Staff & Faculty

Ross Wang in the lab.
Temple chemistry professor wins Young Chemical Biologist Award
Chemistry professor Ross Wang has been recognized by The International Chemical Biology Society for his contributions to the field of bioorthogonal chemistry.
January 11, 2023
Marcus Bingenheimer gifting a stupa
Temple professor stores religious text in DNA in interdisciplinary approach
Thanks to Temple’s Presidential Humanities and Arts grant, a religion professor conducted multidisciplinary research on an ancient Buddhist text.
January 10, 2023
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Remembering Theresa A. Powell
Temple University remembers the life of Theresa Powell, vice president for student affairs.
January 3, 2023
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Understanding American Gun Violence Part 2: How to solve the American gun epidemic
Experts studying gun violence at Temple University explain how to eradicate the gun violence epidemic.
A graphic image of a gun with headliens about gun violence surrounding it.
Understanding American Gun Violence Part 1: The evolution of America’s relationship with firearms
Experts on gun violence from Temple University share context about America’s gun violence crisis and propose solutions to make the country a safer place.
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A Temple professor is using sports analytics to study robotic teamwork
Temple University Professor Philip Dames is using a grant from the National Science Foundation to study how robots can work together as a team.
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Gobblenomics with Temple Professor Michael Bognanno
Economics Professor Michael Bognanno discusses why despite unprecedented inflation, turkey remains a bargain for this Thanksgiving.
Chaudron Carter.
Chaudron Carter Short appointed to dual leadership positions at Temple University and Temple Health
Chaudron Carter Short serves as chair of the Department of Nursing and professor of Nursing in the College of Public Health at Temple University and senior vice president and associate chief nursing officer for Temple Health.
Hooter and the Philly Phanatic at Citizens Bank Park.
Temple experts discuss the impact of a Phillies World Series from multiple angles
Superstitions, economics, sports psychology and an untraditional anthem: four Temple researchers share their insights on the Phillies’ return to the World Series.
Jennifer Griffin pictured.
Catching up with the chief
Jennifer Griffin outlines what has her most excited for new role as VP for public safety
 Image of Carissa Harris standing in a floral-printed outfit.
‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ bring us back to medieval times. But how accurate are they?
Associate Professor of English Carissa Harris discusses why audiences enjoy medieval-like series such as The Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones.
Image of Ilya Buynevich standing in front of a building outlined in rocks
Temple geology professor becomes Fulbright scholar
Associate Professor Ilya Buynevich will teach and work on a geological research project in Estonia as part of the U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program.
An image of JFK Stadium, the Spectrum and Veterans Stadium in 1989.
40 years of historic Philadelphia photography gifted to Temple Libraries
View over 1,200 rare images of Philadelphia captured by Temple Senior Photographer Joseph V. Labolito that he donated to the University Libraries this year.