yler A. Ray stands in front of one of 14 murals inside the Church of the Advocate.
Temple senior works to preserve a neighborhood staple
February 23, 2022
Tyler A. Ray, Class of 2022, hopes to use his education to help preserve his North Philadelphia...
Temple’s Associate Vice President for Risk Management and Treasury, Lisa Zimmaro
Lisa Zimmaro is top of class in protecting our university’s assets and bringing up the next generation of risk managers
January 5, 2022
Lisa Zimmaro, LAW ’99, started her career practicing risk management in hospitals before getting a...
Temple professor Wazhmah Osman
Two Owls find a way to assist the Afghan people at the Philadelphia airport
December 14, 2021
At the end of August, the Office of the Mayor and the Office of Immigrant Affairs in Philadelphia...
A Temple flag is seen superimposed over City Hall’s William Penn statue.
A closer look at Philadelphia’s plastic bag ban
November 9, 2021
On Oct. 1, Philadelphia’s single-use plastic bag ban went into effect. This came after years of...
Timothy Welbeck, head of Temple University's Center for Anti-racism Research.
Unravelling systemic oppression through scholarship, advocacy and education
October 5, 2021
Timothy Welbeck’s extensive and diverse group of professional pursuits center around the core value...
Gabriel Kaprielian wearing a black button down shirt and black pants
Envisioning resilient cities
September 1, 2021
Gabriel Kaprielian is not a conventional professor of architecture. But maybe tradition is not what...
Temple University professor Jamie Fader
How being labeled as a superpredator has impacted a generation of Black and Hispanic men
April 20, 2021
Jamie Fader, associate professor of criminal justice, has been studying people impacted by the...
Two profiled silhouettes of two staff members talking with each other.
New professional development program builds better leaders
March 18, 2021
Following the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police last summer and the social justice...
Judith A. Levine, professor at Temple University and the director of the Public Policy Lab.
Why are women still earning less than men?
March 17, 2021
Associate Professor of Sociology Judith A. Levine directs Temple’s Public Policy Lab. Her academic...
Image of Takeout containers of Syrian delicacies were distributed to guests of a virtual dinner.
Virtual dinner highlights the harsh realities of forced migration
January 18, 2021
Students in Development and Globalization had a unique opportunity last fall to directly engage...