The bioengineers-in-training are creating a device intended to help physicians place chest tubes more accurately, improving patient outcomes.
November 20, 2019
The Joyce K. Salzberg Center for Professional Development will support liberal arts’ students in their future careers.
November 20, 2019
Several of the alumni honored as Temple’s 30 Under 30 made a visit to campus last week to accept their awards.
October 11, 2019
Kamali Thompson graduated from the College of Science and Technology in 2012 and has since moved on to pursue a career in the medical field—while training to make the 2020 Olympics at the same time.
For students of all disciplines and learning styles, the Student Success Center offers a suite of academic programs tailored to facilitate academic achievement.
Temple students and graduates will travel around the world to pursue various ventures with their Fulbright Awards.
A Temple University student has been named a 2019 Goldwater Scholar for stellar academic merit and research excellence.
A bioengineering student launched products for cancer and trichotillomania.
After graduation, Ashton Dunkley will research Native American history through the University of Minnesota’s doctoral program in American studies.
Cassie Semyon became a viral sensation as an NBC News intern. Now, she’s launching her TV career in her hometown.
Metastatic breast cancer was no match for 2019 graduate Annette Cruz’s determination—she’ll earn a degree alongside her daughter this month.
Graduating senior Radin Bonakdar is a step closer to achieving his goal of becoming a dentist, following in his mother’s footsteps.
Temple University undergraduate Ellis Hay’s attention to detail is an invaluable skill in composing music and crossword puzzles.