• Honors Alum Robert Berry: To Syria & Back

    Honors alumnus Robert Berry is featured in a story you can find here. Berry ('08) has been working with Homeland Security as a Refugee & Asylum officer. He will be on campus this week to discuss his perspective and career. Check the Honors Bulletin for full details.

  • Honors Students Attend PPIA Leadership Conference

    Honorables Paige Hill, Mackenzie Bonner, and Sydney Griffin attended the Public Policy & International Affairs Leadership Conference in Bloomington, Indiana this fall and got to meet with activists, leaders in public policy, and the like. Below they are pictured with Gaby Pacheco, an immigration reform activitist who was instrumental in getting the DREAM Act passed.


  • Dr. Cordes Dives Deeper Than Most

    Check out what Dr. Erik Cordes is up to with his research and in his classes, featured in Temple News.

  • Honors Profs Announced as CST Faculty Award Winners

    Two Honors professors garnered awards at the 2016 College of Science & Technology Distinguished Faculty Awards:

    Dr. Bernd Surrow, Department of Physics, won the William Caldwell Memorial Distinguished Teaching Award

    Dr. Ann Valentine (2015 Honors Professor of the Year), Department of Chemistry, won The Dean's Distinguished Teaching Award


    Congratulations to these two awesome Honors professors!

  • Honors Prof. Ralph Young Hits the Airwaves

    Check our Honors Professor Ralph Young on Newsworks tonight discussing his latest book about the art of protest posters.

  • Honors Professors Honored With Awards

    Several Honors professors were honored with end of the year awards. We hope to see more of them in the future!

    Temple Great Teacher Award:
    Rebecca Alpert, College of Liberal Arts

    Lindback Award Winners:
    Jeffrey R. Boles, Fox School of Business
    Steve Fleming, College of Science & Technology

    Bryant Simon, College of Liberal Arts

  • Honors Students Tutor Philadelphia Children

    Temple News profiled 3 Honors students Jose Francisco Calva Moreno, Daniel Gritsyuk, and Timur Rusanov for their work tutoring local students. Moreno and Gritsyuk created TU STUDY in order to offer academic assistance and mentoring to under-represented minority students whose first language is not English. Rusanov has joined the organization since its creation.

  • Next Stop for Brandon Johnson: Major League Soccer

    Honorable Brandon Johnson will be taking his 4 years of sport management training both in the classroom and out of it to MLS franchise Philadelphia Union's USL affiliate Bethlehem Steel as their operations coordinator. Brandon worked with the Union as an intern and managed to turn that experience into full-time employment. Read more at Temple Now.

  • Honors Alum & Staff Go International

    Tyler Horst '15 was featured in the most recent issue of International Insights publication in recognition of his Emmy win for his documentary about South African hip hop.

    And Honors advisor, Zach Martin was published for his experience visiting Temple Tokyo.

  • Honors Student Opening Art Show in Rome

    This Saturday, April 2nd, Honors student Daniel Clark is opening a show with another student in Rome, Italy. Daniel has been studying at Temple Rome and was approached to have a show in a gallery in the city. If you're in Rome, you should definintely check it out!