Temple University On-Campus Resources:
Institutional Diversity at Temple University – http://diversity.temple.edu/
The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership embodies Temple University’s commitment to sustain and nurture a strong inclusive campus community, capitalizing on our demographic diversity to inspire meaningful engagement across identity groups in all their various forms.
Wellness Center – http://wellness.temple.edu/
The Wellness Resource Center is an on-campus office staffed by health professionals and peer health educators (known as HEART peers) who are committed to providing comprehensive wellness education, resources, and prevention services to Temple University students.
Disability Resources and Services – http://disabilityresources.temple.edu/
Temple University is committed to the full inclusion of students with a disability in all programs and services. Disability Resources and Services (DRS) facilitates access and accommodations on an individualized basis and provides opportunities for students with a disability to grow and develop.
Best Practices for the Inclusive Philosophy Classroom – http://phildiversity.weebly.com/
This website is the result of an inter-departmental effort, started by MAP, to create an easily accessible launching pad for teachers who want to make their philosophy classrooms more inclusive.
The UPDirectory – http://www.theupdirectory.com/
The UPDirectory publicizes information about philosophers who are members of traditionally underrepresented groups in philosophy. The purpose of the directory is to provide an easy-to-use resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the work of philosophers who belong to underrepresented groups within the discipline.
The directory includes information about philosophers who belong to traditionally underrepresented groups in philosophy and who (1) write philosophy in English and (2) have a position researching or teaching philosophy, or (3) have previously held a position in philosophy and are still active in philosophy, or (4) have published an article in a philosophy journal or a book on a philosophy list, or (5) either hold or are working towards a PhD. or M.A. in philosophy and conduct research in philosophy.
Additional Temple University specific Organizations