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For Sale by Owner: Is It Worth It?

We’re all looking for ways to save money these days. And the process of buying and selling a home is no exception. Last year, 7% of completed home sales were “for sale by owner” (FSBO), and that number is expected to climb. Going solo has its pros and cons – but is it for you? Here are 8 factors to consider: FSBO May Be a Good Idea If: You don’t need to make a lot of money on the sale. Historically, the ROI on FSBOs is lower than on agent-assisted sales. In 2018, the National Association of R

2017: Our Year in Review - Temple University College of Public Health

2017 was a year of unprecedented growth for the college. I am proud to share that among our many milestones this year was our accreditation as a school of public health by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). While 26 of our academic programs already maintain accreditation, our school-level accreditation marks a new era for us. It affirms our innovative approach to public health education and research, the excellence of our faculty and students, and the importance of our partnershi

MPH Student Points Out Cracks in Water Lead Testing Systems

CPH graduate Dr. Michael Rosen (MPH 2017) is the first named author of a discussion article to appear in the July 15 issue of the journal Science of the Total Environment. “A discussion about public health, lead and Legionella pneumophila in drinking water supplies in the United States” discusses the complex issues of lead and Legionella – the bacterium that causes Legionnaire’s disease – in U.S. drinking water systems. The paper examines the Flint, Michigan, water crisis and the spike in cases

Op-Ed: Harsh New Federal Budget Should Fuel Public Health Advocacy

As I read the new budget proposal that the Trump administration released on Tuesday, my head spun. The gutting of programs that support education, healthcare, and research is vast, its potential impact so devastating not only to the health of individuals and institutions but to our wellbeing as a society. As painful and mind-boggling as it may be to many in our field, it’s important to sift through these policies and consider their consequences. And most importantly, to consider what it means t

2016 Year in Review: Temple University College of Public Health

Welcome To Our Year In Review At the Temple University College of Public Health, we are reimagining our field. We see public health as a transdisciplinary approach to understanding the factors that shape the health of populations—as well as the ways in which those factors affect the design of healthcare, and its delivery to individuals. This spirit of innovation has transformed the college. It can be seen in the research we are doing, the educational experiences we are providing, and the new o

Where the Arts and Public Health Meet, a New Approach For Flint

In today’s world, it seems natural to make accommodations so that people with visual, hearing or mobility impairments can enjoy the full range of everyday experiences and opportunities. But what about individuals whose challenges might not be apparent? Roger Ideishi, associate professor of occupational therapy and director of the college's occupational therapy program, is helping arts organi zations around the country become more inclusive—and now he’s taking his expertise to one city that has a
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