Staff & Faculty

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Temple staff recognized for decades of service
Doris Clowney, EDU ’94, ’97, along with 48 other Temple University employees, were honored for continuous, full-time employment at the university.
June 22, 2016
 A man holding a notebook interviewing a woman holding a baby.
At Lewis Katz School of Medicine, a focus on storytelling
The initiative, through elective courses and outreach, will help doctors, students and patients reflect on their experiences and those of others.
June 21, 2016
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Temple names Cindy Leavitt as vice president for computer services and chief information officer
Leavitt joins Temple from the University of Michigan, where she held senior information systems positions for the past 14 years.
June 8, 2016
Rebecca Alpert accepting the Great Teacher Award from Temple’s provost.
A passion for teaching
Rebecca Alpert, senior associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and professor of religion, was a recipient of the 2016 Great Teacher Award.
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Temple University Press names new editor-in-chief
Aaron Javsicas will continue to expand and modernize Temple University Press to become a leading scholarly press.
Darilyn Moyer wearing a lab coat and speaking at a podium.
Temple faculty member to lead American College of Physicians
Darilyn Moyer, MED ’85, will assume leadership in September of the largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician group in the U.S.
A female faculty member applauding during Temple’s Faculty Awards Luncheon.
Faculty members honored for accomplishments and contributions
The Faculty Awards Luncheon was an opportunity to celebrate some of Temple’s most distinguished professors.
Lisa Kay wearing a teal jacket and standing in front of a bookcase.
Tyler professor receives national award for special needs art education
The National Art Education Association and two other groups honored Kay, whose work pairs art therapy with art education.
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Temple historian discusses Atlantic City on NPR’s ‘Fresh Air’
Professor of History Bryant Simon visited the WHYY program to talk about the city's ups and downs.
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Reflecting on Justice Scalia’s legacy
Beasley School of Law Professor Laura Little comments on Scalia's time on the bench and the political debate brewing over the appointment of a new Justice.
Temple Law School Dean JoAnn Epps with City Hall in the background.
Law School Dean JoAnne Epps shares vision for diversity, inclusion
Her acceptance speech touched on the need for improved education and establishing a better understanding of each other.
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Temple criminologist’s commentary draws media spotlight
Assistant Professor Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve commented on Chicago's criminal justice system in the aftermath of the Laquan McDonald shooting.
Phylicia Rosario working at a computer.
Service with a smile
Phylicia Rosario went from a 7-Eleven clerk to a leader in the communications center for Temple’s Campus Safety Services.