Staff & Faculty

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Higher ed must change or die
President Wingard discusses how colleges and universities must make drastic changes to ensure that they are still able to offer the historic value proposition that has always come from higher education.
August 17, 2022
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Temple law expert addresses legal ramifications of Roe vs. Wade decision
Rachel Rebouché highlights looming issues related to medical abortions.
July 1, 2022
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Temple experts remain committed to anti-racism work ahead of Juneteenth 2022
Temple faculty members Timothy Welbeck and Gregory Urwin discuss the impact that recent events have had on the topic of race in their fields.
June 15, 2022
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Temple thought leaders lend their voices to national conversation surrounding Roe v. Wade
Temple faculty completed nearly 20 media interviews this week discussing the ramifications of overturning Roe v. Wade
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Meet 5 Temple professors who teach and research gender, sexuality and women’s studies
Here are five professors at Temple who teach courses and conduct research on gender, sexuality and women’s studies.
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Jazz trumpeter Terell Stafford is focused on mentoring the next generation of musicians
Temple professor Terell Stafford’s career has included a Grammy award, chart-topping albums and collaborations with jazz greats.
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Temple faculty weigh in on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation
Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Black woman to be nominated and confirmed to the Supreme Court. Temple faculty provide context.
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Temple faculty honored for excellent teaching, research, creative achievement and service
Temple honors its teachers and scholars for their achievements in teaching, research, service and creativity with this year’s faculty awards.
How would a paid maternity leave policy benefit families?
A paid family leave policy would benefit not just birthing mothers and their children, but fathers and adoptive parents.
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Karyn Olivier reveals Black history through her art
The Temple University professor reflects on a career of examining and celebrating Black history through her work.
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Library exhibit highlights staff picks from various collections
Charles Library’s Special Collections Research Center staff selected material for the What’s Great, New, Next? exhibit.
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Mary E. Burke named vice president for institutional advancement
An accomplished development professional, Burke will lead fundraising and philanthropic programs.
Studying abroad opened doors for Fox graduate
Alicia Arendt credits her study abroad experiences for her successful career on the international stage.