Roger Ideishi travels across the U.S. to help ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to cultural experiences.
September 13, 2017
Semifinalists in an international competition to create a mobile app to increase adult literacy are testing their educational tools at Temple.
September 11, 2017
To fight staggering disparities in drowning rates among African American children, Angela Beale started an aquatic education program at Temple.
September 1, 2017
This year, Temple University’s Welcome Wagon events have a notable addition: a recycling bin giveaway—with custom numbering—for off-campus residential students.
The station will provide more opportunities for communication between officers and the community at-large.
The project at Temple’s Kornberg School of Dentistry will improve access to care for underserved children by creating community-based rotations and enhancing training.
The College Bound Academy gives youth a chance to see what college is like and explore career paths.
Chera Kowalski, CLA ’07, a librarian at McPherson Square Library, is making headlines for helping fight the heroin epidemic.
Amy Goldberg and Scott Charles teach more than 1,000 people each year about the realities of gun violence.
Temple University’s Chairman’s Scholarship was established in collaboration with George Washington Carver High School of Engineering and Science.
Blockson received the award, a nearly 100-year-old honor, for his service of the community through his work as a historian.
An Office of Human Resources initiative helps connect the community with employment opportunities through special events.
Through generous donations and volunteer work, Global Days of Service and Temple Toast were cheers-worthy events. See how much money was raised and learn more about some of the projects the Temple community supported.