Rhapsody in Bloom highlighted the years of dedication that Jenny Rose Carey and her husband Gus have provided to the arboretum and the Ambler Campus.
News and Announcements
The Center for Sustainable Communities will soon begin a project to develop Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) plans for three locations in the Delaware Direct and Tookany/Tacony-Frankford watersheds, thanks to a $60,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Community and Regional Planning students presented their findings of a comprehensive study of Norristown's food systems to municipal officials and civic leaders.
The Temple University Office of Non-Credit and Special Programs is collaborating with the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders to offer “Speak Now,” a one-week summer education camp, which beings Monday, August 11.
Twenty-Five years ago, John F. Collins, FASLA, and a dedicated group of faculty built on 75 years of environmental education offered at Temple University Ambler to create prestigious four-year programs in Landscape Architecture and Horticulture that have generated dedicated leaders in every field of the green industry.
Temple University Ambler's graduates are an exemplary group of diverse students who will soon begin the next chapter in their lives in a wide variety of fields, from community and regional planning and horticulture to finance and landscape architecture. To honor our graduating class, Temple University Ambler is profiling just a few of the shining examples of the class of 2014.
Alain-Stephane Wognin Moulot has lived in more countries than many of us are likely to ever visit. Born in Abidjan in the Ivory Coast, Moulot has a vision of the world that he would like to help come to pass.
From the outset, Jiting Deng, who will graduate this month with a master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning, embraced the Temple experience just as much as Temple has embraced her.
Matt Smith was the fourth semi-finalist for the Presidential Management Fellows program from Temple’s Community and Regional Planning (CRP) program in four years and the third finalist during the same time frame — an almost unheard of accomplishment among planning programs in the country.
John Lennon famously sang “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” Terry Cinque is living proof. In January, Cinque completed a 16-year journey that has culminated in an Associate’s degree in Horticulture.