Temple’s Office of Disability Resources and Services has launched Career Gateway, a new program at Temple geared toward helping students and recent graduates with disabilities gain employment.
June 25, 2015
Five years since the ProRanger program was established, students continue to obtain paid summer internships that lead to full-time positions as park rangers.
June 22, 2015
Touting students as the university’s greatest asset, Temple's new Hire an Owl marketing campaign appeals directly to potential employers.
June 18, 2015
Sara Gallo, an MFA student in the Tyler School of Art, designs jewelry that has landed in the March and April 2015 issues of 'Vogue' magazine.
Through a one-year fellowship, Tyler School of Art doctoral student Agnes Szymanska is engaging in research and curation at Manhattan’s world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art.
On April 15, PECO awarded scholarships to 14 Temple students studying STEM-related disciplines this year. The individual grants are presented to students who demonstrate a high degree of academic achievement and potential.
In the weeks leading up to Temple's 128th annual Commencement exercises, Temple Today has been profiling select degree candidates from across the university and featuring their stories on the Temple website. View a complete list of the 2015 Commencement profiles.
Temple University’s Office of Student Affairs presented its annual Diamond Awards to 24 graduating students last month.
No matter what their next stops may be, members of Temple University's Class of 2015 are on-the-go and conquering the world. Watch the video to find out where these Owls are headed following Commencement.
Nick Gomberg and Matt Wallace, Class of 2015, share the same major and the same disability. Proving that blindness is not a barrier to success, they hosted a long-running TUTV sports talk show throughout their undergraduate careers and will celebrate together at Temple's 2015 Commencement.
Alexandra Forcucci, a Temple gymnast, will take her routine to AIG’s global headquarters as a commercial property underwriting analyst upon receiving her degree in Spanish and Risk Management and Insurance.
After receiving her degree in environmental studies from the School of Environmental Design, Katherine Ament will begin an internship at the Burpee Seed Company Trial Gardens in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
After graduation, Arthur Dennis will follow his passion to improve opportunities for urban youth by joining Teach for America and teaching English in a Chicago high school.