News and Announcements
Temple Today's Anna Goldfarb interviewed our peer advisor, Jordan Sievers, and Assistant Vice President, Denise Connerty, about the Freeman Foundation internship program.
You can learn Japanese in class and study Japanese culture, but navigating Japan’s subway system for the first time when you touch down in Tokyo is when it truly hits you that you are on the other side of the world.
Thanks to the generosity of the Maxine Edelson Elkin Endowed Lecture Fund, Iris Dawn Parker will visit Temple as part of her fall college tour. Iris taught photo students as part of the School of Media and Communication's Study Away program in South Africa last summer, a program co-directed by Assoc. Professor Karen Turner.
Temple students who participated in the summer 2014 program in Jamaica, Allison Griffin and Ellen Carney, raised funds to begin a summer camp for students with anger and agression issues. Their efforts paid off quickly--the students raised over $1200 and the first camp launched this summer.
Summer Faculty 2015
For summer 2015, the following CLA faculty are scheduled to teach:
Daniel Silverman, Criminal Justice
- CJ 4501 Sex Crimes and the Law: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (cross-listed with History 3880, Poli Sci 2200, Psych 3620 and Soc 3250
Paul Toth, Spanish and Portuguese
Suzanne joined us last week as our Communications and Outreach Manager, and will focus primarily on internal (Temple) outreach, marketing and communications for study abroad. Among other tasks, her responsibilities include managing our website and social media, overseeing outreach and events on campus, and updating our publications.