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Faculty Affairs Newsletter

Volume 1 • Issue 2 • Dec. 2016

Student Leadership Collaboration

This fall, for the first time, the Office of Faculty Affairs teamed with the Office of Leadership Development to create a leadership experience for undergraduate students interested in careers in higher education. Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Kevin Delaney and Director of Leadership Development Lauren Bullock introduced a group of students to a variety of career opportunities in higher education.

Speakers from across the university talked with the group about their own career paths to higher education and the type of work they do here at Temple. Several of the students in the group have already applied to graduate-level programs in higher education administration and hopefully some of these talented students may even find their way back to Temple during their careers.

Outstanding Faculty Service Awardees

University Service Awards

Nineteen Temple University faculty members were recently honored for their service at the annual Outstanding Faculty Service Awards brunch. The event was hosted by the Faculty Senate and Office of the Provost.

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Faculty Spotlight

Sharon Eisenhour

MSP Teacher Connects with Local Organization to Honor Her Brother's Legacy

Sharon Eisenhour, an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Media Studies and Production in the School of Media and Communication, connected with the William Way LGBT Community Center to display her deceased brother's art collection. The collection was on display in September and October.

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Faculty Receive William Penn Foundation Grant

Professors Judith Stull, Annemarie Hindman and Julie Booth, and Project Coordinator Christine Sadjian-Peacock, from the College of Education, are partnering with the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, the School District of Philadelphia, and the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards on a project that will provide quality professional development and mentoring to over 300 teachers.

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Mechanical Engineering Professor's Lab Adds New Twist to 4-D Printing

Jie Yin, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and three PhD students, have modernized the Japanese traditions of origami and kirigami (paper folding and cutting) using shrink paper and infrared bulbs. Their research has been described as "simple yet well-designed and well-controlled."

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Film and Media Arts Faculty Receive Grants for Projects

Film and Media Arts faculty Rea Tajiri, Michael Kuetemeyer, Moon Molson, and Allan Barber received University Grants for their film projects that focus on a wide range of subjects, including personal and political documentary filmmaking.

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Temple Attains $20 Million Award for Materials, Brain Injury Research

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is funding one of the largest cooperative agreements for research in Temple University history. The research team aims to create a new class of materials for use in personal protective equipment and decrease brain injuries.

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Polett Walk, Temple University

Update: Temple-TAUP Contract Negotiations

Temple administrators and representatives from TAUP continue to discuss proposals regarding the accretion of much of Temple's part-time faculty into TAUP.

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Benefits

Faculty Affairs would like to remind faculty of some of the benefits available to them. Below are some of these lesser-known benefits:

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