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Army Corps, FEMA will discuss Sandy recovery at EarthFest
Type: News Story
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will talk with schoolchildren and others at Temple Ambler EarthFest about efforts to restore communities hit by Hurricane Sandy. The event, which will take place on Friday, April 26, will feature more than 90 exhibits and activity stations.
April 16, 2013
Legalize pot, majority of U.S. says
Type: In the Media
April 12, 2013
Criminal Justice students assist FBI, ATF with real-life intelligence analysis
Type: News Story
Graduate students in "Criminal Intelligence," a course taught by Temple criminologist Jerry Ratcliffe, are tasked with performing a real strategic intelligence assessment for either the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
April 15, 2013
Is that Facebook friend for real?
Type: In the Media
April 6, 2013
More trees and plants in cities mean less crime
Type: In the Media
April 9, 2013
Penn State trustees' campaign heats up
Type: In the Media
April 8, 2013
Murder rate down, foot patrols credited
Type: In the Media
April 5, 2013
For women living in poverty, getting ahead is a matter of trust
Type: News Story
In her forthcoming book, "Ain't No Trust: How Bosses, Boyfriends and Bureaucrats Fail Low-Income Mothers and Why it Matters," Temple sociologist Judith Levine argues that we cannot understand life in poverty without attention to the production and consequences of distrust.
April 3, 2013
Urban greening linked to lower crime rates in Philly
Type: In the Media
March 29, 2013
Does vegetation fight crime in Philadelphia?
Type: In the Media
March 27, 2013
Chinua Achebe, Africa’s voice of conscience
Type: In the Media
March 22, 2013
Sociologists lend expertise for study and story on city’s high rate of deep poverty
Type: News Story
An examination of 2009-11 Census Bureau data by the Philadelphia Inquirer and Temple Associate Professor of Sociology David Elesh revealed that Philadelphia has the highest rate of deep poverty — people with incomes below half of the poverty line — of any of the nation's 10 most populous cities.
March 21, 2013
Faculty Focus: Jerry Ratcliffe
Type: News Story
In the latest installment of the faculty profile series, Jerry Ratcliffe, chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, discusses how Temple's Center for Security and Crime Science helps Philadelphia Police.
March 20, 2013
Philadelphia worst for people in deep poverty
Type: In the Media
March 19, 2013
Census: Phila keeps growing
Type: In the Media
March 14, 2013
In Phila, reactions of joy and pride to new pope
Type: In the Media
March 14, 2013
Cardinals set date for start of papal conclave
Type: In the Media
March 8, 2013
Why teens take risks when they're with friends
Type: In the Media
February 23, 2013
Cell phone videos and the public-police relationship
Type: In the Media
March 7, 2013

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