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A Night of Giving Back: Joel Nafuma Refugee Center

Temple Rome staff grouped together

Through St. Paul’s Within the Walls Episcopal, the Joel Nafuma Refugee Center (JNRC) has its doors open for those who call Rome home. Last Friday, Temple University Rome sponsored a sold out Pakistani Fundraising dinner to support the refugees and asylum seekers that call JNRC their sanctuary. The JNRC supports up to 250 guests daily with a safe environment,…

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All’interno del barattolo

  All’interno del barattolo Curated by Porter Ducrist   A project of Tiziana Musi and Shara Wasserman   Following the 2018 exhibition Assurdita’ Contemporanea, the Gallery of Art of Temple University Rome is presenting a new project by Spazio In Situ, an artist run space in the neighborhood of Tor Bella Monaca, which has recently emerged as one of…

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Q&A with Adult Study Abroad Participant Susan Cohen

A Philadelphia native and Temple University graduate in accounting, Susan Cohen ’76 first studied abroad at Temple University Rome during the 1973-74 academic year. A college junior majoring in archaeology and anthropology at the time, Susan’s decision to study abroad in Rome was a natural one. A working commuter student in Philadelphia, Rome was Susan’s chance to have a…

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Q&A with Full-Time Summer Intern Matthew Kleiner

A native of Williamstown, Mass., Matthew Kleiner is currently a rising junior at Yale University. A self-described Italophile, Matthew’s love of Italy and the Italian language began when he was just ten years old, during a family vacation to Rome and the nearby region of Umbria. After that fateful vacation, Matthew and his family returned to Italy many times,…

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Digital Innovation by Prof. Bernardo Nicoletti

Bernardo Nicoletti has just published the. “Digital Transformation via Open Data in Insurance”, a chapter in the book edited by A. L: Mention, Digital Innovation Harnessing the Value of Open Data. World Scientific, This chapter aims to present the usefulness of using open data in insurance services in support of their digital transformation. It underlines the ways in which…

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Art History in Rome Goes To Caprarola

On Friday June 14th, all sections of the Art History in Rome course ventured to the town of Caprarola to see the Palazzo Farnese. Students walked through the palace which was built for the Farnese family:  begun for Cardinal Alessandro Farnese (the future pope Paul III) and completed by his grandson Cardinal Alessandro Farnese II.        …

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Temple University Rome Students Work On the Vertical Garden

On Thursday June 13th, Temple University Rome students assisted with the harvesting and planting of new herbs and vegetables for the vertical garden. Professor Pearsall’s Sustainable Environments class used this as a hands on learning opportunity where students got to see how the plants are utilised for classes, thus making the university more sustainable. One group of students harvested…

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TUR Alumni Return to Speak to Current Interns

This week, the TUR Internship class welcomed Osayuware (Tina) Engabare, Vice President, Talent & Equity of Peer Health Exchange, to talk about her TUR internship experience back in 2005 and how her international professional experience impacted her career – and Emma Krampe, TU senior majoring in civil engineering with an environmental concentration and editor-in-chief of Freely Magazine and International…

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Wine Tasting for Temple University Rome Students!

Wednesday evening, many Temple University Rome students came to a wine tasting event held by the university with guest speaker Roberta Begossi. During this event, students learned the process of making wine from the very beginning until it is ready to drink. They also learned about the different types of wines and the processes that each one has to…

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New Water Fountain Installed On Campus!

Last week Temple University Rome installed a new water fountain (just in time for the hot summer months!) located in the lower level hallway that connects the two buildings. Our campus now has two fountains providing a clean water source for students and faculty to fill up their reusable water bottles instead of buying plastic ones. We encourage you…

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