Staff & Faculty
The leader of Temple’s healthcare enterprise has been nominated for the “50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders.”
February 8, 2016
Pennsylvania Innocence Project Legal Director Marissa Bluestine, LAW ’95, talks about the impact of false confessions on the justice system.
February 8, 2016
Owls take to the airwaves to discuss topic ranging from citizenship to concussions.
January 25, 2016
Temple professor's new book approaches head trauma and brain injuries from a variety of perspectives.
Two Temple faculty members offer expertise on 'NewsWorks Tonight.'
Temple's Carnell Professor of Physics and Chemistry joins an illustrious group of researchers and inventors.
Faculty donor established a scholarship to spur projects on diversity.
Miriam Solomon, professor and chair of philosophy within the College of Liberal Arts, explains the critical role philosophy plays in making ethical decisions across a variety of fields.
The Laura H. Carnell Professor of Education Psychology at Temple’s College of Education explains the science of fear.
After Philadelphia Police Department Commissioner Charles Ramsey announced his retirement, scholars in Temple’s Department of Criminal Justice commented on his tenure.
This year, Temple hired 53 new tenured and tenure-track professors from top universities.
China manages capitalism for its own gain, says Roselyn Hsueh, assistant professor of political science at Temple. She explains how in this 'Washington Post' story.
With Pope Francis' visit this week to Philadelphia, Terry Rey, associate professor of religion at Temple, reflects on Pope John Paul II's historic visit to Philadelphia in 1979 in this NewsWorks story.