Commencement

Samuel Nebyu playing the violin.
Next stop: Master’s in violin performance at Boyer
Type: News Story
After four years of callused fingers and international awards, one senior is ready to push himself even further at Boyer.
May 10, 2017
Musu Davis holding and eyeing the cherry graduation gown
Decades apart, two Owls share aspirations—and a gown
Type: News Story
The regalia worn by alumna Kathleen Kies more at Commencement more than 40 years ago will be worn by another Owl Thursday.
May 10, 2017
Hope Watson holding a sign that says "Next stop: University of Cambridge".
Next stop: University of Cambridge
Type: News Story
Senior Hope Watson will continue her education to earn a master’s degree in epidemiology after graduation.
May 4, 2017
‘Soar Time’: Behind the scenes
Type: News Story
Find out more about how Assistant Professor Aaron Smith’s graduation hip-hop video came to life.
May 4, 2017
Nahla Ward standing and smiling on Temple's campus
For this Temple senior, the next step is a leap
Type: News Story
Ward has an impressive resume that has given her confidence to pursue work in entertainment.
May 3, 2017
Lei Zhao holding a sign for her next stop, Starfish Kitchen.
Next stop: Connecting China and the U.S. through consulting—and cooking
Type: News Story
Lei Zhao's consulting company landed a six-figure investment, and her cooking show has developed a strong following.
May 2, 2017
Maggie Andresen holding a sign that says "Next stop: Rwanda".
Next stop: Rwanda
Type: News Story
Watch the video to learn more about the powerful reporting senior Maggie Andresen has done locally and abroad during her time as a Temple student.
May 3, 2017
Christopher Persaud standing in front of flowering trees smiling with his arms crossed.
Lavender Graduation ceremony honors LGBTQIA Owls
Type: News Story
Senior Christopher Persaud found that at Temple his interests in gender and sexuality could be explored in an academic arena.
May 2, 2017
Eli LaBan holding up a sign that says "Fellowship in Nicaragua."
Next stop: Fellowship in Nicaragua
Type: News Story
Eli LaBan is headed to a fellowship in Nicaragua, where he’ll continue a project he started in 2016 to preserve endangered languages.
May 2, 2017
Courtney Banks holding a sign that says "Next stop: Santa Fe Opera."
Next stop: Santa Fe Opera
Type: News Story
One graduating theater major reminds students to not forget to have fun.
May 1, 2017
Tammy Barlet holding a sign that says "Next stop: Student Veterans of America."
Next stop: Student Veterans of America
Type: News Story
Public health major Tammy Barlet knows that with hard work you can achieve even the most challenging goals.
May 1, 2017
Andy Lee holding a sign that says "Next stop: postdoc at Harvard School of Dental Medicine."
Next stop: Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Type: News Story
During his time at Temple, a graduating student from the Kornberg School of Dentistry learned the value of giving.
May 1, 2017
Next stop: Stanford University
Type: News Story
Jones has some advice for Temple science students: "reject complacency."
May 1, 2017
Students wearing caps and gowns
Former Eagles Coach Dick Vermeil and public service champion Estelle Richman to receive honorary degrees
Type: News Story
Vermeil and former secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Estelle Richman will receive honorary degrees.
April 10, 2017
Members of Temple's Class of 2016 wearing Commencement caps and gowns.
Temple celebrates its 129th Commencement
Type: News Story
The Class of 2016 reflected on the power of hard work, partnerships and perseverance.
May 6, 2016
Football player Tyler Matakevich being interviewed by sports network ESPN.
Next stop: Pittsburgh Steelers
Type: News Story
The American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year earned a spot in the National Football League.
May 5, 2016
A woman in a white lab coat standing in a research laboratory.
Next stop: MD/PhD program at MUSC
Type: News Story
Biology major and CST student Commencement speaker Yongjoo (Jennifer) Cho is following her dream of being a medical scientist.
May 5, 2016
A Commencement cap that reads “Thanks for the memories.”
All about Temple’s diverse and dynamic Class of 2016
Type: News Story
More than 9,300 students―who range in age from 20 to 74―comprise Temple University's graduating class.
May 5, 2016
A blond woman holding books on Liacouras Walk.
Class of 2016 boasts Temple’s first Fly in 4 graduates
Type: News Story
By combining the credits they earned at Temple with their credits from previous institutions, two transfer students become the first to complete the program.
May 4, 2016
Amrita is starting an orthodontic residency at Temple.
Next stop: Orthodontic residency
Type: News Story
Doctor of Dentistry student Amrita Bhan will continue her studies at Temple through a two-year orthodontic residency.
May 4, 2016
A woman with brown hair holding a sign that reads LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc.
Next stop: Graphic design at LEAF Commercial Capital
Type: News Story
Advertising major Meredith Hebert worked with an advisor in the Academic Resource Center to find her path at Temple, which resulted in her next stop as a graphic designer.
May 3, 2016
A man in a red tie standing in front of Temple University’s Alter Hall.
Next stop: Wall Street
Type: News Story
Outgoing Temple Student Government President Ryan Rinaldi is taking his leadership skills from Broad Street to Wall Street.
May 2, 2016
A man in a gray suit holding a sign that reads finance at New York Life.
Next stop: New York Life
Type: News Story
Political science major Taylor Ray parlayed the critical thinking skills he cultivated at Temple into a job as a wealth management consultant.
May 2, 2016
A woman in an Air Force uniform and glasses standing before the Bell Tower.
Next stop: Air Force JAG
Type: News Story
Three years at Temple’s Beasley School of Law prepared Tiffany Sykes to achieve her ultimate dream.
April 27, 2016
 man in a blue shirt standing between two buildings on Temple’s Main Campus.
Next stop: Yale Law School
Type: News Story
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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