Events

September 23
Please join us for a talk by Professor Magda Hinojosa (Arizona State University) titled "Including Women, Improving Democracy: How Seeing Women in Politics Created Connected Citizens". The Comparative Politics Colloquium, held by the...
September 23
The College of Liberal Arts offers prospective high school, transfer, and veteran students an opportunity to meet with the college’s Enrollment Management representatives before or after touring Temple University's campus with the Office...
September 23
Dr. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas is immediate past president of the World Communication Association and professor and chair of African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.   She is author of...
September 23
Part of the Intellectual Heritage's film series celebrating "Musicality," all are invited for a viewing of the silent horror classic that inspired all the rest: F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu. We'll watch the film the way it was originally viewed...
September 24
Come out and network with professionals working in fields related to English. Here's your chance to explore some potential career paths, especially if you are interested in ways to market an English degree. 
September 24
Learn more about our one-year Professional Science Master's and Graduate Certificate in GIS. Our program is designed to train highly-compentent GIS analysts, ready for the job market. Learn more about cutting edge skills in a high-growth...
September 25
The College of Liberal Arts offers prospective high school, transfer, and veteran students an opportunity to meet with the college’s Enrollment Management representatives before or after touring Temple University's campus with the Office...
September 25
Anthony Browder is the founder and director of IKG Cultural Resources and has devoted 36 years researching ancient Egyptian history, science, philosophy and culture. Mr. Browder’s three decades of study have lead him to the conclusion that...
September 25
Distinguished Speaker Dr. Staci Bilbo Haley Family Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University Topic: Brain-immune Interactions in Neurodevelopment: Implications for Lifelong Health
September 25
Film Screening: Helen of Troy (1956) Legendary Greek warriors storm the walls of Troy to plunder the ancient city and retrieve their kidnapped queen. Meanwhile, a shepherd falls for the most beautiful woman in the world.

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