College of Liberal Arts Research
Temple University is a community of diverse, curious thinkers who are eager to discover more and create real impact. As a public research institution, Temple equips its students with the tools and opportunities they need to identify their passions, pursue their ideas and create real, sustainable change in the world.
Students in the College of Liberal Arts work collaboratively with each other, faculty and industry experts to tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues and answer some of its biggest questions.
Students in the College of Liberal Arts have access to the following state-of-the-art research centers and institutes.
- The Center for the Humanities at Temple is an interdisciplinary forum for scholarship and intellectual inquiry in the humanities, intended to bridge the disciplinary divide between departments and colleges.
- One of only three academic survey research centers in the United States, the Institute for Survey Research implements national computer-assisted in-person surveys across a broad range of fields in underserved communities.
- The University Community Collaborative prepares and supports youth and young adults to become confident, effective leaders, and it creates cultures that value and integrate the contributions of youth with the goal of building stronger communities.
Learn more about College of Liberal Arts research centers and institutes.
In 2016, the National Science Foundation placed Temple University among the top 100 in terms of research expenditures, which amounted to $242 million. Learn more about the university’s research support efforts.
Julia Erlanger is the research administrator in the College of Liberal Arts.
Kimberly Fahey is the director of research administration in the College of Liberal Arts.
Sandra L. Suárez is the senior associate dean for research and faculty affairs in the College of Liberal Arts.