Dr. Barbara Wasik, PNC Chair and Professor of Educational Psychology was selected as the recipient of the Paul W. Eberman Faculty Research Award for outstanding contributions to her field.
Dr. Krissy Najera, Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning was selected a recipient of the the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Awards for Distinguished Teaching honor faculty whose work in teaching and research has benefited the lives of Temple students
Students in the Adult & Organizational Development program in the College of Education at Temple University have launched a student chapter of the American Society of Training & Development.
Dr. Doug Lombardi, Assistant Professor Science Education colloquium "Climate Change Education: Warm Processes in Learning about a Hot Topic” has been invited to be a plenary panel session at the International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts and Responses to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland, June 27-28, 2014.
Kal, EDU ’57, and Lucille Rudman have made a second transformative gift in support of TUTV-Temple University Television.
Removed from the daily rhythm of university life, Temple donors rarely have a chance to see the difference their financial support makes in the lives of students. This week, the Office of Institutional Advancement is hosting an event designed to strengthen that connection by giving students a convenient way of thanking those whose generosity makes their Temple education possible.
Temple University College of Education Early Childhood Education student Hannah Seigle, was chosen as an Outstanding Nominee in the Distinguished AmeriCorps Service category for the 2nd Annual Mayors Award for Distinguished National Service.
Dr. Barbara Wasik, Professor and PNC Chair in Early Childhood Education in the College of Education at Temple University collaborated with PNC Grow Up Great to develop a website that features early childhood science activities for teachers. The activities were contributed by national science centers such as the Franklin Institute.