Events

March 25
The College of Liberal Arts offers prospective high school, transfer, and veteran students an opportunity to meet with Academic Advising representatives before or after touring Temple University's campus with the Office of Admissions. This...
March 26
The Batinah coast of Oman is a region critical to understanding the role of human-environmental interactions during the Early Bronze Age. The rare site of Dahwa is a large industrial settlement that was used intensively for copper smelting...
March 27
Please join us for a talk by Tsering Wangmo Dhompa, the first Tibetan female poet to be published in English. She will talk about her new work on Tibet and experience of exile. Tsering Wangmo Dhompa is the author of three collections of...
March 27
The College of Liberal Arts offers prospective high school, transfer, and veteran students an opportunity to meet with Academic Advising representatives before or after touring Temple University's campus with the Office of Admissions. This...
March 27
Have you finished your graduate coursework and preliminary exams? Finding the energy now to write your dissertation can feel overwhelming. How do you keep going? Join this graduate-student only interactive conversation, moderated by Jessie...
March 27
Dr. Joe Cheer, Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, will be talking on Endogenous Cannabinoids and the Persuit of Reward.
March 27
“Gender Violence” in Latin American and Spanish Cinema We will view films from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. How do these films explore gender violence and its social repercussions? All are welcome. The film will have English...
March 27
Are you studying psychology and curious to learn about related career paths? Come network with five professionals in fields including counseling, community engagement, entrepreneurship, and research. PLUS: Pizza will be provided RSVP on...
March 28
Speaker: Steve Sherwood, Wageningen University Originally from the Greater Philadelphia area and with studies in International Development/Economics (Penn State), Plant Pathology/ Adult Education (Cornell University) and the Sociology of...
March 28
Border walls have been in our minds for the last couple of years thanks to President Trump’s promise that he would build one and that Mexico would pay for it. But there are other walls, which in their ephemerality and inconsistency are...

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