student awards

Maryam Hallaj sitting on a studio table in the architecture building.
Seeking refuge, Syria to Temple
Type: News Story
Temple student uses her life experience and training to inspire a career in architecture.
August 16, 2016
Scholarship program helps make college affordable for Temple students in need
Type: News Story
For the past 35 years, students have benefited from Temple's partnership with the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust, a private foundation that has awarded the university more than $14.9 million to support medical research and undergraduate scholarships.
August 14, 2013
PECO scholarship program helps blaze trail for high potential students with financial challenges
Type: News Story
The PECO Scholars Program awards $25,000 to students who demonstrate a high degree of academic achievement and leadership potential but who still have unmet financial need. In coordination with Temple’s Russell Conwell Center, the program has identified and awarded scholarships to 36 students since its inception three years ago.
May 9, 2013
For biology senior, Carver Science Fair Scholarship made Temple a reality
Type: News Story
Hung Luong's visit to yesterday's 34th annual George Washington Carver Science Fair was a sort of homecoming. Five years ago, the Temple senior biology major was named the third recipient of the Temple University/George Washington Carver Science Fair Academic Tuition Scholarship, $2,500 awards presented to students who place first or second among the 11th grade fair participants.
March 12, 2013
'Wilde' exhibit takes major awards at Philadelphia Flower Show
Type: News Story
Temple’s 2013 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit, “WILDE! Cultivating wonder in everyday places” was awarded The Alfred M. Campbell Memorial Trophy, given to the “Educational major exhibit that demonstrates the most successful use of a variety of plants in a unique fashion,” and a PHS Special Achievement Award.
March 11, 2013
Temple alumnus wins Oscar for film editing
Type: News Story
Veteran film editor and Temple alumnus William Goldenberg won an Academy Award for "Best Film Editing" from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony Sunday at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Goldenberg was also nominated for "Zero Dark Thirty." The two films were his third and fourth Academy Award nominations.
February 25, 2013
Top 10 tips on applying for Financial Aid
Type: News Story
Temple experts Craig Fennell, director of Student Financial Services (SFS), and David Glezerman, assistant vice president and bursar, offer tips for students on applying for financial aid.
January 22, 2013
Temple's top 2012 news stories
Type: News Story
It was a busy year for Temple. In the final week of December, the university's official Twitter feed, @TempleUniv, counted down the top 10 Temple-related news stories of 2012. View a recap, including links to featured stories and videos, at the university's online news center.
January 2, 2013
Temple joins Brazil-U.S. Partnership for the 21st Century
Type: News Story
Temple has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Brazilian Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education committing to host more Brazilian study abroad students at Temple through Brazil’s Science Without Borders Program. The document was signed at a conference hosted by the Government of Brazil at the U.S.
April 12, 2012
Film edited by Temple grad student earns Oscar nomination
Type: News Story
Hell and Back Again, a film edited by film and media arts graduate student Fiona Otway, earned an Oscar nomination for best documentary. The film follows 25-year-old Sgt. Nathan Harris as he tries to makes the difficult transition back into everyday life after experiencing the brutality of war.
January 24, 2012