Staff & Faculty
Jackie Hankins-Kent won an Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, the third-highest honor that can be awarded to a civilian in the U.S. military.
September 5, 2018
Joan Hankins’ Temple roots are deep: She grew up minutes from the university and began working there when she was 17.
June 26, 2018
Dorothy Johnson is one of Temple’s longest-tenured employees, having worked at the university for 61 years on Main Campus and at the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry.
June 11, 2018
Ram Mudambi’s research shows that Detroit is a leader in innovation due to its strong relationships with global knowledge hotspots in the auto industry.
Two Temple professors, Jeremy Schipper and Mark Franko, recently won Guggenheim Fellowships to pursue academic research.
Twelve faculty members from disciplines across the university are being recognized for their work.
David Glezerman is the first recipient of a national award for student financial services.
In honor of Women’s History Month, get to know some powerful women at Temple who are innovators and trailblazers in their fields.
David Kairys represented the family of CIA scientist Frank Olson, who died mysteriously after the agency admitted to drugging him with LSD.
The new professors have joined 14 of Temple’s schools and colleges, with the most going to the College of Liberal Arts and the Fox School of Business.
The tool developed by Professor John Nosek and his colleagues also holds potential for brain injury and intellectual disability therapies.
Jeff Martoff and his team will work to answer the No. 1 question facing astrophysicists today: What is dark matter?
Larry Atkins’ book offers a guide to advocacy journalism and how to identify trustworthy sources of information.