About John Temple
TEMPLE, JOHN is an assistant professor and interim associate dean of the P.I. Reed School of Journalism at West Virginia University. He is a former staff writer for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Greensboro News & Record and the Tampa Tribune. In 2002, he earned a master’s in fine arts degree in creative nonfiction writing from the University of Pittsburgh. Temple also is the author of two narrative journalism books: “Deadhouse: Life in a Coroner’s Office” (2005, University Press of Mississippi) and the forthcoming “The Last Lawyer: A Death Row Attorney’s Toughest Case.” He has co-directed several j-school projects and is in the planning stages of a project in which journalism students will produce multimedia packages and do multimedia training for rural weekly newspapers in West Virginia. He enjoys carpentry, coaching baseball and spending time with his wife and two young sons.
- Was accepted for Jul 06-11 2008 Multimedia Training.
Digital media stories published elsewhere by John Temple:
- P.I. Reed School of Journalism 
Fellow John Temple, who is associate dean of P.I. Reed School of Journalism implemented a program whereby students of the school will produce multimedia projects for local papers, and in turn teach the staffers at those newspapers on how they did it. Congratulations John on spearheading this program.
Content on this site written by John Temple (includes contributory writing):
- Going Green
- This fuel-cell hybrid vehicle consumes hydrogen and spits out pure water. Transportation researchers at UC Berkeley are analyzing what it will take to put thousands of them on the road.