Temple features CST pioneers
For Women's History Month, Temple University featured a story from its archives on Dr. Barbara Brownstein, a molecular geneticist and chair of the Department of Biology who became the university's first provost. Read about her and many other Temple pioneers here.
Another story details how the university is honoring its many female pioneers through historical markers across campus. Near Beury Hall, home to the Department of Chemistry, a plaque tells the story of Hazel Tomlinson, CST '26, '28, who taught chemistry at Temple for nearly 50 years and who inspired generations of students to excel.