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Roselyn Hsueh Interviewed with Wisconsin NPR about Suspected Chinese Surveillance Balloon
Associate Professor of Political Science, Roselyn Hsueh, was interviewed live by Wisconsin Public Radio on U.S.-China relations and the spy...
Kathy Hirsch-Pasek Featured in EdSurge
Professor Kathy Hirsch-Pasek was featured in an EdSurge article on the importance of high-quality childcare.
Professor Jerry Stahler Featured in WalletHub
Professor Jerry Stahler was featured in WalletHub's recent study about Drug Use by State.
Roselyn Hsueh Interview on NPR - Lifting Tariffs
Roselyn Hsueh interviewed with NPR on “...
Joshua Mask Featured on Action News
Professor Joshua Mask was recently featured in a Channel 6 Action News story on changes in the Philadelphia-area labor market and the continued...
Michael Bognanno Featured in WalletHub
Professor Michael Bognanno was featured in WalletHub's recent study about States Whose Unemployment Rates Are Bouncing Back Most.
Kevin Loughran Publishes Op-ed
Kevin Loughran published this op-ed,...
Mark Leuchter Featured on CBS Philly Segment
Professor Mark Leuchter was featured on a segment for CBS on how he used his musical talent to organize a fuzz pedal fundraiser for Ukraine.
Dustin Kidd Interviewed in KYW Newsradio Podcast
Temple Sociology Chair and pop culture expert Dr. Dustin Kidd interviewed in a podcast on KYW Newsradio "Take my money: Why nostalgia in popular...
Kevin Loughran's New Book Profiled on Bloomberg CityLab
Sociology Professor Kevin Loughran's new book Parks for Profit has been profiled on Bloomberg CityLab.
Jeremy Schipper Publishes Article in The Wall Street Journal
Jeremy Schipper, Professor of Religion, published an article in the Wall Street Journal titled Denmark Vesey's Fraught Legacy - After two...
Judith Levine Quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer
PPL Director Judith Levine was quoted in an Inquirer article titled Low-income Philadelphians...
Christina Rosan Publishes New Book: Reimagining Sustainable Cities
Geography and Urban Studies Associate Professor Christina Rosan, publishes her new book titled ...
Dr. Zain Abdullah Quoted In the Philadelphia Inquirer
Dr. Zain Abdullah was interviewed by Jeff Gammage for...
Judith Levine Quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Alfred Lubrano
Judith Levine was quoted in an Inquirer article titled What happened to those in poverty with the child tax credit expansion ended?
Past PPL Faculty Fellow Caterina Roman Authored Op-ed
By Caterina G. Roman and John K. Roman
Past PPL Faculty Fellow Caterina Roman authored an op-ed titled Mayor Kenney should create a cabinet of experts to stem gun violence | Opinion...
Christina Rosan publishes Article in The Philadelphia Inquirer
Associate Professor Christina Rosan, Geography and Urban Studies, published an article in The...
Trey Miller Honored as Pennsylvania 2021 40 Under 40
Trey Miller, Political Science alumni and current Beasley Law School student, has been selected as an honoree for City & State’s Pennsylvania...
Timothy Welbeck quoted in WHYY
Professor Timothy Welbeck was quoted in a WHYY segment, which discusses the continual controversy emanating from mischaracterizations of Critical...
Dr. Laurence Steinberg published in New York Times
By Lauren McDuffie
Dr. Laurence Steinberg publlished "Does Instagram Harm Girls? No One Actually Knows." in New York Times.
Climate Change Making Home Buying More Expensive
By Andy Uhler
Professor Rhiannon Jerch speaks on the impact of climate change on housing markets.
Sept. 11 Unified America; Today’s Crises Drive Us Apart
By Jonathan Tamari
Africology and African American Studies Assistant Professor Timothy Welbeck speaks out on bigotry and xenophobia.
Temple’s Anti-Racism Center to Begin Construction This Fall
By Chris Duong and Jocelyn Hockaday
The College of Liberal Arts will begin construction of the Center for Anti-Racism in Anderson Hall this semester.
Philadelphia Heat Wave
Geography and Urban Studies Associate Professor Christina Rosan appears on NBC News to discuss urban heat islands.
Renter Protections Are Crucial to Achieving Climate Justice
By Sterling Johnson
Geography and Urban Studies PhD student Sterling Johnson argues that just planting trees isn't enough to offset the climate catastrophe.
Stepping into the Spotlight
By Emily Kovach
Psychology Professor Laurence Steinberg talks about COVID-19's effects on college students in the New York Times.