A record 32 exhibits from Philadelphia high school students will be on display at Temple’s educational celebration of Earth Day.
April 19, 2016
Owls gathered to help spruce up the Amos Recreation Center and portions of Broad Street during the city's annual event.
April 18, 2016
Temple student-athletes hosted sports clinics for students from nearby Duckrey Elementary, William H. Hunter and William McKinley schools.
April 11, 2016
University of Arkansas - Monticello students met with Philadelphians who took part in the fight to desegregate nearby Girard College.
The launch of the Henry Schein Digital Dentistry Program puts the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry at the forefront of a dental revolution.
Billy Penn recognized these dynamic under-40 leaders in Philadelphia, who are focused on their communities.
Health4Baby uses low-cost technology to encourage new mothers to take action aimed at helping them lose weight
Students from the shuttered Fairhill Elementary have used the reForm exhibit at Temple to hold meetings with organizations such as the School Reform Commission.
Temple University continually offers a number of free events that serve the community. Here are a few happening this semester.
More than 600 students from Philadelphia schools presented their science projects at the Temple Athletic Pavilion.
The program gives bystanders the skills and knowledge to provide first aid to victims gun violence.
The engaged learning activities in public spaces will be a fun and engaging way to introduce math and literacy content to kids and their parents.
Students, faculty and administrators join the North Philadelphia community to honor King's legacy.
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