Kal, EDU ’57, and Lucille Rudman have made a second transformative gift in support of TUTV-Temple University Television.
Removed from the daily rhythm of university life, Temple donors rarely have a chance to see the difference their financial support makes in the lives of students. This week, the Office of Institutional Advancement is hosting an event designed to strengthen that connection by giving students a convenient way of thanking those whose generosity makes their Temple education possible.
College of Education alumna Nicole Miletto is among 12 finalists for 2014 Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year. Ms. Miletto is a teacher at Hallowell Elementary School in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. Ms. Miletto received an Teacher Certification in 2002 and Master's in Education in 2003 from the College of Education at Temple University.
College of Education at Temple University alumna Dr. Joanne Broder Sumerson publishes secrets for successfully navigating through the dissertation and thesis process while maintaining your sanity, "Finish Your Dissertation, Don't Let It Finish You!"
Dr. Broder Sumerson earned her Ph.D. in Education Psychology and M.Ed. in Adult and Organization Development from Temple University.
Read more about this book at www.joannebrodersumerson.com
College of Education Alumna Kathleen Wainwright, B.S.Ed. '00 recently published the book "Summer in the City."
Summer in the City is a heartwarming picture book based on author Kathleen Wainwright’s childhood growing up in the city. Before there were 24-hour cartoon channels, laptop computers or the internet, what did kids do all day to occupy their time when schools were on break and the days were hot?
Patience Lehrman, program director of Project SHINE and the 2013 inductee for the College of Education, says Temple’s lessons extend far beyond the classroom. “Temple taught me not only how to think outside the box, but to get rid of the box,” she said. “As a student, I learned to be driven by the passion of my own convictions.”
Gallery of Success highlights Owls who have utilized the skills and knowledge learned at Temple to chart their own paths as leading educators, scientists, business owners, artists, healthcare providers, lawyers.
College of Education alumna Dr. Catherine DePino published her most recent book "Excuse Me, Your Participle's Dangling: How to Use Grammar to Make Your Writing Powers Soar." Dr. DePino is Temple Made through and through having earned three degrees from Temple University's College of Education including B.S.Ed. '66, Ed.M. '70, and Ed.D. '82.
Quaiser Abdullah, CLA ’03, EDU ’07, recently pledged $25,000 to create two scholarships that will support Temple students who are committed to effecting social change.