue Service has advised Temple University that the mileage rate for business use of personal vehicles has been increased to .405 per mile for any mileage incurred on or after Jan. 1, 2005. [more]

Payroll Calendar Year-End Deadlines (11/24)
The Payroll Management Department has set deadlines for submitting changes in employee information and status and for dealing with unclaimed payroll checks. [more]

Visa Purchasing Card Changes (11/23)
Temple University will change its purchasing cards from PNC Bank to JP Morgan & Chase in January 2005. Applications for changes to current cards that expire December 2004 must be received by no later than Dec. 3. All other applications for changes to existing cards with other than a December 2004 expire date must be received by Dec. 17. [more]

Flexible Spending Accounts Available (11/22)
Dec. 1 is the beginning of open enrollment for Flexible Spending Accounts from WageWorks. Eligible Temple University employees and faculty members can save from 23 percent to 40 percent on healthcare items and services they already pay for. [more]

Students Can Fund Diamond Dollars Early (11/22)
Students can avoid the beginning-of-semester rush by submitting Diamond Dollars funding forms early. [more]

Interdisciplinary Center of Excellence on Women's Health Research (11/16)
The meeting will be held on December 20, 2004, from 12 noon to 1:30 pm, Room C, Fourth Floor, Faculty Student Center at the Health Sciences Center. [more]

Office of International Services Thanksgiving invitation (11/15)
The Peer International Educators of the Office of International Services invites the Temple community to host an international student for the Thanksgiving holiday. [more]

2004 Templar yearbooks available (11/15)
Temple's undergraduate students have the opportunity to purchase the 2004 Templar yearbook this week at the Temple University bookstore in the Student Center. [more]

2005 Freshman Summer Reading Project Nominations (11/12)
The University community is invited to nominate books for the 2005 Freshman Summer Reading Project. Each summer, incoming freshmen are asked to read the same book to provide them with a common learning experience prior to their arrival on campus. [more]

Temple University and the Brotherhood of University Employees have agreed on a four-year contract. (11/8)
The membership of BUE, Local 612 of SEIU, AFL-CIO, ratified the agreement on Nov. 6. The BUE bargaining unit represents approximately 260 housekeepers, grounds workers, drivers, AV operators, mail carriers and storeroom clerks. [more]

Temple University Adverse Events Tracking System Mandatory Training and Authorization Registration - Medical Intervention IRB Committee A Research Protocols (11/4)
Additional training sessions have been scheduled to allow all Principal Investigators and their designated reporters (Study Coordinators) to gain access to the system. [more]

Fourth candidate for the position of Vice Provost for University Libraries and Director, Paley Library, on campus Nov. 4 –5 (11/2)
On Thursday, Nov. 4, and Friday, Nov. 5, we will have a campus visit for the third candidate for the position of Vice Provost for University Libraries and Director, Paley Library, Jay Starratt. [more]

October 2004
Third candidate for the position of Vice Provost for University Libraries and Director, Paley Library, on campus Oct. 28–29 (10/2
On Thursday, Oct. 28, and Friday, Oct. 29, we will have a campus visit for the third candidate for the position of Vice Provost for University Libraries and Director, Paley Library, William Wakeling. [more]

Settlement Reached in Medicare Billing Audit (10/25)
Temple University Physicians has reached a settlement with the Department of Health and Human Services regarding billing errors identified during a nationwide audit program initiated in 1996 called PATH (physicians at teaching hospitals). [more]

Temple named fourth-most 'connected campus' (10/25)
Temple University has earned national recognition for its ongoing dedication to providing students, faculty and staff with consistent access to state-of-the-art technology. The Princeton Review named Temple the fourth-most "connected campus" in the United States in its annual "Top 25 Most Connected Campuses" survey. [more]

Election Day shuttle buses to be provided to Temple residence hall students (10/25)
On Election Day, Nov. 2, 2004, Temple University will provide residence hall students with shuttle buses to local polling locations from the Main and Ambler campuses. [more]

Flu vaccine update (10/21)
Temple University Hospital has been notified that this year’s shortage of influenza vaccine will limit its supply. Temple is following the CDC recommendations with regard to distribution, and is working to ensure the maximum benefit from that supply. [more]

