CST's top stories of 2018

CST 20th anniversary success

 

In 2018 the College of Science and Technology celebrated 20 years of innovation and discovery. Watch CST’s 20th anniversary video. Or read more about CST in the latest issue of Outlook magazine.

 

A race against time

 

A CST professor and an airline CEO work to protect Haiti’s Grand Bois mountain and its vanishing wildlife. Read more.

 

Bio professor discovers hidden reef

 

Biology professor Erik Cordes discovers a hidden reef off the coast of South Carolina. Read more.

 

Bringing dark matter to light

 

Physics Professor Jeff Martoff is working to bring dark matter to light with the support of a prestigious $1.2 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation.Read more.

 

CST graduate programs make strong showing in U.S. News rankings

 

Three College of Science and Technology programs made significant gains in the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings. Learn more about Temple rankings momentum.

 

Goldwater Scholar from CST

 

Marcus Forst, a junior physics major, has been named one of the 2018 Goldwater Scholars, recognized as the most prestigious undergraduate scholarship in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering in America.Read his remarkable story.

 

C2M2 launch will accelerate research

 

The Center for Computational Mathematics and Modeling, or C2M2, encourages collaboration across disciplines. Learn more.

 

CST researcher joins largest ever U.S.-U.K. Antarctic scientific field campaign

 

Assistant Professor Atsuhiro Muto joins largest-ever United States-United Kingdom collaborative scientific field campaign to investigate the forces that could eventually collapse the massive Thwaites Glacier in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Read more.

 

Temple part of far-reaching Delaware River watershed collaboration

 

CST is part of a wide-ranging effort to protect and restore clean water in the Delaware River watershed, the source of drinking water for 15 million people in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Delaware. Read more.