Months of hard work by Temple University Ambler students and faculty paid off with special honors for Temple’s 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit, Tamanend’s Track: The Path to a Portrayal of the Past.”
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“Tamanend’s Track: The Path to a Portrayal of the Past” reflects how landscape alteration has inspired regional artists within the context of modern landscape architecture and ecological restoration.
Temple’s Main Campus will become a living laboratory for the study and evaluation of stormwater management controls and practices in urban environments.
Community and Regional Planning student Sean Maxwell was able to experience stormwater management firsthand through a internship with FEMA.
For students in Temple University’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture the Reading Railroad presented a rich canvas for innovative ideas designed to revitalize the region and enrich Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
David L. Butcher is the first Community and Regional Planning alumnus from the Harrisburg Campus to be inducted into Temple’s Gallery of Success.
Community and Regional Planning students were honored with the 2013 “Student Project Award” from the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association.
Thanks to the generous support of MaryJane (MJ) Kirkpatrick, her daughter Kim Pennente, sister-in-law Lisa Schiel of the Schiel Family Foundation, and the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust, a new “Ambler Arboretum Accessible Pathway” has been developed to ensure that everyone can enjoy the Temple University Ambler campus gardens the way they were intended.
The evolution of Temple University Ambler started with what was then a revolutionary concept — providing educational opportunities for women at a time when few were available. More than 100 years later, the Ambler Campus continues to play a unique role within Temple University.