A degree 20 years in the making
Jacqueline Arnold’s graduation was a long time coming. Many members of the Class of 2020 were in diapers when Arnold started her journey to become a Temple graduate. “Jackie started taking classes one at a time in 1999,” says Debbie Campbell, senior vice dean at the Fox School. “She’s been taking one class at a […]
Drive to ‘get things done’ defines Senior Vice Dean’s time at Fox School
Northeast Philadelphia native and Senior Vice Dean Debbie Campbell enrolled as a student at Temple University in 1985; she’s been there ever since It’s Monday morning of spring break week on the campus of Temple University. Campus is mostly quiet, as one would expect, but that’s not the case in room 364 on Alter Hall’s […]
A Class To Look Forward To
The bell rings each day at 3:10 p.m. and Cameron Johnson leaves school for the class she looks forward to the most. Over the course of her day at the Freire Charter School on Chestnut Street in Center City, the 17-year-old high school junior goes to math, biology, English, Spanish and civics classes. They are […]
Debbie Campbell | Feb. 24, 2015 | The Temple News
Improving Temple’s vet services – If passed, a proposed Pennsylvania House bill would make all veterans eligible for in-state tuition rates at state-related institutions, like Temple. An article on the proposed bill called into question Temple’s student-veteran services, on which Fox School Vice Dean and Temple Veterans Association faculty advisor Debbie Campbell is quoted.