inclusion

Roger Ideishi standing in the middle of a museum exhibit
The art of inclusion
Type: News Story
Roger Ideishi travels across the U.S. to help ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to cultural experiences.
September 13, 2017
Titus Knox outside of Morgan Hall.
A mission of inclusion
Type: News Story
Meet one of the students who advocated to make gender-inclusive housing an option at Temple.
February 15, 2017
Several students sitting together in a residence hall room.
Temple offers gender-inclusive housing option
Type: News Story
Gender-inclusive housing options will allow students to share a suite or apartment regardless of gender identity, biological sex or sexual orientation.
February 10, 2017
Roger Ideishi smiling and sitting in a chair.
Inclusive arts, inclusive communities
Type: News Story
Roger Ideishi of Temple’s College of Public Health is helping arts organizations rethink inclusion. Some of his recent work occurred in Flint, Michigan.
December 2, 2016
Thomas Edwards standing in front of a chalkboard with his arms crossed.
Supporting autism in the workplace
Type: News Story
Engineering professor explores with his students how to best manage individuals on the autism spectrum in the workplace.
November 30, 2016
Mark Salzer standing in front of rowhomes.
Supporting inclusion and success for all faculty
Type: News Story
Temple’s Mark Salzer researched how aware faculty with mental health issues are of the accommodations and support systems available at their institutions.
October 27, 2016
Renee Kirby sitting at a large table smiling.
Access and success for all
Type: News Story
Renee Kirby is honored for her relentless dedication to disability inclusion at Temple.
October 3, 2016