On Wednesday, December 7, the Office of Student Life and the Ambler Campus Student Government Association will host the 2016 Multicultural Holiday Celebration.
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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.
Dr. Lolly Tai was celebrated by Provost JoAnne Epps and Temple Athletics for her “outstanding contributions to the University.”
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
The Ambler Campus Aquaponics Research Lab is fully accredited by the AAALAC (Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care).
The Office of Non-Credit and Continuing Education will be offering a one-week Education for Sustainability (EFS) workshop that provides K through 12 educators with the tools to integrate the environment into their existing curriculum.