News and Announcements

Temple University Police Academy graduation

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.

Faculty and students work in the Ambler Campus Aquaponics Lab

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.

Students use screen sharing technology to collaborate on a project.

Using a combination of Kramer wireless devices and Apple TV, students, faculty and staff have a new multiplatform tool that is perfect for collaboration.

A new moon shines over the Red Barn Gym

Temple University will close at the end of business on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016, and reopen Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.

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.

A Geographic and Information Systems map created by Center for Sustainable Communities researchers

In the 16 years since its inception, the Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University Ambler has become a leader in researching and planning how to make communities safer, greener and healthier, partnering with state, federal and local organizations to implement plans to leave the region a better place than the Center found it.

A map of the I-95 Corridor in Philadelphia

The Center for Sustainable Communities has undertaken a multi-year project to evaluate stormwater control structures along the heavily traveled I-95 Corridor. Supported by a $1.8 million grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the two-year study will examine stormwater management best practices with the intent of helping to improve water quality in the municipalities along the corridor.