Student Success

Haseeb Goheer holding a soccer ball in front of a goal net.
Two goals, one game
Senior Haseeb Goheer uses his love for soccer to educate others about HIV and AIDS.
March 28, 2017
Temple med students Chris Kyper and Becky Lacayo reacting to their residency matches.
Med students learn residency placements on Match Day
Temple’s students matched with top-tier residencies across the country, including at the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins.
March 27, 2017
City Hall tower from an office window.
Law students’ work helps struggling families
A report by students in the Sheller Center’s Justice Lab clinic prompted Philadelphia officials to make a major change.
March 21, 2017
Michael Latini holding a furry red puppet.
Tyler graduate builds podium for ‘Saturday Night Live’
Michael Latini, TYL ’01, co-owns the production company that created the prop used in the show’s White House press briefing sketches.
a man and a woman working with plants in a greenhouse.
Dutch inspiration, Philly landscapes
Temple’s 2017 exhibit, "Nieuwpolders," is inspired by Dutch land reclamation and informed by practicality.
Jesse DiLaura standing on campus.
Fox graduate wants to ‘Repair U’
Your phone, that is. Inspired by Temple’s food truck culture, Jesse DiLaura wants to bring an affordable phone repair cart to campus.
The food wall on Temple’s campus and a graphic that reads “food truck battle”.
Student vlog: food truck vs. food truck
Watch Temple’s student vlogger as he and his roommate try out a couple of campus’ food trucks on the quest to find the best lunch options.
four men and a woman holding British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards.
Fox graduate’s short film on refugees wins award in Britain
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts honored Shpat Deda’s Home, which explores the refugee experience.
Titus Knox outside of Morgan Hall.
A mission of inclusion
Meet one of the students who advocated to make gender-inclusive housing an option at Temple.
Zosia Mamet and Evan Jonigkeit sitting on stage talking to an audience of students.
TV, film stars share advice on success in showbiz
Zosia Mamet of HBO’s ‘Girls’ and Evan Jonigkeit, SMC ’05, of ‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’ took the stage at Tomlinson Theater for a talk with students.
Four people’s legs as they jog on a street.
Owls land on 'Billy Penn' ‘Who’s Next Health and Fitness’ list
Three Temple alumni working to make Philadelphia a healthier, happier city garnered recognition for their innovation and dedication.
Two students pushing the race car through the engineering building.
Temple Formula Racing heads to the 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show
Engineering students work together to transport their race car from the College of Engineering building to a truck bound for the 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show.
Students working with a prosthetic hand in a classroom.
Engineering seniors design innovations to improve life
From a lighter prosthetic hand to solar energy-generating sidewalks, the latest senior design projects in the College of Engineering seek to make life easier.