Office of the President
Provost Hai-Lung Dai invites members of the university community to participate in upcoming conversations about academic priorities and campus master planning. The series of town hall meetings is designed to identify and prioritize initiatives that will support the university's academic, student life and research goals.
Dr. Theobald invite students, faculty and staff to a viewing party to cheer on the Owls as they take on the Indiana Hoosiers in the third round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament on Sunday, March 24. The viewing party will be held in the Great Court of Mitten Hall, and will include complimentary food and beverages. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m.; tip off is 2:45 p.m.
David Unruh, senior vice president for institutional advancement at Temple, has resigned. Tilghman Moyer, associate vice president for institutional advancement, will become interim vice president effective immediately.
Temple Acting President Richard Englert offers support to the family members, friends and all those affected by the sudden death of a Temple student who took her life in the Liacouras Parking Garage.
Acting President Richard M. Englert has announced appointees to the Search Advisory Committee for Temple Provost. The committee will immediately begin accepting nominations and self-nominations for the position via email to email@example.com. Any tenured faculty member with the rank of professor is eligible for nomination.
President Richard Englert expresses his gratitude to members of the Temple community for meeting the challenges posed by Hurricane Sandy earlier this week.
On behalf of Temple President-Elect Neil Theobald, Acting President Richard Englert has announced that a search for the position of Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs will begin immediately. The internal search is open to tenured Temple professors and will be led by a search committee and staffed by the Executive Office of the President and the Department of Human Resources.
The report of the Special Task Force appointed to review potential implications for Temple from the Freeh report has completed its review. Acting President Richard M. Englert has released a link to its findings.
Temple has created a special task force to review in detail the Report of the Special Investigative Counsel ("the Freeh Report") of July 12, 2012 in order to identify potential implications for Temple and potential recommendations for action if warranted by its findings. The task force will make a final report on its findings and any recommendations to the chairman of the Board of Trustees, University Counsel and the acting president on September 15.
Michael Klein, Laura H. Carnell Professor of Science and director of the Institute for Computational Molecular Sciences, will assume the role of interim dean at the College of Science and Technology. The post was previously held by Hai-Lung Dai, who is now serving as interim provost.
President Ann Weaver Hart has announced that Richard M. Englert will remain in the position of Provost until December 31, 2012 to assure a smooth transition for the university's next president.