Artists, Lectures and Programs

Foundations of Study Abroad – Monday, February 11, 10 am, Tuttleman 200. Repeats Tuesday@3:30, Thursday@12:30, Friday@1

Celebrating 400 Years Exhibition Opening – Friday, February 15, 1 – 3 pm, Blockson Collection, Sullivan Hall

Dissent in America Teach In: Central American Caravans: Migrant Power and Migrant Suffering – Friday, February 15, 2 pm, Gladfelter 914

Boardwalk Birthday Bash – Friday, February 15, 9pm – 12am, Howard Gittis Student Center Room 217. Enjoy carnival games with your fiends while you snack on popcorn and cake to celebrate a very important birthday. You’ll even have a chance to win one of the amazing raffle baskets filled with cool prizes.

Free Bus Trip to Queens, NY – Saturday, February 16, 9 am – 7:30 pm, 13th & Diamond Streets. This bus will go:

You may go to any place in NYC you want as long as you’re at the MoMA PS1 by 5 pm to board the bus home. Ticket signup is online starting at 9 am on Monday, February 4. You must be logged into your TUMail account to sign up. If you need a wheel-chair accessible bus, please email miss.kari@temple.edu no later than 4 pm on Friday, February 8 so an accessible bus can be ordered.


On the Horizon…

TUFMA LinkedIn Workshop  – Monday, February 18, 3-5pm, Architecture 304All majors are welcome and encouraged to attend!

2nd Annual Temple University Consortium on Women, Marriage & The Household: A Day-long Conference on Women and Healing – Monday, February 18, 8:30 – 5 pm, Anderson 821. Registration encouraged.

Study in England Info Session – Monday, February 18, noon, Tuttleman 200

Foundations of Study Abroad – Monday, February 18, 4 pm, Tuttleman 200. Repeats Thursday@10, Friday@2

Architecture and Environmental Design Career Fair – Tuesday, February 19, 4:30 – 7:30 pm, Architecture 103 an 104.

Education Meet, Greet, and Resume Critique – Tuesday, February 19, 4-6 pm, Ritter Annex, Shimada Resource Center. Join us for a pop-up meet and greet with recruiters from Kelly Educational Staffing and the Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia. Learn about their organizations and receive helpful advice on improving your resume.

Fellowships Advising: Fellowships 101 – Tuesday, February 194 pm, Tuttleman Learning Center, Writing Center, Room 201. Interested in applying for nationally competitive scholarships that fund supplemental undergraduate experiences (like research or study abroad), as well as post-undergraduate opportunities? Come learn about scholarships and fellowships like the Boren, Goldwater, Truman, Udall, Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright.

Business Entities for Artists – Tuesday, February 19, 6:30 pm, Tyler B-89

Global Temple Conference – Wednesday, February 20, 10 am – 3 pm, Student Center 2nd Floor

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

Make a Game Everyday in Unity 3D – Wednesday, February 20, 11 am, Digital Scholarship Center, Paley Library

Ambler Campus: Flower Show Exhibit Volunteer Meeting – Wednesday, February 20, 12:30, Bright Hall Lounge

Digital Fabrication – Wednesday, February 20, 1 pm, Digital Scholarship Center, Paley Library

Dissent in America Teach In: Reformed to Death: The Strange Dissolution of the Soviet Union – Wednesday, February 20, 3 pm, Anderson Hall 1221

International Lecture Series: America First Vs. Global Policy – Wednesday, February 20, 3 pm, Student Center 200AB. Panel discussion with Ignazio R. Marino, M.D., Sc. D., F.A.C.S, Former Mayor of Rome and Former Senator of the Republic of Italy and Trudy Rubin, Foreign Affairs Columnist and Editorial Board Member, The Philadelphia Inquirer. Moderated by Richard Deeg,Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Professor of Political Science. RSVPs required.

Film Screening: El rey de la Habana (The King of Havana) – Wednesday, February 20, 3 pm, Anderson 102

Graduate Student Career Ready Workshop Series: CV, Resume & Cover Letter Writing – Wednesday, February 20, 4 pm, Mitten Hall, ARC Multipurpose Room.Designed for graduate students, this session aims to assist attendees with developing effective strategies for constructing their professional marketing materials.

Critical Dialogues: Eleanor Ray – Wednesday, February 20, 6 pm, Tyler B-04

Black History Month Film Series: Bastards of the Party – Wednesday, February 20, 6 pm, Tuttleman 103

Women and the Spectacle of Politics: The Theater in Lima, 1800-1850 – Thursday, February 21, 12:30 pm, CHAT Lounge, 10th Floor, Gladfelter

Mission Possible: Starting a Nonprofit – Thursday, February 21, 4 pm, Blackstone Launchpad, lower level, Student Center

Temple University Poets & Writers Series Presents Fiction Writer, Christopher Castellani – Thursday, February 21, 5:30 p.m. 821 Anderson Hall. 

