President Englert Testifies for Temple at State Budget Hearing
Testifying before elected leaders from across Pennsylvania, Temple President Richard M. Englert made the case for the university's funding at a budget hearing in Harrisburg. Read more here.
State-Related Universities Make Case for Funding Increases
Tens of thousnads of students attending Pennsylvania's four state-related universities are likely to face higher tuition this fall if the schools' Commonwealth appropriations remain frozen at current-year levels, campus leaders testified.. Read more here.
No Bump in State Aid Equals No Promise on Tuition
Students at Pennsylvania's four state-related universities got little early clarity Wednesday on potential tuition increases for 2017-18. Read more here.
Temple Experts and Leadership Aid State in Opioid Epidemic
Speaking before a bipartisan delegation of Pennsylvania Legislators, two researchers at Temple University's Lewis Katzz School of Medicine on Aug. 16, offered testimony on how best to address opiod abuse and addiction, widely considered an urgent public health crisis in the state, region and nation. Read more here.
Governor Wolf and State Senators Visit Temple
To learn about how to attack the crisis of opiod and drug abuse in Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf and State Senators Christine Tartaglione (D-2) and Shirley Kitchen (D-3) visited Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University's Center for Substance Abuse Research. Read more here.