In May 2018, Kathryn Chiodo received Temple University's prestigious Diamond Award. This award is given to students that excel in academics, leadership, service, and impact. In this interview, Chiodo recounts the opportunities and experiences that helped earn her award and gives advice to students that are interested in applying.
Gabrielle Labolito, STHM ’13, spent much of her life at Temple, whether it was tagging along with her father, longtime university photographer Joseph V. Labolito, or working toward her two degrees. Now, she’s giving the graduate address at the College of Education’s Commencement.
In an effort to foster a joy of reading and promote teamwork, the Reading Olympics encourages students in grades four through eight to read a specified list of books in preparation for a competition of their knowledge. This year marks Temple University College of Education’s 10-year partnership with the annual event.
Pennsylvania secretary of education, Pedro A. Rivera, will give the commencement address at the Temple University College of Education’s 99th Commencement ceremony on May 10th. Rivera was nominated by Governor Tom Wolf to serve as the Secretary of Education on January 20, 2015 and was confirmed by the state Senate in June 2015.
The Alpha Center, led by the College of Education, will serve as an anchor for the North Philadelphia community.
For the second time, Temple’s College of Education will partner with Reach Higher and the School District of Philadelphia, alongside Michelle Obama, to host College Signing Day. This events celebrates high school seniors who are choosing to pursue higher education through a variety of avenues.
Kathryn Chiodo is one of Temple’s 2018 Diamond Award recipients. Recipients have demonstrated excellence in academics, service, impact, and leadership. With a major in Human Development and Community Engagement, Chiodo joins the growing College of Education community of excellent scholars.
The College of Education’s School Psychology program hosted its 37th annual School Psychology Conference on March 2nd. Nearly 200 students, faculty, and practitioners attended a variety of sessions addressing today’s issues in school psychology.