Exhibit of Indian miniature paintings represents 12 years of collaboration
A 12-year collaboration between Associate Professor of Anthropology Jhala Jayasinhji, Temple anthropology students and private artists has grown into a full-fledged Indian study abroad experience and led to a new type of contemporary painting that marries digital techniques with traditional Indian styles. The results can be seen at the exhibit “Painting Story of the Floating Desert,” on display through April 30 at the Center for the Humanities at Temple.
February 6, 2013
Abroad and on track: Science majors study in Europe through international consortium
Through a consortium of universities from Europe, Canada and the United States, Temple science majors can now study at one of 19 European universities in 10 countries for up to a full academic year and still graduate on time.
January 16, 2013
Study Abroad Week aims to change Temple culture
Last week, Temple’s Office of Education Abroad and Overseas Campuses hosted its second annual Study Abroad Week. Events included a meet and greet with the Education Abroad staff, a Mini Study Abroad Fair and information sessions about studying abroad at Temple’s Rome and Japan campuses, as well as at other locations around the globe. Additionally, the Education Abroad staff held joint sessions with academic advisors from individual schools that informed students about how studying abroad can complement their degrees.
September 17, 2012
Faces of Temple: Gustavo Garcia
When printmaking major Gustavo Garcia came to Temple's Tyler School of Art, working with a camera was at best an afterthought. But then he took a photography course at Temple Rome that changed how he sees the world and opened up new opportunities as an artist and a teacher. Learn more about Gustavo in the latest installment of the student profile series.
March 12, 2012
Study abroad options expand with new exchange programs
Temple’s Office of Education Abroad has expanded its exchange programs to offer students the opportunity to study more curricular options in more locations. The programs enable Temple students to have a full academic and cultural immersion experience, sitting in classrooms with students from the host country, engaged in a different educational system and taking full advantage of student life.
February 9, 2012
Faces of Temple: Erik M. Jacobs
Political science major Erik M. Jacobs shares how enrolling in a Temple political science course on campaigns and elections has led to opportunities with the U.S. Senate and Republican National Convention.
January 27, 2012
Short-term study abroad offers concentrated global experience
Temple CIBER, based at the Fox School, offers short-term study abroad to attract students who are typically underserved in study abroad: males, minority students, athletes and certain majors that have lockstep curriculum that makes it difficult to spend a summer or semester abroad. In addition, many participants have never left the country before their short-term study abroad experience but then enroll in a second study abroad program, according to Kim Cahill, director of Temple CIBER and the Institute of Global Management Studies.
December 9, 2011
More international students and scholars choosing Temple
A new global living and learning community that brings together American and international students to live in Temple Towers residence hall is among the university's efforts to make campus friendlier for international students. Temple's Office of International Affairs hopes to double the number of international students coming to Temple, and the number has topped 2,000 for the first time — a 6 percent increase over last year.
November 30, 2011
Faces of Temple: LaToya Stroman
As part of a continuing series profiling students and the opportunities available to them at Temple, Latoya Stroman discusses her experience and the opportunities that led her from Community College of Philadelphia to London, England.
November 21, 2011
New scholarships available for undergrads to study abroad
Temple's Office of the Provost has announced a new program to help qualified Temple undergraduate students study abroad. Each year, the Diamond...
November 27, 2007
International flash dance promotes study abroad
Students broke out into spontaneous dance on Liacouras Walk yesterday during the Mini Study Abroad Fair, part of a week of activities designed to demonstrate the benefits of global education.
September 15, 2011
Study Abroad Week aims to dispel myths
In an effort to break down perceived barriers to international study, Education Abroad will host Study Abroad Week from September 12-16, with workshops, information sessions and a Mini Study Abroad Fair.
September 1, 2011
Travel abroad expands horizons for Journalism grad
Dreams of studying abroad started percolating for Melanie Menkevich during her summers at Wildwood on the Jersey Shore. As a teen, she worked on the boardwalk alongside students from around the world, making lifelong friends from Ireland, Egypt, Bulgaria and Russia.
May 13, 2010