In Case You Missed It: Movers, Shakers, and Change Makers

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While many of our Owls are basking in the sun and enjoying this scorcher of a Philly summer, students and faculty in the College of Education have been making serious gains on the academic front. Not one, but two College of Education faculty members are involved in the development of research centers looking to keep pushing education research forward.

College of Education Welcomes Its Inaugural Cohort of Temple Education Scholars

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The College of Education welcomes their first cohort of Temple Education Scholars. 15 high-achieving rising seniors from high schools all over the School District of Philadelphia will spend their senior year completing five courses within the College of Education to set them up for one of four education degrees. Students will finish their senior year with 15 college credits, which is the equivalent to one college semester.

Patience Lehrman named interim executive director of College of Education Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education

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Temple University College of Education special assistant to the dean, Patience Lehrman, named interim executive director of the Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education. Lehrman will build on the strengths of the Center for Professional Development in Career & Technical Education to increase the College’s collective impact in the city and region.

In Case You Missed It: May 2018 News Summary

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May is always an eventful month as Owls are wrapping up their semesters and welcoming the long days of summer. With that comes commencement and the season of recognition for those who went above and beyond in their studies. This year, we were proud to recognize several outstanding students for their accomplishments and contributions to their fields of study.

From kid on campus to Commencement speaker

Gabrielle Labolito first starting hanging around campus in 1996 when her father Joseph V. Labolito started working at the university as a photographer.

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.

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