- Life at Temple
The Science Education and Research Center (SERC), at 247,000 square feet, is one of the largest buildings devoted exclusively to scientific research in the Philadelphia region.
Researchers at Temple University are using GPS technology and other tools to better understand how individuals with mental illness participate in their communities.
Paul A. Pavlou, associate dean at the Fox School of Business, and Laurence Steinberg, professor of psychology, have been named among the most important researchers of the past decade.
Highlights from this week's roundup of Temple media appearances include blowout coverage of the Diamond Marching Band (with photos and video) in 'The Philadelphia Inquirer,' a 'Metropolis' feature story on...
Cherry and White Night offers Owls fans a preview of the upcoming basketball season. Following the event, fans can stick around to watch Temple football team take on the Houston...
A new commuter lounge opening in spring 2015 will offer student, faculty and staff commuters a retreat while they wait for shuttles and public transportation...
At his first State of the University address on Tuesday, President Neil D. Theobald announced a new $500,000 seed-grant program to foster faculty research, scholarship, and creative activity in the...
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