The Arbiters of What Our Voters See”: Facebook and Google’s Stuggle with Facts, Values, and the Identity Basis of Politics – Friday, February 22, 10 am, Paley Library Lecture Hall

Resume Reviews in the Lobby – Friday, February 22, 11 am – 2 pm, Tyler Lobby. Free coffee or tea while you have your resume reviewed.

Dissent in America Teach-in: Ukraine and Russia- A Fraternal Clash – Friday, February 22, 2 pm, Gladfelter 914

Ambler Campus: Landscape Architecture & Horticulture Association Movie Night: The Lorax – Friday, February 22, 6 pm, Bright Hall Lounge

Elaine Brown Lecture: Jonathan Palant, Homeless, Not VoicelessFriday, February 22, 6:30 pm, Temple Performing Arts Center


Ambler Campus Spring Blood Drive – Monday, February 25, 11 am – 4 pm, Bright Hall Lounge

Comparative Politics Colloquium: Authoritarian Deepening in the Middle East: A Fuzzy-set Approach – Monday, February 25, noon, Gladfelter 413

Temple University Institute for Public Affairs Internships Info Session – Monday, February 25, 2 – 4 pm, Anderson Hall, Room 821. The Institute for Public Affairs at Temple offers full-time internships in PA’s capital and Washington, DC every semester. These programs allow students of any major to earn full-time credits while gaining valuable career experience through guaranteed internships and awards of $2000-$2500 for each student.

Foundations of Study Abroad – Tuesday, February 16, 12:30 pm, Tuttleman 200. Repeats Thursday@2, Friday@11

Midday Arts Series: An Afternoon with David Jackson Ambrose and Michael Neff – Tuesday, February 26, 12:30 pm, Paley Library Lecture Hall

The Art of Recovery: An Exhibit of Artwork by Women in Recovery from Eating Disorders – Tuesday, February 26, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm, Tyler Lobby. Artwork, created by adolescent girls and women recovering from eating disorders at The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia, will be on display offering an in-depth look at the complexity and journey from eating disorders to recovery. The Renfrew Center’s Creative Arts Therapies Supervisor, Sondra Rosenberg, ATR-BC, will interpret the powerful themes contained with the images. Attendees will also learn how to identify someone who may be struggling with an eating disorder and how to help them get the treatment they need. 

Temple University Student Alumni Association Freshman Refresh – Tuesday, February 26, 7-9 pm, Morgan Hall South Main Lobby

Planning a Budget for Study Abroad – Wednesday, February 27, 10 am, Tuttleman 200

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

How to Treat Yourself with Kindness – Wednesday, February 27, 11 am, Student Center 217A

Leading the Pack: Maintaining and Executing Leadership Qualities – Wednesday, February 27, 1 pm, Blackstone Launchpad, lower level, Student Center

Ambler Campus Arboretum Speaker Series: Build Your Own Terrarium Make & Take – Wednesday, February 27, 7 pm, Learning Center Auditorium (materials fee, must preregister)

16th Annual Underground Railroad & Black History Conference – Thursday, February 28, 10 am – 4 pm, Ritter/Walk Auditoriums, Ritter Hall

Queer Connect – Thursday, February 28, 11 am – 1 pm, Anderson Hall, Room 821. For all LGBTQIA+ students and allies that are interested in casually connecting with companies to build their network while learning about a variety of skills for navigating the workforce as a queer person.

The Philadelphia Story: Du Bois, Cecil B. Moore, and History – Thursday, February 28, 11 am, Walk Auditorium, Ritter Hall

Can I Use That Photo? – Thursday, February 28, 12:30 pm, Digital Scholarship Center, Paley Library

Dissent in America Teach-in: Islamophobia in China, America, and Beyond – Friday, March 1, 2 pm, Gladfelter 914

Temple Japan Info Session – Friday, March 1, 3 pm, Tuttleman 200


SPRING BREAK! Monday, March 4 – Friday, March 8


Resume Reviews in the Lobby – Tuesday, March 12, 2-4 pm, Tyler Lobby. Free coffee or tea while you have your resume reviewed.

