Johanna Jarcho at the Temple University Brain Research and Imaging Center
Swipe left or right: New study examines social anxiety in adolescents
Johanna Jarcho and her team have been awarded over $3.7 million from the National Institute of Mental Health to study social anxiety in adolescents.
February 28, 2024
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Post #MeToo movement, new study finds the sport industry still has work to do
Women who work in sports continue to be sexually harassed at disproportionate numbers, study finds
February 27, 2024
Ollie Goss in the makerspace
Temple University Libraries launches new Makerspace Residency program
This new initiative supports the development of research and creative projects.
February 16, 2024
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What makes the Super Bowl so super?
Temple faculty members Jennifer Freeman and Bryant Simon discuss why the Super Bowl continues to be so super year after year.
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STHM study shows how Black college athletes alter self-presentation to avoid biases
Black college athletes often alter their self-presentation, study finds
Professor Sudhir Kumar at the white board teaching a small seminar class
3 Temple professors earn global recognition for research impact
Professors Criner, Kumar and Pond have been honored as “Highly Cited Researchers” by Clarivate, a global leader in data and analytics across the research, tech and innovation industries.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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Temple study suggests dressing your best improves workplace productivity
Research from Temple faculty shows how daily clothing choices can boost workplace productivity
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Josh Gladden named vice president for research
Josh Gladden will lead the Office of the Vice President for Research.
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NSF awards Temple University and others $19.5M for artificial intelligence research in education
The award promotes equal access to education for all learners.