Student Awarded Associate Research Fellowship by Future Institute

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PhD in Education student, Monica D’Antonio, has been awarded an Associate Research Fellowship by The Future Institute. This accompanies a research scholarship for her dissertation with Temple. The Future Institute Research Center through Lindenwood University supports graduate research that focuses on college transition, college success, and career success. With a focus on data-driven decision making, research fellows work to contribute to a growing body of research to improve educational experiences. 
 
 

Sara Goldrick-Rab Selected As Recipient of 2018 Grawemeyer Award in Education. Will Donate Award Prize to College Students in Need.

Sara Goldrick-Rab

Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology was selected as recipient of the 2018 Grawemeyer Award in Education. Goldrick-Rab will donate the award’s entire $100,000 prize to the FAST Fund, which helps college students across the country who are in desperate financial need. Prof. Goldrick-Rab will match donations that others make to the Fund at a rate of three-to-one, starting today. She will continue to match donations until her entire $100,000 prize has been spent down.

Intergenerational center receives ‘kinship’ grant

Family Friends Program Coordinator Alysia Williams works in the Intergenerational Center on the fourth floor of Ritter Annex.

The College of Education’s Intergenerational Center has received a grant last month to support programs for grandparents and alternative guardians raising children in Philadelphia. But what is the Intergenerational Center — and what are the challenges North Philadelphia grandparents face when raising children?

New College of Education faculty member discusses motivation for joining Temple's community of scholars

Renée M. Tobin

Eight new tenured and tenure-track faculty members have joined the College of Education this year. The range of factors that attracted the newest faculty members to Temple are as varied as their fields of expertise. For the College of Education’s Renée M. Tobin, a national leader in the study of personality and social development in the context of school counseling, Temple’s mission and urban location were critical factors.

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