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Monday, October 15
Seasonal flu vaccinations available for all University students, faculty and staff. Upon presentation of a current TUid, all Temple University students, faculty and staff may receive a free seasonal flu shot. 2 PM - 5 PM

 

Friday, October 19
Friday Forum, Presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Temple University.
Dr. Allan Schwartz will deliver his timely and topical presentation, “RBG: Notorious-Badass, Second Woman on the Supreme Court.” He will discuss Justice Ginsburg’s childhood, schools, family, and law school—also, gender issues, women’s rights in the courtroom, Clinton, Scalia, and major Court decisions. Justice Ginsburg has successfully overcome several health hurdles. Join us to hear more!
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Wednesday, October 24
Returning to School Fair for Working Adults. 12 Noon - 2 PM. Register

 

Wednesday, October 24
Master of Public Policy Information Session. 5 PM - 7 PM. RSVP

 

Thursday, October 25
Master of Science in Health Informatics Information Session.
5 PM - 7:30 PM, Room 206

 

Friday, October 26
Friday Forum, Presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Instiute at Temple University.
Kathleen Salisbury will address “Philadelphia: America’s Garden Capital.” Kathy is the Director of the Ambler Arboretum. The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University is a proud member of Greater Philadelphia Gardens. This organization represents more than 30 gardens that are within 30 miles of Philadelphia, making the City of Brotherly Love America's Garden Capital. Kathy Salisbury will walk you through a virtual tour of some of these gardens and their unique stories, some you may know well and others you may never have heard of.
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Friday, November 2
Friday Forum, Presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Instiute at Temple University.
Paul Steinke, Executive Director of the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, will update us on preservation accomplishments and future direction of this renowned city institution. Eleanor Gesensway, winner of a PAGP award in 2017, will introduce Mr. Steinke
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Friday, November 9
Friday Forum, Presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Instiute at Temple University.
Larry Ceisler, Democratic political strategist and pollster based in Philadelphia, and Liz Preate Havey, Chair of the Montgomery County Republican Party, will present “Reflections on the 2018 Elections: Different Perspectives.” The speakers will cover national politics with a focus on Pennsylvania. Lynn A. Marks and Judge Phyllis W. Beck will serve as moderators.
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Friday, November 16
Friday Forum, Presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Instiute at Temple University.
David Nelson Wren, author of Ardrossan, will do a lively presentation on the last of the great Main Line estates. Built by the Montgomery Family, Ardrossan was the inspiration for “The Philadelphia Story.”
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Monday, November 19 - Wednesday, November 21
Fall Break (no classes held)

 

Thursday, November 22 - Friday, November 23
Thanksgiving Holiday (no classes held)

 

Thursday, November 29
Returning to School Workshop/Fair for Working Adults
Room 222
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

 

Friday, November 30
Friday Forum, Presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Instiute at Temple University.
Bill Double will discuss Charles E. Hires and the Drink That Wowed a Nation, published recently by Temple University Press. Bill Double, a local historian, has written an “effervescent” biography of Charles Elmer Hires, the Philadelphia pharmacist who introduced root beer to the American public. Come to hear about the history of the American soft drink industry—a charming part of local lore!
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