The Philadelphia skyline at sunset.
NFL drafts Philly
Type: News Story
Associate Professor Jeremy Jordan talked to local media about the sizable economic impact the NFL draft will bring to the city.
September 2, 2016
Nyron Crawford wearing a suit and tie with bookshelves in the background.
Citizenship is more than voting, political science professor says
Type: News Story
Nyron Crawford, assistant professor of political science, was inspired by his upbringing to try to understand how public policy shapes people’s lives.
August 30, 2016
A Temple researcher working in a lab
An elevated research profile
Type: News Story
Temple jumps 11 spots to No. 18 in a new worldwide ranking of Google Scholar citations.
September 1, 2016
Two students waiting for a train at Temple University’s SEPTA Regional Rail Station as a train passes by.
Temple professor demystifies traffic jams
Type: News Story
A Temple mathematician has the answers to the unexpected standstills that occur on highways every day.
August 26, 2016
Temple students on an MSNBC set with banners and Temple t-shirts.
Owls shine in media spotlight during conventions
Type: News Story
From appearing live on national TV to reporting on the convention for faraway news outlets, Temple Owls shone in the media spotlight during the DNC.
August 2, 2016
Morgan Hall and the Philadelphia skyline at sunset.
Temple faculty on how to spend 36 hours in Philadelphia
Type: News Story
Two professors from the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management give their insider tips for the ultimate short visit.
July 20, 2016
Professor Miriam Solomon wearing a blue shirt and gray jacket.
Philosophy: asking life’s toughest questions
Type: News Story
Miriam Solomon, professor and chair of philosophy within the College of Liberal Arts, explains the critical role philosophy plays in making ethical decisions across a variety of fields.
November 6, 2015
Professor Karen Turner poses with a basketball in the Liacouras Center.
GratiTUesday: Karen M. Turner
Type: News Story
Faculty donor established a scholarship to spur projects on diversity.
November 10, 2015
New faculty hires accelerate Temple’s momentum
Type: News Story
Temple University’s rise as one of the nation’s premier urban public research universities has taken another leap forward with the arrival of 57 outstanding new tenured and tenure-track faculty members for the 2014-2015 academic year.
September 23, 2014
Provost announces more than 700 faculty receive merit awards
Type: Announcement
Provost Hai-Lung Dai has announced faculty merit awards for 2013 recognizing outstanding performance in teaching and instruction, research, scholarship and creative activity and/or in university service, or service to the profession or discipline. A record number of merit awards totaling 2,056 units of $600 each will be distributed to almost 700 individual faculty members.
June 5, 2013
Stroke couldn't stop Boyer dance professor from teaching, choreography, drawing
Type: News Story
In 2008, a stroke left Boyer dance professor Philip Grosser unable to read, write or speak — so he turned to drawing. After intensive speech therapy, Grosser was able to return to choreography and teaching, and now he has published a new book of art.
October 25, 2012