In 2002, the art history department chair began preserving a religious site in Egypt.
Joseph Schwartz has been involved in politics since the 1970s.
Two production studios opened in the Bell Building earlier this month.
After struggling with her identity, Bernie Newman became a social worker.
Beth Pfeiffer will receive the A. Jean Ayres Award this semester.
Professors hope to work with local schools to help Temple’s sign language program grow.
Marina Angel will retire in June after half a century of fighting for women’s rights.
Mary Gaitskill will teach creative writing to undergraduate and graduate students.
David Brown is the faculty adviser for the Black Public Relations Society.
The event was created in reaction to the “wall-sitting ban” proposed in Rittenhouse Square.