To understand that world, we turned to the best person on campus for an insider’s perspective: Jodi Levine Laufgraben, EDU ’95, a doctor of education and 26-year member of the Office of the Provost— the nerve center of Temple’s academic enterprise.
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.
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.
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.
Ridley High Principal Dr. Ken Acker, EDU '89 is saluted by Hooter the Owl and members of the Temple University band and cheerleading squad after he was surprised with pop-up pride at Ridley High School on Wednesday, January 27.
Dr. Lori Shorr, Mayor Michael Nutter's chief education officer, will join Temple University as an associate professor of urban education.
Dr. Joan Poliner Shapiro coauthor of Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Education, named Routledge Education November 2015 Author of the Month. Shapiro is a Professor of Higher Education at Temple University’s College of Education.
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.