The College of Public Health is proud to welcome two internationally renowned professors to its Recreational Therapy faculty beginning Fall 2017.
Dr. William Cabin, an assistant professor in the School of Social Work, has been selected to present two papers at the Seventh International Conference on Sociology and Social Work in Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 7 and 8.
As Alice Hausman closes one chapter of her Temple story, the anthropologist turned administrator, advocate, and mentor to many reflects on meaningful community engagement and her most important legacy: her students. Plus, friends and colleagues pay tribute.
CPH faculty member Heather Murphy joined a national panel of experts in food- and waterborne illness lending their expertise at the Centers for Disease Control in a study to attribute illnesses to various pathways.
Proud PT alumni Paul and Esther Mackarey have made physical therapy – and a Temple education – a family tradition. The couple met as undergraduate students, then opened a practice (Mackarey & Mackarey Physical Therapy Consultants) in Paul’s hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Their two sons are also now physical therapists – and Temple alumni.
Jamie Reilly, an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and director of the Memory, Concepts, and Cognition Lab, has accepted an invitation from the National Institutes of Health to serve as a member of the Language and Communication Study Section, Center for Scientific Review. The appointment begins July 1 and extends through 2021.
A study published Wednesday in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice has found that federal funding of research into health law policymaking increased from 1985 to 1999 -- but is still insufficient to evaluate laws affecting the public’s health.
As I read the new budget proposal that the Trump administration released on Tuesday, my head spun. The gutting of programs that support education, healthcare, and research is vast, its potential impact so devastating not only to the health of individuals and institutions but to our wellbeing as a society.
Language and cognition researchers confirm how the brain is wired to learn concepts—and test a way to use electricity to improve dementia treatments.