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Temple University is a comprehensive public research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Temple University is a comprehensive public research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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WalkTU to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness Month

WalkTU, which will replace Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, focuses on inclusion of all members of the Temple community and raises awareness around all forms of sexual violence. 

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Law students’ work helps struggling families

A report by students in the Sheller Center’s Justice Lab clinic prompted Philadelphia officials to make a major change. 

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Graduate programs surge in ‘U.S. News’ rankings

The Fox School of Business, the College of Education, the College of Engineering, the Beasley School of Law and other programs again ranked among nation’s elite in U.S. News’ Best Graduate Schools.

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Temple’s innovative marketing, fundraising featured in 'Chronicle'

James Dicker, vice president for institutional advancement, and Emily Spitale, associate vice president in the Office of Strategic Marketing & Communications, have been quoted in recent ‘Chronicle of Higher Education’ stories highlighting new ways Temple is connecting with young alumni and prospective students. 

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For fourth year in a row, Temple breaks record for applications

Temple continues to offer a unique blend of excellence, affordability and diversity in one of our nation’s great cities. 

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Temple partners in $29 million GEAR UP grant for college readiness

Temple is engaging with six high schools and 21 middle schools throughout North Philadelphia, representing the largest footprint among higher education partners. 

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The newly formed Center for the Advancement of Teaching helps faculty build their skills and reimagine courses so students get the most out of their academic experience.

"Students went from ‘sleeping in the pews’ to being so active on worksheets that sometimes I need to blow a whistle to make them realize I am trying to make them stop and listen to me for a few minutes."
-- Daniele Ramella, assistant professor 

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Experts tally unprecedented appearances in ‘The New York Times’

More Temple University scholars than ever have joined the national discussion on important subjects in the pages of the Times in 2016-17. 

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TUHS practices join federal program to improve primary care

Comprehensive Primary Care Plus aims to improve patients’ experiences with primary care and create a public-private partnership that allows practices to improve treatment and better invest their funds.

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Why do so many people play fantasy sports? Professor Joris Drayer found the answer!

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