Academic Programs

April 17, 2017

Xianlong Zheng (BS Arch'17) Attends NESEA BuildingEnergy Boston 2017

Author: Andrea Smith

Written by Xianlong Zheng, BS Architecture'17 Founded in 1974, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) is today the region’s leading membership organization promoting sustainable energy practices in the built environment. The BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade show is the region's leading event for professionals and practitioners working to build a more sustainable world. It brings over 2,500 industry leaders and emerging professionals together for three days to learn from and share ideas with each other. As one of the 2017 BE the Future Scholarship Recipients sponsored by NESEA and many other green design companies around the region, as well as with the support from the architecture department in transportation, I was able to attend the sustainability conference in Boston.   Read More

February 13, 2017

Prof. Jane DeRose Evans to speak at Harvard on the coins of Sardis

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Prof Evans was invited to be part of a colloquium, "City and Empire in Seleucid Asia Minor: Sardis from the King's Peace to the Treaty of Apamea", Feb  23-24, 2017 at Harvard University.  She will be presenting a lecture, "The Mint at Sardis amid the Changing Political Landscape of the Third and Second Centuries".  http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/sardis-conference-2017/home  Read More

November 9, 2016

Society of American Registered Architects PA chapter (SARA PA) 2016 Student Award Recipients

Author: Andrea Smith

Tyler Architecture Department students swept the Society of American Registered Architects PA chapter (SARA PA) student award for 2016. Three seniors received awards: Andrew Mascieri received a $2000 scholarship, Erin Abraham received a $1000 scholarship, and Sierra Summers received an honorable mention in the awards ceremony held on October 26. All three students received membership to the SARA as part of their awards.  In addition, alumnus-owned firm, Period Architects (Joe Mackin, Tyler Architecture 2002, President and co-founder) received Professional Special Recognition Award for their work in a category entitled “Traditional Architecture – Modern Constraints”.   Read More

November 9, 2016

Tyler Facilities Management Degree Program Signs Agreement with Vernon Township (NJ) High School.

Author: Andrea Smith

The Tyler Facilities Management degree program has signed an agreement with Vernon Township (NJ) High School to provide high school students opportunities to learn about Facilities Management education and careers and to encourage students to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management program. Faculty and students from Temple will make a yearly visit to Vernon Township High School and Vernon faculty and students will also visit Temple to engage in shared activities in the high school and university programs. This is the first program of its kind at Temple University and promises to be an important step in encouraging students to consider career paths in built environment programs while studying in high school.                                           Read More

October 24, 2016

A Long Battle Finally Won for the PECO Delaware Station

Author: Andrea Smith

In the Fall of 2014, potential owners bid on the PECO Delaware Station with many visions for the site. Whether or not these projects included keeping the 223,000 sq ft building, changes would still be made that would not only affect the site, but the surrounding area of Fishtown. Designed in 1917 by John T. Windram and William Eglin along the Delaware River, the original PECO building served as a culturally and historically important structure for the changing Philadelphia area. Stephanie Haller, BS Arch and Arch Pres. ’15, decided to nominate the exterior of the building to be added to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places as her Architectural Preservation Capstone Project. She came in contact with Fishtown Neighbors Association member Jill Betters, who assisted Stephanie in the advocacy to save the building. Another close contact was Kim Broadbent of the Historical Commission, who assisted in editing the nomination of the building. Read More

June 1, 2015

Met fellowship exposes Tyler student to new possibilities

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

In the spring of 2013, Agnes Szymanska was in Philadelphia studying at Tyler School of Art. Today, the art history doctoral student is engaging in research and museum curation at Manhattan’s world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art—the largest museum in the Western Hemisphere—through a 12-month-long fellowship. http://news.temple.edu/news/2015-05-26/met-fellowship-exposes-tyler-stud... Read More

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