Temple Univ. Teams With Local Students To Design Apps And Websites
Temple University faculty and graduate students worked closely with Philadelphia high school students in the fourth-annual Urban Apps & Maps Studio Summer BITS program, in which the teens worked on their digital literacy skills while demonstrating their projects and six weeks of work. The program-ending open house event also was featured on 6ABC’s 6 p.m. news broadcast. (Video unavailable)
How to ask for a raise
Employees who think they deserve a raise don’t always know how to properly broach this topic. CBS 3 Eyewitness News’ Jim Donovan stopped by Alter Hall last week to speak with Center for Student Professional Development Executive Director Corinne Snell, Fox’s Assistant Dean for Student Professional Development, for tips on how to request a raise.
Leading the way, through charity
Student-organized events in the “The Leadership Experience” course directed by Dr. Crystal Harold, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, have garnered plenty of media attention – particularly a 4-on-4 basketball tournament supporting the family of fallen Philadelphia Police Officer Robert Wilson III. The Temple News also interviewed one of Dr. Harold’s students for a story.
Leading the way
Dr. Crystal Harold’s course “Honors: The Leadership Experience” requires students to organize an event to benefit a nonprofit or charitable cause. One of the groups in this semester’s course has organized an April 17 basketball tournament between Temple Police and Temple students to improve student-police relationships. Additionally, proceeds from the event will support the family of fallen Philadelphia Police Officer Robert Wilson III. CBS 3 spoke with Harold, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, for a story, and one of her students was featured in a podcast. WHYY NewsWorks also published a story about the fundraiser.