From new technology-supported breakout and meeting spaces to new specialized equipment to new software, the Ambler Campus has been enjoying advances in the technology capabilities available for students, faculty and staff throughout the summer.
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A collaboration between Temple University Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture faculty and students and community volunteers transformed the parking lot of Starbucks at the intersection of State and Main in Doylestown Borough into a greener, people-friendly Town Square.
History major Sherrice Johnson’s exhibit, “Where Opulence Meets Pestilence: A Showcase of Cemeteries of the Rich and Poor,” will be on display in the Ambler Campus Library throughout October.
For the first time, Pennsylvania’s state park rangers, overseen by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservations and Natural Resources, are being trained by Temple University’s Criminal Justice Training Programs.
At Temple University Ambler, students experience the best of both worlds — a Temple degree at a convenient suburban campus location with support specific to their needs and interests.
If Dr. Frankenstein worked with plants instead of bodies, he’d still have nothing on Temple University Ambler alumnus Brandon Huber. It’s no wonder that when his pride and joy — a 6-foot, 4-inch tall, 38-inch wide behemoth of a flowering plant — recently bloomed, it was welcomed by thousands of visitors to the greenhouse it currently calls home.
As Director of Development at Temple Ambler, Angela J. Davis is responsible for securing resources for the Ambler Campus and working with alumni and friends dedicated to the success of the campus.
Using a combination of Kramer wireless devices and Apple TV, students, faculty and staff have a new multiplatform tool that is perfect for collaboration.
Temple University will close at the end of business on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016, and reopen Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.
Dr. Lolly Tai was celebrated by Provost JoAnne Epps and Temple Athletics for her “outstanding contributions to the University.”