Vermeil and former secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Estelle Richman will receive honorary degrees.
April 10, 2017
The STHM Executive in Residence speaker series highlights top-level executives in sport, recreation, tourism and hospitality management.
April 7, 2017
The center meets a need in the community and offers all levels of sedation, from light to general anesthesia.
April 4, 2017
Last week, the Temple community came together to recognize Lew Klein and celebrate the naming of Klein College in the legendary Owl’s honor.
The Lew Klein College of Media and Communication’s name will honor Klein’s distinguished career and decades of teaching service at Temple.
Director of Emergency Management Sarah Powell wants campus to know how to react when the TUsiren sounds next week for a shelter-in-place drill.
Alumni, faculty, students and experts join in a day of conversation about representation of the disability community in the arts and media at the annual Disability and Change Symposium.
The event will raise awareness around sexual violence and focus on inclusion and engaging new voices on the issue.
Fox and Engineering earned all-time-ranks in the latest edition of Best Graduate Schools—and those weren’t the only grad programs that soared.
A subtle yet significant addition to campus life is turning up throughout Temple University: new signs to improve visibility and consistency.
State funding allows the university to keep tuition as low as possible and to deliver excellent teaching and research, Englert told state legislators.
As of the March 1 application deadline, Temple University received 36,840 applications, beating last year’s record of 34,504.
The newly formed Center for the Advancement of Teaching offers resources to improve teaching and amplify student success.