With the help of students from Temple's College of Education, Center City fourth-graders created get-well cards, which will be delivered to patients at Temple University Hospital.
Temple University has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for community service, service learning and civic engagement.
The College of Education will launch a third cohort of the Master's of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership in partnership with Church Teachers' College in Mandeville, Jamaica. Visit the following website for more information about this program.
Brandon Matthews, a junior in the Adult & Organizational Development program in the College of Education at Temple University, handily won the Dixie Amateur on December 22, finishing 72 holes in South Florida with a 10-under 278 total.
Can schools that enroll students of all skill levels use the same methods as more academically selective programs? In the second half of our report on Philadelphia’s public schools, special correspondent for education John Merrow reports on the city’s U School, a neighborhood school that’s copying the project-based learning curriculum of some of the city’s more exclusive charter schools.
In partnership with the Association of Public Land-grant Universities, the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, the Transformational Planning grant is a one-year initiative that seeks to transform the way higher education is delivered. One of seven universities selected nationwide, Temple University will use the grant to support research in admissions, enrollment and retention in the 2014-2015 school year.
The Eye to Eye chapter at Temple University is an art-based program that connects student mentors with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders to local middle school and elementary school-aged children who face similar challenges
With Visualize Temple—Temple University’s comprehensive campus plan—drawing closer to completion, anticipation is building for the plan’s centerpiece: a new, state-of-the-art library.
Temple University President Neil D. Theobald recently joined other college presidents and education leaders at the second White House College Opportunity Day of Action, where over 600 new commitments—including two from Temple—were announced to help more students prepare for and graduate from college.