Staff & Faculty

A Temple flag is seen superimposed over City Hall’s William Penn statue.
A closer look at Philadelphia’s plastic bag ban
The Office of Sustainability discusses the role of banning plastic bags and its possible impact on the environment.
November 9, 2021
Juliet Curci wearing a navy blue blouse and smiling
Helping first-generation college students succeed
Assistant Dean Juliet Curci on ways we can support our first-gen students
November 3, 2021
Sarah Bass helping at a neighborhood vaccine clinic
College of Public Health professor garners national attention
Sarah Bass honored for advancing public health communication
October 27, 2021
Temple University professor Roselyn Hsueh
The Evergrande debt crisis, explained
Political science professor Roselyn Hsueh discusses how the company’s financial problems could jeopardize the Chinese economy.
A student in silhouette walks through gates on Temple's Main Campus.
Colleges can lead hot-button issues by pushing critical thinking
President Wingard explains how the politics of cancel culture is ruining college.
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Dedicated to diversity in the workplace
Led by Leora Eisenstadt, the Center of Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture educates future business leaders about inclusivity in the workplace.
Image of the CAT’s Teaching for Equity Institute’s planning committee.
A new faculty teaching program strengthens equity and inclusion in the classroom
The program strives to create more equitable learning opportunities for a diverse group of students.
Timothy Welbeck, head of Temple University's Center for Anti-racism Research.
Unravelling systemic oppression through scholarship, advocacy and education
Timothy Welbeck’s vision for The Center for Anti-racism Research
Gabriel Kaprielian wearing a black button down shirt and black pants
Envisioning resilient cities
Tyler professor and Fulbright scholar uses digital platforms to imagine how cities can respond to climate change.
Temple university professor Charles A. Price
Untangling the controversy around critical race theory
Charles A. Price, an associate professor at the College of Education and Human Development, explains the history of and debates surrounding critical race theory.
Heath Fogg Davis standing by a staircase with a red background.
How the gender identity revolution impacts society
With the growing changes to how we identify ourselves, Heath Fogg Davis explains the ways pronouns and names influence our lives.
 Andrea Vassar wearing glasses and standing in front of a sign that is blurred.
Accessibility before and after the pandemic
Temple’s director of Disability Resources and Services talks about how returning to campus may impact students with disabilities.
Temple University professor Jenny Kowalski
Designing an experimental pathway to accessibility
Tyler’s Jenny Kowalski recently received a grant to continue her work bringing accessible design to the screen.