Electrical and computer engineering graduate student Brian Thibodeau, ENG ’14, has been awarded a two-year Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship by the National Defense Education Program.
January 16, 2015
Last semester, students enrolled in Ken Finkel's ‘Museum Studies’ class met weekly among the mounted skeletons and preserved animals at the Wagner Free Institute of Science, located just a few blocks from Temple's Main Campus.
January 15, 2015
Instead of throwing a party to celebrate her 21st birthday, Temple student Lorae Bonamy started the 21 Days of Love campaign to raise awareness about and collect donations for the homeless in Philadelphia.
December 23, 2014
Student-athlete Alyssa Drachslin reflects on her experience playing volleyball at Temple, and credits her teammates and the university with her success both on the court and off.
Senior students majoring in tourism and hospitality and sport and recreation management complete a senior professional development course simulating the experience of working at a small company.
The newly established PACT (Philadelphia Aphasia Community at Temple) center, which offers diagnostic and treatment services for aphasia patients and conducts innovative research into the condition, provides students with opportunities for real-world clinical experiences.
In recognition of Veterans Day, Temple student and veteran Alex McEvoy, Class of 2014, shares his story, from combat to the classroom.
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.
In recognition of Temple's sixth annual National Coming Out Week celebration, meet Morgen Snowadzky, recipient of Temple's MarcDavid LGBTQ Scholarship Award.
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.
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.
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.