Temple's Computer Recycling Center collects and refurbishes computers and electronic equipment from across the university and distributes much-needed desktops, monitors, laptops, digital displays and servers at no cost to more than 50 Philadelphia-area schools and nonprofit organizations.
September 25, 2014
After a summer of collecting donated school supplies, representatives from the College of Liberal Arts and its alumni association delivered more than 4,200 items to Philadelphia's Tanner Duckrey School.
September 8, 2014
Over the summer, a group of Temple students studied transportation, urban agriculture and emergency food services in Norristown, Pa., to better understand the community's access to nutritious, safe, affordable food.
August 26, 2014
A team representing Temple College of Engineering’s Pennsylvania MESA (Math Engineering Science Achievement) initiative has won second place in a prestigious national competition for designing and building a functioning prosthetic arm.
The Girls and Mathematics Program helps young girls resist the stereotypes and get excited about math.
Temple will commit $1 million in cash and in-kind resources to create educational programs and career training for the Norris Apartments community in North Philadelphia.
In May, Temple Contemporary's community history, art and engagement project, “Funeral for a Home,” culminated in the celebration of the life of a single Philadelphia rowhouse—before it was demolished.
This morning Temple University will host a community job fair to provide employment opportunities for members of the Philadelphia community-at-large. Held this year from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Pearson-McGonigle Hall’s gymnasium, the event will include 70 employers.
As 40,000 runners made their way down Philadelphia’s main thoroughfare for the 2014 Independence Blue Cross Broad Street Run May 4, Owls gathered at Broad Street and Polett Walk on Main Campus to cheer on race participants.
More than 7,000 guests visited Temple University Ambler April 25 for EarthFest 2014 on Temple’s Ambler Campus. Students from across the region viewed exhibits that supported EarthFest’s theme of “sustaining our communities” and this year’s special focus on water.
Thirteen members of Gamma Iota Sigma-Sigma Chapter—the academic fraternity for students in risk management, insurance and actuarial science—served as “shavees” for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation during the Insurance Society of Philadelphia’s Philly I-Day, April 9 in the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Graduate students from the Tyler School of Art partnered with seventh-graders from St. James School, located in North Philadelphia, to create a series of colorful posters that represent the school pledge.
Temple Contemporary and a host of community organizations are undertaking a yearlong project designed to honor the city’s forgotten homes.