Temple University Board of Trustees Appoints Chancellor Richard M. Englert as President
The Temple University Board of Trustees announced on Sept. 26, 2023, that Richard M. Englert will serve as our president. He will serve as chief executive for the 2023–24 academic year while a search for a new president is underway.
Englert, who joined Temple in 1976 as an assistant to the dean of the College of Education, has a rich history of leadership within the university, including serving as chancellor since his most recent presidential term concluded in 2021.
Former President JoAnne A. Epps passed away on Sept. 19, 2023, and will forever be a cherished Owl. Learn more about her legacy at Temple.
Presidential Search Process
Temple is embarking on the search for our next president—a leader who will celebrate our vibrant community and the mission that grounds all that we do. The search involves broad engagement across our community to ensure all perspectives help inform the process. Stay up to date on Temple’s presidential search process and see how it progresses.
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