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June 28, 2017

Studying Architecture Abroad at Temple Japan

Author: Emily Furlong

Written by Giang Phung, BSArch’18 Four months! I have been in Japan for that long and yet, it seems like yesterday when I first landed at Narita. Japan has been reviving my excitement with its vibrancy, so constantly that I lose track of time for there is always something new to take in, always something captivating that awakes all my senses. I have felt this way before, when I first arrived in the U.S. just two years ago, because then it hit me, I was on the other side of the globe! Being placed in an entirely different environment, I could see what I see in a tremendously mindful way as I burst out of my own little bubble, my comfort zone where I used to take things for granted. Here and now in Tokyo, again, I feel so much alive! I have been trying to do something new every day and the past four months was full of experiences I have never had anywhere else. Read More

June 28, 2017

Christine Hofnagel, BArch, promoted to partner at JacobsWyper

Author: Emily Furlong

Christine Hofnagel, BArch, has been promoted to partner at JacobsWyper Architects. Christine has been with JacobsWyper for 13 years, and during that time has become a recognized expert in cGMP design for pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing, lab and research facilities. Congratulations to Christine! Please visit the JacobsWyper press release for more information. Read More

June 12, 2017

Diana A. Iturralde works as intern at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Summer 2017

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Diana, who just got back from a very productive month in Ecuador, visiting national art reserves and archives. She was able to start archival research for her thesis.  And now she begins a summer internship at the PMA, working with curator Erica Battle in the Contemporary Art department, to help her with various short and long-term projects.  Read More

May 15, 2017

2017 AICP Outstanding Student Award Winner - Randall Rook

Author: Lynn Mandarano

At the Tyler School of Art awards ceremony, Randal Rook, MS City and Regional Planning, was presented with the American Institute of Certified Planners Outstanding Student Award.  The Planning and Community Development department faculty select a student based on three criteria:  academic excellence, commitment to the profession, and community service.  Randy was the unanimous choice for his stellar gpa, transportation work at AECOM, and volunteer service to immigrant communities in South Philadelphia.  Randy also applied for and was an awarded a Temple-Wagner Free Institute Research Fellowship during his final year of study in the MS City an Regional Planning program. Join us in congratulating Randy! Read More

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May 12, 2017

Congratulations to newest Phi Beta Kappa inductees

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

On May 10, Fiona Fackler and Natalie Gearin were inducted into the Phi Kappa Beta honor society, Temple Rho Chapter. Natalie is a double major in Art History and Global Studies; Fiona is an Art History major with minors in French and Italian. Both are graduating in 2018. Read More

May 4, 2017

Temple Facilities Management Student interviewed by Building Operations Management

Author: mary stiger

Temple senior Adi Cohen was recently interviewed by Building Operations Management at the National Facilities Management and Technology Conference.  The conference includes education sessions and an expo of the newest technologies and soltuions in the FM industry.  Adi spoke about what attracts young people to careers in Facilities Management, which included learning and using a variety of skills and the focus on sustainability.  Find the link to Adi's interview here! Read More

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