Simple steps to safeguard privacy (10/
The University has initiated a major project that will completely eliminate the use of the Social Security number as the primary identifier in all University computer systems. [more]

President David Adamany announces 2004 Great Teacher Award Nominations (10/04)
President David Adamany has announced the 16th year of formal recognition by the University of great teachers. The Temple University Great Teacher Awards were established in 1988 by the Board of Trustees, and each year Temple selects five outstanding faculty members to be honored as Great Teachers. [more]

Second candidate for the position of Vice Provost for University Libraries and Director, Paley Library, on campus Oct. 4–6 (10/04)
Nancy Kranich is the former Associate Dean of Libraries at New York University and former President of the American Library Association. [more]

September 2004
Temple University Adverse Events Tracking System Mandatory Training and Authorization Registration (9/27)
Training sessions have been scheduled to allow all Principal Investigators and their designated reporters (Study Coordinators) to gain access to the system. [more]

Search for a candidate for the position of Vice Provost for University Libraries and Director, Paley Library. (9/27)
From Tuesday, Sept. 28, through Thursday, Sept. 30, staff, faculty and students can meet with candidate Larry Alford. [more]

Trustees announce tenure, promotion actions (9/23)
Temple University announces tenure and promotion actions, made by the Board of Trustees, effective Jan. 3, 2004, through Aug. 30, 2004. [more]

Federal radiation reporting rules now available for employees (9/23)
During normal business hours, the Environmental Health and Radiation Safety Department can be reached at 215-707-2520. [more]

Walk for Diabetes Oct. 3 ... Let's help find a cure! (9/09)
Come join the Temple University team for America's Walk for Diabetes. [more]

The 2004-05 and 2005-06 Academic Calendars are now
available at
www.temple.edu/registrar/acad_cals_4~5.html. (9/09)

A Message from Ariel Silverstone, Chief Information Security Officer (9/09)
A number of Temple e-mail account holders have received messages that appear to come from various U.S. Banks and companies. Even though each message may look official, it is a fraud.[more]

Associate fiscal VP Chant announces plans to retire (9/09)
Richard Chant, Temple's associate vice president for budget and fiscal affairs, has announced his intention to retire, effective summer of 2005. [more]

August 2004
Fall 2004 Parking Operations Schedule (8/26)
The parking schedule for University lots has been posted for the Fall 2004 semester, effective Aug. 30.

HR makes vacation, bonus program changes for non-bargaining employees
Full-time administrative and staff employees who are not represented by a bargaining unit will be able to use their vacation time in the same year that it accrues

Memo from Assistant Director of Travel Reimbursements Lydia Vasquez:
Travel Reimbursements

Effective immediately, traveling by air will be limited to the lowest price tourist class whenever the single leg of the air travel is less then 6 (six) hours.

Provost Ira Schwartz Announces Appointment of Ronald J. Tallarida as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Ron serves as the co-Director of the Core on Integrative Pharmacology in the Center on Substance Abuse Research as well as the Director of the Center on Quantitative Biology and Biomedical Mathematics in the College of Science and Technology.

Kenneth J. Soprano, Ph.D., Vice President for Research & Graduate Studies, Announces Creation of the Office for Human Subjects Protection
The OHSP is a new administrative office within the Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies created for the purpose of coordinating and enhancing the varied functions of our existing Institutional Review Boards (IRBs).

New Contract Simplifies Software Licensing
The licenses provided by this new agreement represent the majority of Microsoft licenses purchased each year. Computer Services will pay the annual cost of the Campus Agreement.

July 2004
Provost Ira Schwartz Announces Appointment of Angela Linse as
Director of Temple's Teaching and Learning Center
Linse, who assumes her new position full time on September 15, comes to Temple from the University of Washington’s Center for Engineering Learning and Teaching, where she was assistant director for faculty development.

Memo From Provost Ira M. Schwartz: Linda Mauro to Step Down as Vice Provost
for Faculty Affairs
Linda will return to the School of Social Administration, where she is a Professor of Social Work.

Holiday Schedule for Fiscal Year
2004-05 (7/22) [more]

June 2004

Tax-Free Contributions for Mass Transit and Non-Temple Parking Now Easier to Use (6/14) [more]