Human Development and Community Engagement
Many students want to make a difference in children’s lives in other ways besides being a teacher. Our new B.S. in Human Development and Community Engagement provides the training needed to understand the factors that impede or facilitate the cognitive, social, and physical development of children, particularly in urban communities.
Meixia Ding, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in the College of Education at Temple University was selected as a recipient of a National Science Foundation Career Award. Ding will serve as Principal Investigator for the five-year, $588,865 award titled "CAREER: Algebraic Knowledge for Teaching: A Cross-cultural Perspective." Ding was selected as recipient of this award by the National Science Foundation Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL).
Dr. Frank Farley,
A Temple University Mentor Teacher at KIPP Philadelphia Elementary Academy has won a national teaching award.
The College of Education at Temple University will host a symposium promoting college access through University, Corporate, and Civic partnerships and creating pathways to increase completion for low-income and underrepresented students in post-secondary education.