Fourth-year medical student Seneca Harberger is one of seven medical students nationally to be selected as a 2014 Pisacano Scholar. The award includes leadership training and a scholarship of up to $28,000.
October 24, 2014
In recognition of Temple's sixth annual National Coming Out Week celebration, meet Morgen Snowadzky, recipient of Temple's MarcDavid LGBTQ Scholarship Award.
October 14, 2014
Temple's nationally and internationally ranked Beasley School of Law and Fox School of Business were featured in 'The American Lawyer,' 'The Economist' and more.
October 13, 2014
Temple University students in the School of Media and Communication have won one major college journalism award this semester and been nominated for five more.
The 2014 Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards broke attendance and sponsorship records, which means the Temple University School of Media and Communication can provide more scholarships.
New and improved online tools will help students succeed in meeting their degree requirements so they can graduate on time.
Brianna Prime, a senior strategic communication major who is set to graduate within just 3½ years, has lived in three different countries, thanks to Temple's study away and study abroad programs.
TUTV-Temple Television will air Coach Matt Rhule’s Tuesday press conferences live starting Sept. 2. "The Matt Rhule Weekly on OwlSports Update" is hosted by Zach Gelb, Class of 2016, and Chase Senior, Class of 2015.
The students of the School of Media and Communication Study Away program in South Africa shared stories of their experiences this summer through a special edition of the "Philadelphia Daily News."
A comedy web series developed by a group of undergraduate Temple University filmmakers has been nominated for a 2014 Philly Geek Award.
On July 10, 115 students graduated from Temple’s Health Information Professions program prepared to launch careers in the healthcare industry.
For 10 years, Temple University Libraries has been celebrating the use of library resources for exceptional undergraduate research projects with the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research.
Jad Sleiman graduated May 15 with a journalism degree from Temple’s School of Media and Communication. The following week, he was in the heart of the Syrian war zone for three days, producing a video about Harakat Hazm, a new conglomerate of two dozen rebel groups.