Staff & Faculty

Temple experts available to speak on Pope Francis
Many Temple University faculty are experts on issues related to Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families.
August 31, 2015
Economist’s take on Clinton proposal in ‘Chronicle’
On Monday, 'The Chronicle of Higher Education' published a commentary by Assistant Professor of Economics Douglas Webber on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s “New College Compact” proposal.
August 13, 2015
Assistant professors nominated for Philly Geek Award
Mike Ingram and Tom McAllister, both assistant professors of English, will attend the 2015 Philly Geek Awards on Saturday, Aug. 15. Their podcast, ‘Book Fight!’, is nominated for Streaming Media Project of the Year.
August 13, 2015
TUH researchers publish commentary on weight-loss study
Temple University Hospital researchers Elias S. Siraj and Kevin J. Williams co-authored a piece in the ‘New England Journal of Medicine’ regarding the findings of a major weight-loss study.
‘Duty calls, and somebody has to answer’
As a master-level dispatcher for Temple’s Campus Safety Services, Phylicia Rosario has been recognized for her calm and helpful approach with callers.
Michele Masucci named vice president for research administration
Temple President Neil D. Theobald has appointed Michele Masucci to the new role of vice president for research administration.
Houser named president-elect of American Heart Association
Temple University School of Medicine Dean of Cardiovascular Research Steven R. Houser has been chosen to serve as president-elect of the American Heart Association.
20-Year Club celebrates employee perseverance
On June 12, the 20-Year Club held its annual Initiation and Recognition Reception to honor Temple employees celebrating their 20th anniversary, or any subsequent five-year anniversary of continuous, full-time service.
Pennsylvania Health Secretary visits, praises Temple
Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Karen Murphy presented certificates of recognition to Temple University Hospital staff for the care, dedication and compassion provided to victims of the May 12 Amtrak derailment.
Temple professor visits Middle East for revitalization project
Professor of Community and Regional Planning Jeffrey Featherstone is lending his expertise to revitalization efforts in the West Bank of the Jordan River.
Faculty and staff recognized at athletic games
This past season’s men’s basketball games provided the backdrop for this year’s recognition of university members who have made significant contributions to Temple, their fields and student success.
Temple economist testifies before Senate on student debt
Temple Economics Professor Douglas Webber testified before the U.S. Senate as part of a full-committee hearing on whether colleges and universities should share in the risk of federal student debt.
Renowned conductor named to Temple University Symphony Orchestra
The Boyer College of Music and Dance announced that Andreas Delfs has been appointed to the position of artistic director and conductor of the Temple University Symphony Orchestra.