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The novel coronavirus that recently originated in China has grabbed headlines and caused concern among public health officials around the world.
Two professors from Temple's Fox School of Business can address employment discrimination, workplace culture and conflict, sexual harassment, and more
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Just like holly wreaths, twinkling lights, Santa Claus, flying red-nosed reindeer and decorated evergreen trees, myths and superstitions have become part of our holiday lore. A Temple University psychologist offers the truth behind some of these false holiday beliefs.
With the alleged Mayan apocalypse looming on Dec. 21, Barry Vacker, an associate professor of media studies and production at Temple University’s School of Media and Communication, has decided to spend what might be our last few months of existence examining why end-of-world storylines run rampant in Hollywood and pop culture.
With the 2012 presidential election now just months away, anticipation is building for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominating conventions. Temple University political experts Christopher Wlezien , Robin Kolodny and Kevin Arceneaux offer their insights on the campaigns and what to expect from the conventions this year.
Two Temple University pharmaceutical experts are available to discuss drug shortages and President Obama's FDA directive to address the growing shortage of prescription drugs.
Researchers at Temple University are studying genetics to figure out if certain people are more prone to concussions.
College students are preparing to head to campus to live in on-campus residential halls. Living away from home for the first time can be exciting but also challenging. Here are steps students can take to make it a positive experience.
It’s happened to us all: driving along when suddenly, traffic comes to an almost complete stop. But just as suddenly as we slowed, traffic begins moving normally again. Congratulations, you have just been part of a phantom traffic jam.
Temple University oil spill expert Michel Boufadel is working with other scientists in the Gulf of Mexico trying to determine the best approaches for dealing with the ongoing BP oil spill.
A Temple University researcher who studied the Exxon Valdez spill is available to the news media to discuss the two oil spills, the environmental impact to the Gulf, as well as efforts to control and stop the spill.
Temple University sport management professor Emily Sparvero says three major challenges – a struggling economy, decreased interest in the Olympics and disputes among social welfare groups – could hinder the Canadian host city from recouping its investment.
Instead of making individual resolutions which are often times quickly forgotten, New Year’s is a good time to take personal inventory of our lives.