Kudos to the team behind the new Fox School of Business Undergraduate Admissions website. Clean. Clear. Consistent.
The Fox School of Business has been maintaining an excellent blog titled Alter Hall Blog primarily focusing on construction updates for the new Alter Hall. This week they’re also running a contest to anyone who posts a comment on the best description of a construction term called ‘waler’.
I think the blog and contest are great ideas on reaching the community (students and alumni) and the contest an even better way to continue to attract new visitors to the site.
In case you’re looking for help with the contest, try attending the Contractor School.
Temple University has become an even more attractive place to work at thanks to the new holiday break schedule announced in the Winter Holiday Break memo from Dr. Hart. A very nice way to make my Christmas.
This is by no means official and is merely a test at using SIMILE Timeline. The SIMILE Timeline is a DHTML-based AJAX widget for visualizing time-based events. The live example linked below illustrates the various events that have happened or that relate to the TECH Center. Pan the timeline by dragging it horizontally.
I just noticed a new website for the Temple University Japan Campus. Did you know that Temple University was the first American university to establish a campus in Japan? Did you also know that the Executive MBA program at the campus was also the first of its kind in Japan and in 2005 was also designated as the first Foreign University, Japan Campus, in Japan by Japan’s Ministry of Education , Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).