When students die, how does the university respond, and how do loved ones grieve?
Larry Dubinski, a Beasley School of Law alumnus and CEO of The Franklin Institute, was appointed as the chair-elect of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in November.
James Orlando, a junior Fox School of Business student, was found dead in an off-campus residence.
The death of two students as a result of substance use is a clear indicator that Temple is not immune to the statewide epidemic.
Michael Paytas, a senior marketing major, was found unresponsive in Paley Library.
Matt Lauer, who received a Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award in 2009, was fired from NBC’s “Today” show for sexual misconduct allegations.
James Orlando, a junior Fox School of Business student, was the second student to die suddenly this week.
When sexual assault is reported at Temple University Japan, students are referred to services on Main Campus.
Former student Joshua Hupperterz told his attorney he “did not cause any harm” to slain junior film and media arts major Jenna Burleigh.