Staff & Faculty
Temple University proudly announces the appointment of internationally renowned journalist, commentator and educator Bryan Monroe as the new Verizon Chair in the School of Media and Communication.
May 14, 2015
Provost Hai-Lung Dai announced that 840 faculty members will receive merit awards for outstanding performance and service in 2013-2014.
April 30, 2015
Temple experts in podiatry, sport psychology and sport industry share their insights about and their tips for runners in the upcoming Broad Street Run.
April 29, 2015
Temple University recently honored 11 faculty members for their excellence in teaching, research and creativity.
In this installment of the faculty focus series, Sport and Recreation Management Professor Jeremy Jordan reveals that participating in long-distance running, such as the upcoming Broad Street Run, has a positive impact on quality of life.
Temple University's new service excellence initiative inspires employees and empowers them to excel by helping them enhance efficiency, convenience and quality of service.
Temple University faculty researchers recently claimed four of the 100 most cited papers of all time, with seven professors among the top 1 percent most cited in their respective fields.
JoAnne Epps, dean of the Beasley School of Law, was appointed chair of a Philadelphia police oversight board on Wednesday, March 25. Read about her new role and what contributed to her success, as noted in this 'Philadelphia Inquirer' front page story.
According to English Professor Priya Joshi, Bollywood films serve as more than just a glamorous form of escapism. They offer a revealing glimpse into modern India's most controversial subjects.
The ability to demonstrate psychology’s real-world application is one reason Psychology Professor Jason Chein is so easily able to engage his students.
Temple University participated in Philly.com’s Top Workplaces survey this past December. The response to the survey broke all previous records for Temple employee participation.
In this latest installment of the faculty profile series, Temple University School of Medicine’s Steven Houser discusses the current and future state of heart health in America and what inspires his research.
On the heels of the announcement that Philadelphia will host the 2016 Democratic National Convention, faculty members in Temple’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management began sharing their expertise with the media.