Temple University published the newest draft of a comprehensive campus plan that includes a new library, an interdisciplinary science building and a vast green space at the heart of Main Campus.
October 30, 2014
Highlights in this week's roundup of media hits include 'New York Times' stories with faculty commentary on social media and kids' reading habits, an 'LA Times' op-ed on citizenship, and front-of-section stories in 'The Philadelphia Inquirer' on a Tyler entrepreneurship program and a new Temple Libraries collection.
October 30, 2014
Provost Hai-Lung Dai has named Interim Vice Provost for Research Michele Masucci as the vice provost for research, effective immediately.
October 29, 2014
This week's roundup of media appearances by Temple faculty and students includes a 'New York Times' story on Temple psychologist Kathy Hirsh-Pasek's research on children's language development, a 'Diverse' story on the Temple Option and a 'Philadelphia Inquirer' story on a pioneering rabbi (who happens to be an alumna).
Temple University’s School of Media and Communication installed a news ticker on the 13th Street side of Annenberg Hall.
Paul A. Pavlou, associate dean at the Fox School of Business, and Laurence Steinberg, professor of psychology, have been named among the most important researchers of the past decade.
Highlights from this week's roundup of Temple media appearances include blowout coverage of the Diamond Marching Band (with photos and video) in 'The Philadelphia Inquirer,' a 'Metropolis' feature story on Morgan Hall, and Temple psychology researchers in 'U.S. News' and 'The New York Times.'
At his first State of the University address on Tuesday, President Neil D. Theobald announced a new $500,000 seed-grant program to foster faculty research, scholarship, and creative activity in the arts and humanities.
With a new name and a new vision, Temple’s College of Health Professions and Social Work is now the College of Public Health. The move makes the college the largest such institution in Greater Philadelphia.
A new commuter lounge opening in spring 2015 will offer student, faculty and staff commuters a retreat while they wait for shuttles and public transportation.
The newly opened Science Education and Research Center (SERC) at Temple University will support a new era of research and discovery for students and faculty, opening doors to advancements in Philadelphia and around the world.
The College of Education received $2.2 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education to create a new partnership between the university and the School District of Philadelphia.
The official ribbon cutting and building dedication of Temple’s new Science Education and Research Center (SERC) was held October 10 as part of Temple's Homecoming weekend.