Temple alumnus and trustee William H. Cosby Jr. was honored last week by the Writers Guild of America, West, for a skill he honed at Temple: his writing.
August 26, 2014
Nearly 4,500 freshmen begin classes today. Temple’s Class of 2018 is projected to be the university’s largest and one of its most academically accomplished cohorts.
August 25, 2014
A new, exclusive agreement Temple has signed with Licensing Resource Group will help increase the reach and impact of the Owls' brand.
August 25, 2014
Members of the Temple community officially welcomed students from the class of 2018 to the university at the annual Convocation ceremony, held Friday, August 22, in the Liacouras Center.
For the second year in a row, Temple University has set a new record for fundraising, bringing in $67.9 million for the fiscal year that ended June 30. The year also marked a new milestone for faculty support, which topped $7 million.
Student Move-in kicked off Sunday morning and continues through the week and into the weekend, with approximately 5,550 students moving into university residence halls over a seven-day period.
President Neil D. Theobald has appointed Joyce Wilkerson as his senior advisor for community relations and development.
The beginning of the school year marks the debut of Temple’s new academic calendar, which will include a fall break, standardized scheduling rules for future semesters and a move of Temple’s annual Commencement exercises.
With Welcome Week and Move-in Day right around the corner, the Temple Today staff had some fun pulling together tips to make move-in a success for everyone.
The North American Association of Commencement Officers has posthumously named Lewis Katz the best commencement speaker of 2014. Katz presented his uplifting address at Temple’s 127th Commencement exercises on May 15.
July's media coverage highlights include a front-page "Philadelphia Inquirer" story on the university's new Temple Option admissions path, two appearances by Temple faculty members in "The New York Times," an absorbing faculty story in "The Atlantic" and an in-depth interview with Temple University Japan Dean Bruce Stronach in one of Japan's leading newspapers.
In a bold move underscoring Temple University’s commitment to access and diversity, President Neil D. Theobald announced the Temple Option, an admissions path for talented students who show great potential for success but don’t perform well on standardized tests.
Fox School of Business celebrates the relocation of its executive master of business administration program and the launch of a new executive doctorate of business administration program.