Banned books lined up vertically
Temple researchers examine patterns of inequality in banned books
A study of banned books at Temple explores questions of representation.
September 7, 2023
Image of the Katz School.
Temple’s partnership with Cresco Labs explores cannabis’ untapped medical potential
Researchers from across Temple University are continuing to investigate cannabis as a treatment option for a variety of medical conditions.
August 10, 2023
Sarah Bauerle Bass in front of bookshelves
NIH awards grant to Temple professor to develop an app for incarcerated Philadelphia women
NIH has awarded Sarah Bauerle Bass a three-year $754,000 grant to create an app for women in prison who are at risk of HIV and opioid use disorder.
July 5, 2023
Kathy Hirsh-Pasek interacting with two young students
Temple’s Kathy Hirsh-Pasek awarded nearly $20 million from the LEGO Foundation
The grant will support the study of active playful learning in grades K-4.
Ryan Vogel and Brian Holtz pictured.
Temple study suggests dressing your best improves workplace productivity
Research from Temple faculty shows how daily clothing choices can boost workplace productivity
Temple flag pictured.
Josh Gladden named vice president for research
Josh Gladden will lead the Office of the Vice President for Research.
Jamie Payton pictured.
NSF awards Temple University and others $19.5M for artificial intelligence research in education
The award promotes equal access to education for all learners.
Haason Reddick pictured from his time as a Temple Owl.
What’s the best way for an athlete to build their brand? Lead a team to the Super Bowl
Jalen Hurts and Haason Reddick have seen their brands explode in popularity given the role they played in taking the Eagles to the Super Bowl
Bell Tower lit green pictured.
‘The Philadelphia economy was not built on the sale of championship T-shirts’
Philadelphia’s recent sport success is great for the city but does not have the economic impact that you might expect.
Researchers review data on a screen.
Temple mathematicians part of key study on AI-powered cruise control
Temple researchers are studying whether AI-equipped vehicles can contribute to better fuel efficiency and traffic relief.
Bryant Simon pictured.
Stalled progress: The history of the bathroom is a lesson in inequality
Bryant Simon to publish book that looks at the history of the public restroom
Sam Hodge pictured.
The future of medicine is artificial
Samuel Hodge’s new legal review article examines how AI in medicine could impact the legal system
Image of Iyad Obeid sitting in an engineering lab.
A new innovation network accelerates the impact of scientific discoveries
Temple has become part of the NSF I-Corps Hub Northeast Region