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In the latest installment of the Faculty Focus series, Lori Pompa—founder and director of the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program and criminal justice instructor in the College of Liberal Arts—discusses the growth of that educational program and the impact it has had since its inception in 1997.

Taken by Temple Photographer Joseph V. Labolito, this week's Photo of the Week captures the Temple women's lacrosse team in action. 

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Lisa A. Cassis, professor from the University of Kentucky, will present "Angiotensin-induced Vascular Diseases: Lessons Learned from Mouse Models."

Today, noon, Health Sciences Center, Medical Education and Research Building, room 1010.

The LeaderShape Institute is a highly interactive and energizing leadership-enhancement program that provides participants with the tools necessary for becoming visionary leaders.

Today, 4 p.m., Howard Gittis Student Center, room 223. 

This is a one-day, single-elimination tournament. Registration will take place at the IBC equipment desk.

Today, 6 p.m., Student Recreation Center. 

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Men's basketball competes with Houston in the Liacouras Center. 

Saturday, 9 p.m., Liacouras Center. 

The women's basketball team competes with Houston in McGonigle Hall. 

Monday, 7 p.m., McGonigle Hall. 

Men's basketball competes with the University of Central Florida in the Liacouras Center. 

Tuesday, March 4, 6:30 p.m., Liacouras Center. 

Join a conversation with conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas, who works primarily with themes related to identity, history and popular culture. This event is sponsored by the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, Temple University Libraries, the departments of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture, Graphic and Interactive Design, and Photography in the Tyler School of Art.

Tuesday, March 11, Paley Library, lecture hall. 

Apply for the 10th annual Library Prize for Undergraduate Research and join a decade of outstanding students honored for the best in undergraduate research projects. Top prizewinners receive $1,000 and an opportunity to present their research at a reception and forum in their honor. Temple University Libraries also awards a special prize for projects in sustainability and the environment. To learn more about the prize and how to apply, visit the Libraries website

Wednesday, March 26. 

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