Staff & Faculty

Roger Ideishi smiling and sitting in a chair.
Inclusive arts, inclusive communities
Roger Ideishi of Temple’s College of Public Health is helping arts organizations rethink inclusion. Some of his recent work occurred in Flint, Michigan.
December 2, 2016
Thomas Edwards standing in front of a chalkboard with his arms crossed.
Supporting autism in the workplace
Engineering professor explores with his students how to best manage individuals on the autism spectrum in the workplace.
November 30, 2016
Bill Marimow and JoAnne Epps standing together and smiling.
Epps joins first 'Philadelphia Inquirer' Business Hall of Fame class
Temple Provost and Executive Vice President JoAnne A. Epps is among local leaders honored with the first 'Philadelphia Inquirer' Industry Icon Awards.
November 18, 2016
Hands playing a piano.
The keystrokes of life
Sara Davis Buechner, pianist and associate professor at Boyer, is an individual of many lives—her newest being a Temple Owl.
Two women holding awards and one woman holding flowers.
Faculty honored for outstanding service contributions
Faculty across the university received honors at the annual Outstanding Faculty Service Awards brunch held by the Faculty Senate and Provost’s Office.
6ABC anchor Jim Gardner moderating a U.S. Senate debate on Temple’s campus.
Owls and the election: How Temple took part in campaign 2016
No one knows yet how the 2016 election will end. But for now, here’s a look back at the role students and faculty played this year.
David Boardman standing next to a SEPTA subway train.
Join the 21st century, Philly journalists
School of Media and Communication dean said in an op-ed for ‘The Philadelphia Inquirer’ that journalists shouldn’t host off the record conversations at local press clubs.
A group of students cheering at a Temple athletic event.
Mingle it out
As part of National Coming Out Week, Temple hosted an out networking event for faculty, staff and students in the LGBTQIA community.
Kevin Williams with Morgan Hall in the background.
National Coming Out Week: Kevin's story
Kevin Williams, director of residential life, says coming out is a continuous journey.
Pepón Osorio standing in front of a green wall.
President Obama to nominate Temple professor
President Barack Obama will nominate Tyler professor to the National Council on the Arts.
Renee Kirby sitting at a large table smiling.
Access and success for all
Renee Kirby is honored for her relentless dedication to disability inclusion at Temple.
A graphic with text that reads "Answer This a Temple University Series."
Answer This: How will the first self-driving cars affect traffic?
Professor discusses research that suggests benefits from new automobile technology.
Larry R. Kaiser smiling.
Larry R. Kaiser, inaugural Lewis Katz Dean
Larry Kaiser was named the inaugural Lewis Katz Dean at Temple’s School of Medicine. It’s the first endowed named dean’s chair at the university.