Temple in the news

A spread of several New York Times newspapers.
Experts tally unprecedented appearances in ‘New York Times’
Type: News Story
More than ever, Temple faculty members are being quoted in the pages of ‘The New York Times’ on issues ranging from the election of President Donald Trump to the mysteries of the teen brain.
February 15, 2017
Four people’s legs as they jog on a street.
Owls land on 'Billy Penn' ‘Who’s Next Health and Fitness’ list
Type: News Story
Three Temple alumni working to make Philadelphia a healthier, happier city garnered recognition for their innovation and dedication.
February 7, 2017
Marvin DeBose looking out over a neighborhood in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Resident director shares his story in 'Philadelphia Inquirer'
Type: News Story
Marvin DeBose shared the story of a transformative trip to South Africa in the newspaper’s Black History Month series.
February 7, 2017
Paintbrushes and a woman painting in the background.
Philly’s art scene powered by Temple
Type: News Story
Graduates of the College of Liberal Arts and the Tyler School of Art are influencing the city’s art scene.
October 10, 2016
Assistant Professor of Religion Elizabeth Hayes Alvarez.
Professor on communication in a culturally diverse classroom
Type: News Story
Assistant Professor of Religion Elizabeth Hayes Alvarez wrote a piece on diversity and class discussion for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
September 26, 2016
Naomi Rosenberg talking to a group of medical students.
Handle with care
Type: News Story
In an essay published in "The New York Times," Naomi Rosenberg, a Temple Hospital physician, reflects on the unique emotional challenges doctors face in the emergency department.
September 20, 2016
Morgan Hall.
Temple professor on FiveThirtyEight: Why college tuition keeps going up
Type: News Story
The primary culprit isn’t fancy buildings or employee salaries. It’s declining state funding.
September 16, 2016
A political candidate eating a cheesesteak in Philadelphia.
SMC professor talks food, photo-ops and politicians
Type: News Story
When politicians pose with food, they’re attempting to connect with local communities.
July 19, 2016