Diane Nelson Bryen will leave her post as executive director of Temple’s Institute on Disabilities in June after more than 15 years in the role, the university announced earlier this week. She will be replaced
Joe Frazier’s Gym, a North Philadelphia landmark at 2917 N. Broad St. above Glenwood Avenue for more than 40 years, has been closed for renovations. The closure will last at least three months, said Leslie
Mark Eyerly, Temple’s chief communications officer, has left the university. Yesterday was his last day, university spokesman Ray Betzner said.“I am no longer with Temple University,” the greeting on Eyerly’s voice mail simply stated today.
After serving as dean of the Tyler School of Art for two-and-a-half years, Keith Morrison announced his decision to step down from the position earlier this month to pursue his own projects.”I thoroughly enjoyed working
Man-Chiang Niu, who was instrumental in forging Temple’s well-developed relationship with his native China, died last month in Beijing. He was 95. Niu, a retired Temple biology professor, died of complications from bone marrow cancer.