Campus News

an illustrated copy of the Emancipation Proclamation
Understanding Juneteenth with the Blockson Collection
Explore Juneteenth through artifacts found at the Blockson Collection.
June 16, 2021
Image of the cherry and white Temple ‘T’ flag outside of Sullivan Hall on Main Campus.
What we learned during the first phase of Flying Further
The first phase of the strategic planning process is complete and Steering Committee co-chairs Cindy Leavitt and Dan Berman share what they learned.
June 16, 2021
Dean Daly smiling in his white coat
Remembering John M. Daly
The Temple community celebrated the life of Katz Dean John Daly at a series of gatherings.
June 16, 2021
Image of flowers on Charles Library's green roof.
Temple Health cares for patients by tackling their social needs and more stories featuring Temple in the media
Owls were nominated to serve on district courts, while students met the challenges of an unusual academic year.
Temple University President-elect Jason Wingard smiling on Temple’s Main Campus.
Historic presidential appointment reverberates through media
Jason Wingard’s appointment as Temple’s next president has generated both local and national headlines.
Temple flag flying on campus.
Welcoming Temple’s next president
Jason Wingard will serve as the university’s 12th president.
President-elect Wingard standing on Temple's Main Campus
Temple University names Dr. Jason Wingard as next president
As the university’s 12th president, Dr. Wingard will bring a combination of academic accomplishments and real-world experience to the role.
President-elect Wingard in conversation with members of the Temple community
Temple meets its next president
President-elect Jason Wingard revealed three themes that will drive his administration.
 The façade of Temple University Hospital.
Temple Hospital named most racially inclusive hospital in PA, one of the most racially inclusive in the U.S.
A nonpartisan healthcare think tank reviewed hospitals nationwide to determine how successful they are at serving people of color living in their communities.
An image from Diploma Project
A Tyler tradition: “Diploma Project” is an annual special gift for graduating art and architecture students
Feminist media artist and Temple graduate Angela Washko collaborated with Tyler students to create this year’s class gift.
Giant corpse flowers at Temple Ambler.
Photo gallery: Temple Ambler’s giant corpse flowers
A close look at the two rare “Amorphophallus titanum” plants.
Ben Snyder among plants in the Ambler Greenhouse.
What's the big stink: nine things to know about the giant corpse flower
Temple horticulturist Ben Snyder shares interesting facts about this unique and rare plant species.
One large and one small corpse flower prepare to bloom.
Rare flowers prepare to unfurl at Temple Ambler
Find out how you can see Temple Ambler’s rare corpse flowers blossom.