Campus News

Highlights from recent appearances of Temple in the media
This week's roundup includes a 'Philadelphia Inquirer' story about Temple Theater students giving local high school students a voice (the second Temple-themed front-page story in the 'Inquirer' in 18 days) as well as faculty media hits in 'The New York Times' and 'The Washington Post' and on NBC News and Fox News.
November 20, 2014
Pharmacy alumna bequeaths $1 million to help students and faculty
School of Pharmacy alumna Joye Ann Billow, PHR ’66, ’73, has left the school $1 million to endow a student scholarship fund and a faculty development fund in Temple's School of Pharmacy.
November 18, 2014
Highlights from recent stories about Temple in the media
This week's roundup of media hits includes a front-page 'Inquirer' story on a Feinstein Center event celebrating the legacy of 'Free to Be...You and Me,' historian Beth Bailey in 'The New York Times' on why Army cuts hit hard and a 'Philadelphia' magazine conversation with HIV researcher Kamel Khalili.
November 13, 2014
Student leaders visit White House to discuss preventing sexual assault
Temple students were invited to the West Wing to participate in a roundtable discussion as part of It’s On Us, a national campaign to end sexual assault on college campuses.
Temple University to salute veterans during Nov. 11 ceremonies
At special ceremonies held today both on Main Campus and Ambler Campus, Temple will honor faculty, staff, students and alumni who have served or are serving in the armed forces.
Highlights from recent stories about Temple in the media
Highlights in this week's roundup of media hits includes a front-page ‘Inquirer’ story on Temple’s new draft campus plan. Also in the national media: Psychologist Kathy Hirsh-Pasek discussed the “word gap,” and the School of Medicine’s Eileen Farnon shared Ebola insights.
New, easy-to-use continuing education system debuts at Temple
This week, Temple began the first phase of a three-year project to provide a centralized “one-stop-shopping” registration and payment system, called DestinyOne, for all of the university's continuing education and noncredit programs.
Diamond Marching Band’s success fueled by innovative tech use
Complex drills and musical arrangements have become the trademark of Temple University's Diamond Marching Band. The band's next performance will be at this Friday evening's home football game against Memphis at Lincoln Financial Field.
Join the charge: Volunteer for Temple’s Global Day of Service
This Saturday, Nov. 8, Temple University alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends across the world will participate in one of 25 events during Temple’s Global Day of Service. Today is your last chance to register.
Students and faculty host events focused on diversity
On Tuesday, Oct. 28, students, faculty and administrators came together for two diversity-centered events organized to ensure that inclusivity remains a topic of conversation on campus.
Highlights from recent stories about Temple in the media
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.
Temple’s latest draft campus plan includes new library, large central quad
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.
Michele Masucci named vice provost for research
Provost Hai-Lung Dai has named Interim Vice Provost for Research Michele Masucci as the vice provost for research, effective immediately.