Community Relations

Community members learning to tie a tourniquet.
Program gives gunshot victims a chance at survival
Type: News Story
The program gives bystanders the skills and knowledge to provide first aid to victims gun violence.
March 2, 2016
Crowds cheering at a Temple University football game.
Temple trustees approve funding for initial designs, studies of on-campus football stadium and retail project
Type: News Story
The proposed complex aims to contribute to North Philadelphia’s growing economy and the renaissance along North Broad Street.
February 8, 2016
A child plays outside at Temple’s Earth Fest.
Temple brings ‘Urban Thinkscape’ to Philadelphia
Type: News Story
The engaged learning activities in public spaces will be a fun and engaging way to introduce math and literacy content to kids and their parents.
February 2, 2016
‘Duty calls, and somebody has to answer’
Type: News Story
As a master-level dispatcher for Temple’s Campus Safety Services, Phylicia Rosario has been recognized for her calm and helpful approach with callers.
July 23, 2015
Temple Made: MaryKate Higgins
Type: News Story
Early childhood education major MaryKate Higgins came to Temple from a small town in Pennsylvania, hungry for new experiences and a chance to make a difference. She got that and more from Temple's College of Education. Tag along as she teaches kindergarten at nearby Duckrey Elementary.
May 15, 2014
Temple Made: Tarasai A. Karega
Type: News Story
She's heard it since she was 9 years old: African-Americans don't play hockey, people tell her—and girls don't play either. But Tarasai Karega, the latest subject in our student profile series, has always defied stereotypes. Now this master's candidate in sport business has come to Philadelphia to be a role model to a new generation of urban youth.
November 27, 2013
Ballroom dancing competition at Temple aims to foster civility, social skills among elementary students
Type: News Story
More than 100 Philadelphia elementary students recently paired up for foxtrot, tango and mambo dances at the Colors of the Rainbow ballroom dancing competition, a city-wide program designed to foster confidence and self-esteem in area young people. Sponsored by Temple’s Office of Community Relations, the event was held last month in McGonigle Hall.
July 2, 2013
Temple earns a spot on the President’s Community Service Honor Roll
Type: News Story
For the fourth consecutive year, Temple has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest national recognition a college or university can receive for its overall commitment to service. The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) has administered the award since 2006.
March 25, 2013