Learn more about how a graduate education at Temple helps students realize their goals, make meaningful connections and participate in important research initiatives.

Temple University College of Liberal Arts Anthropology student and Fulbright scholar Dana Muñiz Pacheco.

Dana Muñiz Pacheco

Anthropology PhD
College of Liberal Arts 
Class of 2021

Temple has been a space for me to grow, both personally and professionally. From the mentoring of faculty, to research and conference grants, to the diversity within the urban setting of campus, I have gained the tools to project my career after graduation. 

Temple University College of Liberal Arts History student and Fulbright scholar Eric Perinovic.

Eric Perinovic

History PhD
College of Liberal Arts 
Class of 2021

Dr. Jay Lockenour is one of the only people in the United States that I could work with on my project and research interests. He's offered me a great deal of help and support along the way. In many ways, applying to a PhD program is like applying for an apprenticeship.

Temple University Tyler School of Art and Architecture History student and Fulbright scholar William Schwaller.

William Schwaller

Art History PhD
Tyler School of Art and Architecture
Class of 2020

Temple has given me a great venue, the time to focus my research and really find myself as an art historian. Similarly, it has prepared me to teach, with ample opportunities, and to develop a style that empowers and engages my students.

Torrey Creed stands in front a wall smiling at the University of Pennsylvania.

Torrey Creed

Clinical Psychology PhD 
College of Liberal Arts 
Class of 2007

“I had the chance to learn Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and research skills from faculty who were trailblazers, which was an incredible opportunity.”

Dr. Suzie Mindel stands in front of windows smiling in an academic building at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Suzie Mindel

Clinical Psychology PhD 
College of Liberal Arts 
Class of 1998

“Temple provided me with a great foundation from which I have developed my clinical, research and teaching proficiencies."

Glass artist Amber Cowan stands smiling in her bright kitchen surrounded by glass sculptures and hanging plants.

Amber Cowan 

Ceramics/Glass MFA 
Tyler School of Art and Architecture
Class of 2011

“I had a wonderful support system at Tyler and met some of my best friends in the graduate program.”