Graduating from Temple University Ambler with a B.S. in Landscape Architecture, Diana Fernandez has placed her stamp on innovative, cutting-edge design projects, from concepts for revitalizing the Reading Railroad site in Philadelphia to a community led waterfront project for the Port of Los Angeles.
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Temple University Ambler has planned welcome events for students to help them start the year off right by meeting new friends, having fun and acclimating to their new environment.
From the “Homecoming Festival” to the crowning of Ambler’s own Homecoming King and Queen, there are plenty of opportunities to show your Temple pride leading up to the Homecoming Game on September 24!
Each Sunday from now through September 4, music will fill the summer air at Temple University Ambler. The campus has teamed up with Upper Dublin Parks and Recreation to bring the township’s Sunday Evening Summer Concert Series to Temple University Ambler for the ninth year.
On Saturday, September 10, Temple University Ambler and the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University will celebrate the campus and its gardens at the 11th annual Rhapsody in Bloom. This year’s event will also celebrate the founding of the Division of Architecture and Environmental Design in the Tyler School of Art.
Liam Cleary, 34, of Lederach, served for seven years with the United States Army 82nd Airborne, achieving the rank of sergeant. He will graduate with a B.S. in Landscape Architecture.
Javon Johnson is Temple Made through and through. Her older sisters Jalene and Jaslyn Johnson (collectively known as the JJs with Javon when they were growing up) are recent Temple graduates. Her brother Joshua Johnson is a freshman. Her father Jerome Johnson worked at Temple University Hospital (her mom did too 20 years ago).
John Hesdon is unique among his fellow Temple owls. Not only is he a Film and Media Arts major, he’s also a member of the ProRanger Philadelphia program, a partnership between Temple University and the National Park Service to train park rangers. That combination is a first.
Kelly Tascarella runs toward dangers that, rightfully, would send others fleeing in the opposite direction. At just 22, Tascarella already has nearly six years under her belt as a volunteer firefighter with the Fort Washington Fire Company.
In just five years at Temple, Amelija Sorg-Taylor has been able to complete not one, but two degree programs as part of the Department of Planning and Community Development’s “4+1” program.