Temple University’s Institute on Disabilities presents the world premiere of A Fierce Kind of Love, a play by Drama Desk-nominee and Pig Iron Theatre Company co-founder Suli Holum and directed by Philadelphia theater veteran David Bradley. An exploration of the intellectual disabilities rights movement in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, the play runs from April 7-17, 2016 at Christ Church Neighborhood House, 20 N. American Street, Philadelphia.
Six graduate students in the College of Education have been selected to present their research in just a few weeks at the Harvard Student Research Conference. This event, hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, is the nation's largest student-run conference on education research.
The Academy for Adult Learning, founded in 2008 by the College of Education's Institute on Disabilities, is a two-year program that allows students with disabilities to more easily adjust to college life with a group of support. Students who work with the Academy for Adult Learning can serve as tutors or mentors, depending on the type of relationship they want to cultivate with other students.
Several Temple football players volunteered their time on Wednesday morning at the Frederick Douglass Mastery Charter Elementary School, participating in the 100th Day of School Celebration.
Career Network co-chair Jason Bozzone, Assistant Dean of Career & Student Development and Special Eventsfrom the College of Education explains how the Temple University Career Network works in tandem with the Career Center to help students with their professional development, and to connect students with great job and internship opportunities.
Jason Bozzone, Assistant Dean of Career and Student Development and Special Events in the College of Education at Temple University was selected as the recipient of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Outstanding Contribution to Graduate and Professional Student Services Award.
Five international students from China will vie to become Temple's official broadcasters of men's games in Mandarin. Among the competitors is Echo Chen, a graduate student in counseling psychology in the College of Education who played basketball in high school.
The College of Education is working on a top-down approach that would help teachers respond more effectively when classroom interruptions inevitably occur. A pilot test is being conducted using undergraduate students who aspire to be teachers.
As a generous corporate donor to Temple University, PNC Bank supports the growth of university programs and our diverse and capable student body gearing up to be the next generation of business and community leaders.