Student Success

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Next stop: Fox School of Business
Nicole Bonghi, with the support of Temple facutly, has made her next stop graduate school at Temple.
April 28, 2016
A man in a wheelchair wearing his [dis]ABLE brand T-shirt.
Disabling stigmas
Through his [dis]ABLE brand, Jimmy Curran, FOX ’11, is changing the dialogue about disabilities.
April 28, 2016
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Next stop: Yale Law School
Internships with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and the Defender’s Association of Philadelphia prepared philosophy major Bill Kelly for his next stop—Yale Law School.
April 27, 2016
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Next stop: Air Force JAG
Three years at Temple’s Beasley School of Law prepared Tiffany Sykes to achieve her ultimate dream.
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Next stop: Philadelphia Union
Sport and recreation management major Brandon Johnson's experience and skills helped him secure a full-time job with the team's United Soccer League affiliate.
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Next stop: Landscape architect licensure
Landscape architecture major Liam Cleary's next stop includes a full-time position at a design firm and the birth of his second child.
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Student Commencement speaker gets a dose of Temple pride
Yanna Savkova, Class of 2016, was on the receiving end of the university’s fourth pop-up pride event.
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Next stop: Hensel Phelps | Orlando, Florida
Civil engineering major Gregory Jones is taking the leadership skills he honed at Temple to the planning and design firm Hensel Phelps.
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Next stop: Temple Law
Inspired by a Temple faculty member, strategic communication major Merideth Ketterer will attend the Beasley School of Law in the fall.
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Alumni report Temple prepared them well
Gallup conducted a survey of Temple alumni to gauge their long-term success, both at work and in life.
Two male Temple alumni working in their graphic design studio.
Impacting through design
Temple-Made Designers Jason Kernevich, TYL ’01, and Dusty Summers, TYL ’01, have created globally recognized work for Apple, Nike and Starbucks.
Brian Linton sitting among United by Blue apparel.
Preserving waterways, one sale at a time
Growing up surrounded by water in Singapore inspired Brian Linton, CLA ’08, to build an outdoor lifestyle brand with an environmental mission.
Matthew Velasquez standing in front of a window, wearing a cherry Temple sweatshirt.
Owl to appear on ‘Wheel of Fortune’
Matthew Velasquez, Class of 2019, will spin the wheel on the game show's March 30 episode.
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