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The Elmwood Park Zoo introduces Noah the Bald Eagle to an appreciative crowd at EarthFest.

How do you plan on celebrating Earth Day this year? EarthFest 2017, Temple University Ambler’s annual outdoor educational festival celebrating Earth Day, will be held on Friday, April 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine.

Victoria Uritsky will graduate from Temple University with a degree in Biology.

When Temple University Biology major Victoria Uritsky begins her job scribing at Abington Hospital, she’ll be entering familiar territory. The 22-year old has already put in hundreds of volunteer hours at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Benjamin Snyder graduated with a degree in Horticulture from Temple University.

Horticulture major Benjamin Snyder didn’t just “Fly in Four.” He flew in 3.5, completing his degree at Temple University a full semester early.

Megan Bazin will graduate with a degree in Horticulture from Temple University.

Horticulture major Megan Bazin would be perfectly content living off the land given the opportunity. Modern life — bills to pay, responsibilities to meet — sometimes get in the way of “simple plans.” Bazin, however, has found the perfect compromise — urban agriculture. She just took the scenic route to get there.

Derek Suomi will graduate with a degree in Landscape Architecture from Temple University.

Landscape Architecture senior Derek Suomi has accepted a position with a large, multidisciplinary design firm, Kimley Horn, which was ranked #11 out of 100 by Fortune magazine, as the best company to work for in 2017.

Children enjoy a wide variety of experiences at Temple University Ambler Summer Education Camps

Temple University Ambler is planning dozens of new and returning Summer Education Camp programs, which provide kids and teens with a broad range of opportunities, from building and programming robots to video game design and forensic science.

Students and faculty work on Temple University's 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit.

“Nieuwpolders: Regenerating the Dutch Custom of Land Recovery,” draws upon the strength and spirit of Dutch land reclamation, compelling visitors to cultivate more natural space in our regional landscapes.

Faculty and students work in the Temple University Ambler Aquponics lab to develop new technologies.

Recent Temple graduates Austin Smith and Justin Santoro have developed a “one-stop shopping” real-time monitoring system for aquaponics

Barbara Korns named University College Director of Business Development

Barbara Korns, who has been a part of the Temple University community for 24 years, has been appointed Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships in University College.

Dr. Laura Toran, Professor of Earth and Environmental Science in Temple’s College of Science and Technology

According to Dr. Laura Toran, Temple University Ambler is perfectly situated as a central point between several watersheds, making it a great location for the study of urban hydrology.

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