“I had the opportunity to be a part of cohort with extremely intelligent and progressive thinking students and staff as well as having amazing English Education professors that focused on instituting lessons, teaching practices and philosophies.”
Kathleen Kies, EDU ’75, graciously gifts her doctoral regalia to an exceptional Temple University student.
Dan Campbell, EDU ’11, frontman of the band The Wonder Years, shaped his songwriting perspective at Temple.
College of Education alumnus, Matt Cahill, feared he would never graduate from high school because he found it so hard to read. Now as a teacher, he is on a mission to improve the lives of children with learning disabilities.
Dan Baker, '72 has announced more than 3,600 games, including five World Series; was inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame; and is the longest-tenured public address announcer currently working in Major League Baseball. In a world without Temple, game days in Philadelphia wouldn’t sound the same.
Erskine Glover, EDU '96, a Newark school principal and some of his school's staff members will be heading to the White House Tuesday for a celebration of their work and that of other top educators. Glover earned a Master in Education from the College of Education at Temple University in 1996.
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, host of BET News, political contributor for CNN, and Distinguished Professor of African American Studies at Morehouse College has been named the College of Education's May 2016 Commencement Speaker. Dr. Hill holds a B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education from Temple University.
Ken Acker, EDU ’89, is the latest Owl to be surprised with cherry-and-white cheer.
College of Education alumna Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University was ranked the most publicly influential education scholar in the 2016 Rick Hess Straight Up Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings published by Education Week. Review the rankings here. Dr. Darling-Hammond earned a PhD in Urban Education from Temple University. Also included in the rankings, is College of Education alumnus Marc Lamont Hill.