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

Critical Dialogues: Letha Wilson – Wednesday, March 13, 6 pm, Tyler B-04

Architecture Lecture: David Rupp, Tyler Alum + Jean Nouvel project in Dubai – Thursday, March 14, 5 pm, Architecture 104

Careers Outside the Box Annual Creative Career Day – Friday, March 15, 10 am – 1:30 pm, Tyler Lobby

  • Panel Discussion: service opportunities after college 10-11 am
  • Panel Discussion: alumni doing unexpected things 11-12
  • Informal alumni networking in the lobby 12 – 1:30

Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds Lecture – Monday, March 18, 6 pm, Architecture 104 (tent)

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon – Tuesday, March 19, 10 am – 5:30 pm, Tyler Lobby (tent)

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

Critical Dialogues: Jennifer Packer – Thursday, March 21, 6 pm, Tyler B-04

Artist Talk: Carol Saylor, In Light and Color: Workshop by an Artist who happens to be deaf and blind – Saturday, March 23, 11:30 am, Tyler B-86. Carol is a Tyler alum (BFA Painting, BS Art Education, ’76)


Architecture Lecture: Rachel Goffe, Dept of Geography and Urban Studies – Tuesday, March 26, 5 pm, Architecture 104. Rachel Goffe, Ph.D., R.A. is a human geographer and a licensed architect. Her research focuses on the relationships among the built environment, land rights, and livelihood. She has done research in Jamaica, where she is originally from, and in Philadelphia, where she has lived for many years. In Jamaica, she investigated new policy regarding squatting, to understand how that process was shaped by the negotiations of informal residents with various aspects of the Jamaican state—from social welfare to enforcement agencies. Dr. Goffe earned a Bachelor’s in Architecture from Temple University and a Ph.D. from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

Critical Dialogues: Peter McGough – Wednesday, March 27, 6 pm, Tyler B-04

Visiting Lecture: JULM Studios (Jason Urban/Leslie Mutchler) – Thursday, March 28, 6 pm, Architecture 104


Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

Artists in Communities Panel – Wednesday, April 3, 11 am, Architecture 104

Critical Dialogues: Caitlin Cherry – Wednesday, April 3, 6 pm, Tyler B-04

Architecture Lecture: Allison Cobb, Poet-essayist – Wednesday, April 3, 5:30 pm, Anderson 821. Allison Cobb is the author of After We All Died (Ahsahta Press); Plastic: an autobiography (Essay Press EP series); Born2 (Chax Press); and Green-World, originally published by Factory School with a new edition in 2018 from Nightboat Books. Her work has appeared in Best American Poetry, Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, and many other journals. She works for the Environmental Defense Fund and lives in Portland, Oregon, where she co-hosts The Switch reading, art, and performance series and performs in the collaboration Suspended Moment.

Free Bus Trip to Old City First Friday Art Walk – Friday, April 5, 6 pm, 13th & Diamond Street. Bus is first come/first served and will leave as soon as it’s full. No tickets required. Bus leaves at 8:45 pm to return to campus.

Free Bus Trip to AIPAD, NYC – Saturday, April 6, 9 am – 7:30 pm, 13th & Diamond Streets. This bus will go to the AIPAD Photography Show (ticket price TBD) at Pier 94, with a drop-off in midtown Manhattan at 55th & 8th Street for those who don’t want to go to the AIPAD show. You may go to any place in you want as long as you’re back at either 55th & 8th at 4:45 OR Pier 94 at 5 pm to board the bus home. Ticket signup is online starting at 9 am on Monday, March 25. You must be logged into your TUMail account to sign up. If you need a wheel-chair accessible bus, please email miss.kari@temple.edu no later than 4 pm on Friday, March 29 so an accessible bus can be ordered.

Artist Talk: Christina Lukac, Art Making Strategies for Individuals in the Life Skills and Autism Support Program – Saturday, April 6, 11:30 am, Tyler B-86


Salary Negotiation Workshop – Tuesday, April 9, 5:30 – 8:30 pm, Architecture 104. Details to follow.

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery

Architecture Lecture: Flavio Janches, Principal Blinder Janches – Wednesday, April 10, 4 pm, Architecture 104. Flavio Janches is a practicing architect, researcher, and professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He received his Ph.D. in Architecture at TU Delft, The Netherlands, in 2015, and previously a Diploma of Architect from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He is the principal of BJC Architecture Studio, specializing in architecture and urban design. Janches is a professor in the University of Buenos Aires, a guest lecturer at the Berlage Institute and a visiting scholar at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American studies at Harvard University. Janches is the author of the book “Public Space in a Fragmented City” (Nobuko, 2012). Along with his research, Janches directs the Argentine office of the Playspace Foundation, a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands, with the mission of improving the life of children in slums. Under Flavio’s direction, the organization has carried out multiple physical interventions throughout Buenos Aires’ shanty-towns, focusing on improving the quality of public spaces.

Critical Dialogues: Jayce Clayton – Wednesday, April 10, 6 pm, Tyler B-04


Therapy Dogs & Bunnies – Monday, April 15, 11 am – 1 pm, TBA

Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.

Critical Dialogues: Roberto Tejada – Wednesday, April 17, 6 pm, Tyler B-04


Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.


Cookie Jar & Java – Every Wednesday, 11 am – 11:45 am, Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery. Free coffee and cookies when the galleries open each week.


GRADUATION!