One of the first-established academic departments at the Fox School of Business is getting a new name, and is set to introduce a new undergraduate degree program.
Four faculty members from the Fox School of Business headlined the awardees at the 17th annual Research Roundtable and Teaching Awards ceremony.
Temple University’s Office of International Affairs organized the inaugural “Battle of the Broadcasters“.
The Academy for Teachers is an annual selective conference in New York City that’s intended for teachers. One master professor, as chosen by the Academy, leads a lesson for a number of selected high school teachers on innovative strategies in teaching.
In examining the future of a post-Pope Francis Philadelphia, the event welcome notable keynote speakers.
The co-founder and former CEO of The Home Depot, Marcus visited the Fox School of Business Feb. 9 as the inaugural Warren V. “Pete” Musser Visiting Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The Fox School honored Wil- liam A. “Bill” Graham IV as the recipient of the Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership, the highest honor conferred by the School, during a Nov. 5 dinner and reception.
At the 16th annual League for Entrepreneurial Women’s Conference, held Oct. 20, the Greater Philadelphia region’s top female innovators came together to share stories on their respective paths to success, and honored those who have reached professional pinnacles.
Two students from Temple University’s Fox School of Business received merit scholarships by Aflac based upon their stellar performances during summer internships with the insurance company.
The creators of an online financial marketplace aiming to improve the consumer’s buying power in financial transactions won the grand prize at the 17th annual Be Your Own Boss Bowl®, a Temple University-wide business plan competition.
TD Ameritrade Institutional awarded a $25,000 grant to Temple University’s Fox School of Business to foster development of its new financial planning degree program, as part its third-annual Next Gen Financial Planning Grants.
The Fox School of Business at Temple University introduced two new undergraduate majors for the 2015-16 academic year: Supply Chain Management and Financial Planning.
Temple University’s Fox School of Business awarded William A. “Bill” Graham IV with the 2015 Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership – the school’s highest honor, for outstanding achievement, leadership, and commitment to the community by a distinguished member of industry.