College of Public Health

Meredith Kearney holding a Temple Made for sign
Temple peer educator pursues passion for health education
Type: News Story
While at Temple, public health major Meredith Kearney realized a career path in health education.
April 17, 2024
Temple University shines in 2024 U.S. News & World Report’s graduate school rankings
Type: News Story
Significant strides were made in law and public health programs.
April 17, 2024
Kornberg School of Dentistry receives NIH funding to study periodontal disease progression
Type: News Story
The $3.6 million grant promotes interdisciplinary collaboration
January 17, 2024
Antonio Matias Buenga in an anatomy lab on Main Campus
International student’s dream to help his country starts at Temple
Type: News Story
Antonio Matias Buenga enrolled in Temple’s Center for American Language and Culture in 2021 before matriculating to the nursing program in fall 2023.
November 28, 2023
Jennifer Ibrahim standing at a podium
A new dean named for the College of Public Health and School of Social Work
Type: News Story
Jennifer Ibrahim will begin her new role on Aug. 1.
July 27, 2023
Sarah Bauerle Bass in front of bookshelves
NIH awards grant to Temple professor to develop an app for incarcerated Philadelphia women
Type: News Story
NIH has awarded Sarah Bauerle Bass a three-year $754,000 grant to create an app for women in prison who are at risk of HIV and opioid use disorder.
July 5, 2023
McKenna Burkhardt holding a sign that says "My Big Future: Paramedic and Lieutenant"
Temple graduate today, paramedic tomorrow: Health professions senior joins the National Guard
Type: News Story
Temple senior McKenna Burkhardt is joining the National Guard as a lieutenant after graduation.
May 30, 2023
Grace Ratkey holding a sign that says My big future: Ending homelessness
From classroom to community: Social work and criminal justice senior lands role with nonprofit fighting homelessness
Type: News Story
Temple senior Grace Ratkey will use her social work and criminal justice degrees to help unhoused people in Boston.
May 8, 2023
Stock of Owl statue pictured.
Temple’s Violence Reduction Task Force releases report and recommendations
Type: News Story
The Violence Reduction Task Force has released recommendations to help address the gun violence epidemic.
December 12, 2022
Rendering of Paley Hall pictured.
Renovated Paley Hall set to become ‘signature piece’ of Temple’s campus
Type: News Story
Construction set to begin this spring on the renovation and reimagination of Paley Hall.
November 18, 2022
Chaudron Carter.
Chaudron Carter Short appointed to dual leadership positions at Temple University and Temple Health
Type: News Story
Chaudron Carter Short serves as chair of the Department of Nursing and professor of Nursing in the College of Public Health at Temple University and senior vice president and associate chief nursing officer for Temple Health.
October 31, 2022
Image of Jeni Stolow posing in front of a gray background
That time of the month: The harm of menstrual inequity and not talking openly about your period
Type: News Story
Assistant Professor of Instruction Jeni Stolow discusses the harm of menstrual inequity and not talking about your period.
January 26, 2022
 Image of PhD student at the College of Engineering, Jordan Langston.
Temple PhD students receive prestigious F31 research grants
Type: News Story
Doctoral students begin their Ruth L. Kirschstein National Institutes of Health research fellowships.
January 10, 2022
Image of Assistive Technology Specialist Alanna Raffel working in the Ritter Annex lab.
Occupational therapy students team up with TechOWL to create adaptive technology designs for disability community
Type: News Story
Their aim is to make the world a more accessible place for everyone.
December 8, 2021
Students participate in a candlelight vigil on Main Campus.
Temple remembers the lives of five Owls with a candlelight vigil
Type: News Story
Students Samuel Collington, Katherine Keleman, Matthew Melendez, James Peterman and April Rochester passed away during the semester.
December 8, 2021
Sophia Gulotti is one of the only two female cadets in the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) who is also a student-athlete at Temple.
How Temple’s only two female student-athlete Army ROTC cadets balance college life
Type: News Story
Juniors McKenna Burkhardt and Sophia Gulotti explain how they balance college life being the only two female student-athlete Army ROTC cadets at Temple.
November 9, 2021
Sarah Bass helping at a neighborhood vaccine clinic
College of Public Health professor garners national attention
Type: News Story
Sarah Bass honored for advancing public health communication
October 27, 2021
Image of students with the Temple President and Independence Health Group CEO.
Independence Blue Cross and Temple collaborate on a new scholarship program for nursing students
Type: News Story
The program creates a direct pathway from high school to college and nursing for students of color.
October 14, 2021
President Wingard in black suit speaking at a podium
Temple’s new collaboration with Independence Blue Cross Foundation draws media attention
Type: News Story
Collaboration with Independence Blue Cross Foundation makes headlines.
October 13, 2021
Students on Main Campus.
Meet Temple’s inaugural cohort of Cecil B. Moore Scholars
Type: News Story
The Scholars are the first to be selected for a new program that bridges the gap between high school and college for students in North Philadelphia.
September 8, 2021
A young woman crosses the street in Center City.
New Temple program helps unpaid interns
Type: News Story
Unpaid Internship Stipend Program gives students the opportunity to pursue unpaid internships while building their skills.
September 2, 2021
Image of a student at work in Charles Library.
‘Pandemic brain’ is making it harder for us to focus
Type: News Story
The pandemic has altered the way our brains function, making it harder for us to concentrate.
July 20, 2021
Temple student Jasmine Dantzler
Owl Ambassador helps and inspires others
Type: News Story
Student Jasmine Dantzler has positioned herself as a role model for prospective Temple students.
April 22, 2021
Temple women's fencing head coach Nikki Franke
A balanced life: Nikki Franke, 'fencing legend'
Type: News Story
Nearly half a century after becoming the first Black woman to coach an NCAA fencing team, Temple’s Nikki Franke is still fueled by the joy of mentorship.
March 26, 2021
Temple student Daniel Costello
College of Public Health student discovers opportunity amidst the pandemic
Type: News Story
Temple student Daniel Costello is finding new and unique ways to explore public health during the coronavirus pandemic.
March 4, 2021