Temple University’s Kornberg School of Dentistry recently hosted visiting Israeli and Palestinian dental faculty as part of the Bridge to Peace program, which facilitates opportunities for dental professionals to reach beyond political and religious divides.
April 15, 2015
President Neil D. Theobald recently visited Rome, where he was a featured speaker at a symposium hosted by Temple Rome and the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See. The symposium focused on Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Philadelphia.
April 6, 2015
Nine students from Temple University Japan were selected to participate in a prestigious round-table discussion on girls' education with U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and first lady of Japan Akie Abe.
March 26, 2015
Four internationally acclaimed researchers will visit Temple University this year for the Presidential Visiting Scholars series.
Rear Adm. Scott F. Giberson, PHR ’93, U.S. assistant surgeon general, directed the establishment of a hospital in Liberia to treat healthcare workers who have suspected or confirmed cases of Ebola.
Temple University Harrisburg and Temple University Japan are joining forces to offer nonprofit professionals international training and leadership development.
A delegation of university leaders from Temple University’s Main Campus recently traveled to Beijing to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Beasley School of Law’s China Rule of Law program.
Temple’s Kornberg School of Dentistry students traveled to La Ventanilla, Peru, to provide needed oral healthcare to children at La Sagrada Familia orphanage.
Approximately 60 students study at Temple University Japan each semester. The Freeman Foundation scholarship awards study abroad students up to $3,000 each to encourage students from the U.S. to intern in East Asia.
Continuing Temple's Study Abroad Week celebration, the Temple Today staff compiled this list of the top 5 misconceptions about studying abroad.
In honor of Study Abroad Week, a weeklong series of events dedicated to study abroad opportunities at Temple, the Temple Today staff compiled this list of the top 5 reasons to study abroad.
Photojournalist Iris Dawn Parker, who mentored four Temple students studying in South Africa last summer, will be featured at a major exhibit on Main Campus this month.
For 10 years, Antonio Giordano—director of the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine at Temple—has been collaborating with Italian scientists to examine the ever-increasing cancer rates in Italy’s Campania region, resulting from unregulated industries and decades of illegal toxic-waste dumping. Today, thanks in part to his work, the Italian government has acknowledged the severity of the problem.