The College of Education and College of Liberal Arts at Temple University are hosting a school supply and book drive benefiting neighboring elementary schools Tanner Duckrey and Alliance for Progress Charter School.
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.
In a recent op-ed, Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab, Professor of Higher Education Policy and Sociology in the College of Education at Temple University discusses the changes needed to streamline and ease the process for college-bound students to be considered for financial aid. She suggests that "Eliminating unnecessary paperwork is a step in the right direction."
Dr. Frank Farkey, Laura Carnell Professor of Educational Psychology was named to the Board of Directors of the Elwyn Institute. Elwyn is one of the nation’s oldest private non-profit organizations serving people with intellectual, developmental and behavioral challenges.
Two faculty members in the College of Education at Temple University have been elected to national leadership positions of the American Psychological Association.
Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab was selected as a recipient of a 5-year $2,175,114 Institute of Education Sciences grant to study retention of financial aid and college persistence. In this project, researchers investigate whether an intervention that provides financial aid information, reminders, and advising to college students increases completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and compliance with the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements of the Pell grant program.
https://sites.temple.edu/templeteacherresidency/files/2016/06/WDAS-FM-Radio-Interview.m4aAashita Batra, recently-hired Temple Teacher Resident and soon-to-be middle grades science/mathematics teacher was interviewed alongside Superintendent Dr. William Hite about Ms. Batra’s decision to teach Philadelphia’s public school students. Follow the news coverage here.