For fall 2017, seven Temple University students were selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship supported by the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to study abroad.
News and Announcements
The 12th annual Global Temple Conference is a day-long symposium on November 15th designed to explore and celebrate Temple’s wide array of international work, promoting globalization as one of Temple's core values. As in the past, we’ll feature student, staff and faculty research, plus a variety of programs and creative ventures from around the world.
On July 1, Hai-Lung Dai began his appointment as vice president for international affairs. In this newly created position, he reports to President Richard M. Englert.
In the heart of Rome, just a short walk away from breathtaking ruins like the Colosseum, Temple Rome’s campus continues to grow but still maintains its Italian charm.
When in Rome, celebrate Temple (of course). Explore the Eternal City through the eyes of an Owl with photos and stories from Temple Rome's 50th anniversary celebration.
Temple Rome alumnus and Klein College of Media and Communication senior Maggie Andresen is heading to Rwanda after graduation as a fellow with Princeton in Africa to pursue her passion for storytelling.
As an undergraduate, Eli LaBan traveled to South Africa and Nicaragua to produce culture-focused videos, and won a professional Emmy award for video editing he did during an internship.
A Temple University Rome alumna serves as your personal guide for your Roman holiday to celebrate the campus’ 50th anniversary in May.
Sei vecchio! Wait, you don’t speak Italian? Right. Well this year is Temple University Rome’s 50th anniversary and that means “happy anniversary!” (Actually, it means “you’re old,” but you get the point.) To celebrate, consider studying in the city that wasn’t built in a day! Lucky for you, it’s Study Abroad Week and getting info about going abroad is as easy as ricotta pie. Do you have to know Italian? No. Should you like pizza? Duh. Want to know if you and Rome are soulmates?
Your college roommates might disturb your sleep and occasionally act like animals, but have you ever been woken up by an actual monkey? Or zip-lined for college credit? Has staying out all night dancing ever helped your studies?
For students in the Latin American Studies Semester (LASS), a small program in the College of Liberal Arts making a big impact throughout the university, the answer to these questions may be “yes.”