Image of Takeout containers of Syrian delicacies were distributed to guests of a virtual dinner.
Virtual dinner highlights the harsh realities of forced migration
Type: News Story
Temple professor organizes a virtual dinner to expand students’ understanding of global development in the face of forced migration.
January 18, 2021
Faculty of the Game: Istvan Varkonyi
Type: Accolade
Istvan Varkonyi, associate professor of German, was honored with the "Faculty of the Game" award during the Temple men's basketball game Jan. 11. The Temple men’s basketball team studied with Varkonyi while traveling and playing exhibition basketball in Europe.
January 15, 2014
Temple to launch new full-time freshman program in Harrisburg
Type: News Story
On Wednesday, Temple announced that it will launch a new full-time program of General Education courses at its Harrisburg campus. Beginning next Fall, Temple freshmen can complete their first year at Temple University Harrisburg before transitioning to Main or Ambler campus.
November 29, 2012
Virtual passport is students' online ticket to Philadelphia arts and culture
Type: News Story
The popular PEX passport, formerly a booklet of coupons that offered students free and discount admission to the city’s cultural venues, has gone virtual and is now available online to all Temple undergraduates. Launched four years ago as part of the GenEd program, the program helps students connect with Philadelphia and its rich arts and cultural scene.
September 30, 2012
Leah Stein Dance Company helps celebrate Temple's Philadelphia Experience
Type: News Story
Last Thursday, students gathered by the skate park at Cecil B. Moore Ave. to watch the Leah Stein Dance Company perform an outdoor site-specific dance piece. Sponsored by Temple’s GenEd Program, the performance was held to celebrate the city of Philadelphia as a place of learning and interaction.
March 28, 2012
New student awards to honor GenEd coursework
Type: Announcement
November 28, 2011
Bold new GenEd program debuts
Type: News Story
After five years of planning and preparation, Temple's new program for General Education — a required curriculum for all new bachelor's degree candidates at the university — debuts when classes start on Sept. 2. Commonly known as GenEd, the program replaces Temple's 22-year-old core curriculum, which was last modified in the 1990s.
August 21, 2008