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.
Dr. Frank Farley, Professor of Educational Psychology, was appointed President of the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict & Violence beginning August 2015.
The College of Education is pleased to introduce its Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Community Engagement. This new degree is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in child development, intercultural communication, research methods, urban education, and organization/leadership.
Through a partnership with the College of Education, Temple University will provide support to neighborhood schools and assist high school students as they prepare for college or the workforce after graduation.
Temple University has received a Transformational Planning Grant, funded by the Gates foundation, to develop new approaches for recruiting and evaluating prospective Temple students.
Dr. Henry Tisdale, President of Claflin University, was selected as the College of Education Gallery of Success inductee for 2014.