College News

This is our life’s work—and we’re working to share our life’s next chapter with you. Temple College of Liberal Arts students, alumni and faculty are forging new paths every day in dozens of exciting disciplines, and we want you to know about them! Read about their discoveries, accomplishments and events here and please contact us if you have a story you think we should tell. From Africology to Criminal Justice, from Psychology to Spanish, the College teaches its students how to see the world from new perspectives and make a meaningful impact in their chosen field. Follow their adventures here and see where their journeys lead them next.

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This week is National Coming Out Week, and the College of Liberal Arts is celebrating by hosting a variety of events around campus to bring students together to address LGBTQ issues and have fun as a community.

Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies

Pictured from left to right: Temple Student Government Vice President of External Affairs Kaya Jones, President Francesca Capozzi and Vice President of Services Laryssa Banks. Photograph by Saba Ahmed.

College of Liberal Arts students Francesca Capozzi and Kaya Jones have taken office as two of the three members of the first-ever all-female Temple Student Government executive leadership team.

English, Political Science, Public Policy

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September 16-20 is Wellness Week around Temple University. Several workshops are being held around campus and a wealth of resources available to help students adjust to the rigors of the fall semester and maintain their wellbeing, and CLA has six useful tips for students. Check them out!

Psychology

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The College of Liberal Arts’ Public Policy Lab proudly hosted a series of panels during its daylong inaugural symposium. Capping off the day’s events was a keynote presentation about evictions from Princeton University Professor Matthew Desmond.

This month, history PhD alumna Jessica Bird and political science PhD alumna Caroline Tynan began their Mellon/ACLS fellowships at the Center for Court Innovation and the Committee to Protect Journalists, respectively.

History, Political Science

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