Temple Trustee Phillip Richards, FOX ’62, presented at the first installment of the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series, launched this year to feature exemplary role models whose paths began with a Temple degree.
February 25, 2015
Tyler student Cassandra Reffner, Class of 2016, won the grand prize at the second annual Temple Analytics Challenge, a data-visualization competition organized by the Fox School of Business.
February 16, 2015
A group of Temple undergraduates traveled to northern Oman to analyze the area’s shifting Bronze Age mortuary traditions.
February 9, 2015
Students in the Department of Film and Media Arts’ ‘Senior Projects’ class must write a script and a director’s statement on the importance of making their project—just to get in to the class.
Alan M., CLA ’72, and Deborah Miffoluf Cohen, FOX ’72, have created a scholarship for students enrolled in Fly in 4, Temple's innovative plan to fast-track students' futures and limit their debt.
The business endeavors of three Temple University alumni are included in DreamIt Ventures’ recent round of accelerator programs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.