A delegation of university leaders from Temple University’s Main Campus recently traveled to Beijing to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Beasley School of Law’s China Rule of Law program.
November 20, 2014
Temple’s Kornberg School of Dentistry students traveled to La Ventanilla, Peru, to provide needed oral healthcare to children at La Sagrada Familia orphanage.
October 22, 2014
Approximately 60 students study at Temple University Japan each semester. The Freeman Foundation scholarship awards study abroad students up to $3,000 each to encourage students from the U.S. to intern in East Asia.
September 17, 2014
Continuing Temple's Study Abroad Week celebration, the Temple Today staff compiled this list of the top 5 misconceptions about studying abroad.
In honor of Study Abroad Week, a weeklong series of events dedicated to study abroad opportunities at Temple, the Temple Today staff compiled this list of the top 5 reasons to study abroad.
Photojournalist Iris Dawn Parker, who mentored four Temple students studying in South Africa last summer, will be featured at a major exhibit on Main Campus this month.
For 10 years, Antonio Giordano—director of the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine at Temple—has been collaborating with Italian scientists to examine the ever-increasing cancer rates in Italy’s Campania region, resulting from unregulated industries and decades of illegal toxic-waste dumping. Today, thanks in part to his work, the Italian government has acknowledged the severity of the problem.
President Neil D. Theobald signed an inbound study-abroad agreement with Wang Yanxin, president of the China University of Geosciences (CUG) in Wuhan. Beginning in the fall, students from CUG will come to Temple to study as non-degree students for either one year or one semester.
Tyler School of Art alumni Candace Jensen, TYL ’08, and Owen Schuh, TYL ’07, met while studying at Temple Rome in spring 2007. As a part of their 2013 wedding registry, they asked for gifts for the Temple Rome Scholarship Fund to help students fund trips to Italy.
Temple University Japan and Miyagi University signed a Memorandum of Understanding in December, in order to begin working together on academic programs, initiatives and exchanges.
In an effort to encourage and foster more international collaboration opportunities for Temple faculty, College of Science and Technology Dean Michael Klein organized two daylong research symposiums last month in Japan and Korea.
In the aftermath of the earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear accident that struck Japan in March 2011, enrollment at Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ), Temple’s pioneering campus in Tokyo, took a hit. But now, buoyed by the energy of the Japanese economy and renewed optimism about the nation’s future, the number of degree-seeking and study-abroad students at TUJ is bouncing back. The sense of momentum is palpable. “This,” says Dean Bruce Stronach, “is TUJ's time.”
To help Temple's growing international student population get acclimated to their new home, the Office of International Admissions offered "Football 101," an hour-long tutorial designed to introduce new students to the rules the game and increase international student participation in sports-related activities. Members of the Owls' football staff, including Head Coach Matt Rhule, offered hands-on instruction at the Edberg-Olson practice facility.