Temple teams up with Councilman Curtis Jones in a summer for urban youth to experience at Boathouse Row.
August 22, 2023
Temple’s TechOWL at the Institute on Disabilities hosts a two-week residential program assisting and encouraging young adults using communication for nonspeakers.
August 8, 2023
Temple students give back through the Supervision to Aid Reentry (STAR) program.
June 21, 2023
Learn the history of the job fair event that typically draws over 1,000 job seekers and 100 employers a year.
The young artists’ Restorative Wounds art exhibit is on view at Philadelphia’s City Hall though July 15.
Members from Temple University athletics teams, the Office of Sustainability and the Office of Community Affairs and Engagement joined forces for the university's annual citywide cleanup in April.
In a new PBS film series, Lynn Novick, a prominent film producer, examines America's response to the Holocaust and draws connections to the current global rise of authoritarianism. Novick's reflections offer important insights into history and responsibility.
Temple continues its mission to make careers in computing fields more accessible to underrepresented groups.
A new $1.7 million grant allows Temple to lead a collaboration on a violence prevention program for at-risk youth.
For decades, Temple has hosted the Carver Science Fair, which celebrates young scientists throughout Philadelphia and gives them an opportunity to present STEM projects across disciplines.
Jazmin Evans, a Temple University graduate student, is not letting kidney disease keep her from achieving her goals.
TechOWL, Pennsylvania’s designated Assistive Technology Act program, has received a $500,000 grant to create a community space in North Philadelphia.
The clinic will provide preventative oral care to students at the William D. Kelley School.