Campus News

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The Department of Public Safety steps up foot patrols with new initiative
Temple’s Department of Public Safety’s ‘Park and Walks’ encourages officers to step out of their vehicles and have more interactions with the Temple Community 
October 4, 2023
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Join the Temple community at Homecoming & Family Weekend 2023
This year’s Homecoming & Family Weekend features a full week of student and alumni events.
October 4, 2023
Black drapes were hung around Temples campus in honor of Joanne A. Epps.
Celebrating the life of President JoAnne A. Epps
President JoAnne A. Epps was honored and remembered during a heartfelt celebration of life ceremony on Sept. 29, 2023.
September 29, 2023
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Richard M. Englert is appointed as president
Chancellor Richard M. Englert appointed as president of Temple University as search for permanent president continues.
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The media and community honor the legacy and leadership of President JoAnne A. Epps
Media and community members paid tribute to President JoAnne A. Epps across news and social outlets.
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More than 1,000 attend vigil honoring President JoAnne A. Epps
Temple officials reflect on President JoAnne A. Epps’ legacy.
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New digital lab offers high-tech training for dental students
The Kornberg School of Dentistry’s new digital lab provides opportunities for high-tech dental training.
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Temple makes big move in US News “Best Colleges“ ranking following revisions to methodology
Temple earns its highest ranking ever in this year’s U.S. News & World Report rankings
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Temple University Public Safety updates TUalerts messaging system with color-coded emails
Temple University’s new color-coded safety alert emails will improve student and parents’ awareness about on-campus emergencies, according to Vice President for Public Safety Jennifer Griffin
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Temple raises $100 million-plus for fourth straight year
Temple’s fundraising reaches record levels for the fourth straight year
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These 11 Temple University violence reduction programs are enhancing safety in Philadelphia
Temple has focused on studying violence and developing programs that are making Philadelphia a safer place.
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Temple releases Safety Initiatives Dashboard
Safety recommendations can now be tracked through Temple’s new online dashboard.
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Summer 2023 brought new changes to Temple
A look back at some of most impactful stories from Temple University during the summer of 2023.