Staff & Faculty

A man standing in front of a row of generators inside Temple University’s generator room.
New facilities AVP will touch all areas of Temple
As AVP of facilities and operations, Joe Monahan will keep campus operations running smoothly and oversee improvements.
March 10, 2017
Kathy Hirsh-Pasek cheering on her son from the audience at the Oscars
Son’s Oscar win affirms professor’s parenting strategy
When Benj Pasek accepted his Academy Award, he dedicated the win to his mom, Temple professor and parenting expert Kathy Hirsh-Pasek.
March 8, 2017
James Dicker and Emily Spitale in Temple's Science Education and Research Center
Temple’s innovative marketing, fundraising featured in 'Chronicle'
By connecting with high school students and young alumni in exciting new ways, Temple has earned the national media spotlight.
March 8, 2017
Assistant Professor Ellen Weber on Temple University’s campus.
Fox professor talks Temple, tech and cocktails
Ellen Weber, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, recently appeared in ‘Philadelphia’ magazine’s “I Love My Job” feature.
A spread of several New York Times newspapers.
Experts tally unprecedented appearances in ‘New York Times’
More than ever, Temple faculty members are being quoted in the pages of ‘The New York Times’ on issues ranging from the election of President Donald Trump to the mysteries of the teen brain.
flags of countries around the world hanging in an atrium.
Immigration order: Temple experts weigh in
Temple experts provide insight into the ongoing developments and debate around President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.
Hands typing on a cell phone.
Research uses texting to continue pre-K lessons at home
Temple’s College of Education is working on a project that sends lessons home for students in the form of text messages.
Marvin DeBose looking out over a neighborhood in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Resident director shares his story in 'Philadelphia Inquirer'
Marvin DeBose shared the story of a transformative trip to South Africa in the newspaper’s Black History Month series.
A crowd of students walking  on Polett Walk towards the Bell Tower.
Professor to lead $4M grant to help at-risk college students
The U.S. Department of Education grant will support seniors facing financial burdens so they can complete their degrees.
Papers with notes about fantasy football.
Professor wins award for research on fantasy sports
Drayer sought to find out why 60 million Americans play daily fantasy sports when the chance of winning is so small.
A woman with a guitar in a hospital room
The healing power of music
Music therapy has been shown to have a beneficial effect on anxiety, fatigue and pain in people with cancer.
A tree with yellow leaves and the Bell Tower in the background.
Wilkerson talks School Reform Commission appointment
As chair of the Philadelphia School Reform Commission, Joyce Wilkerson will help improve educational outcomes for local students.
 Lori Pompa talking to two men.
Inside-Out founder earns lifetime achievement award
Lori Pompa, founder of the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, won a Lifetime Achievement Award for Teaching from the American Society of Criminology.