After nearly 50 years of service to Temple, Bonnie Frumer, Assistant Dean for Curriculum at Temple University Ambler, will soon depart the university as she begins a well-earned retirement.
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The John Paul Endicott Memorial Committee and the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University will host the 2015 Garlic in the Garden Festival in the Ambler Campus Food Crops Garden.
Temple University Ambler is offering dozens of new and returning Summer Education Camp programs, which provide kids, ‘tweens and teens with a broad range of opportunities, from building and programming robots to music and voice production and much more.
Dr. Jeffrey Featherstone, Director of the Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University, led an international team of city planners to explore and recommend revitalization efforts in the West Bank of the Jordan River. He also provided technical assistance to a second team heading to the Gaza Strip.
Jerome Hinds is pointing his Landscape Architecture degree directly at a career in urban design and stormwater management. Hinds is president of Temple’s Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Association and a member of the team that created Temple’s multiple award-winning 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit.
Accounting major Nerisa Lyn Rasing will be staying close to home following graduating, working in the General Accounting office at Temple’s Main Campus.
Catie Koruba is going to be putting her Early Childhood Education (Pre-K to 4) degree to good use as a Teacher Naturalist/Weekend Coordinator at College Settlement Camp of Philadelphia, located in Horsham, where she will work with economical disadvantaged children from throughout the Philadelphia area.
When May 2016 rolls around, it might feel like déjà vu for Nuckles. As part of the Community Development “4+1” program, she has been taking master’s level courses while completing her undergraduate degree. In just one year, she will also finish up her master’s in Community and Regional Planning.
Katherine Ament thinks a lot about food. More specifically she thinks about, and takes actions toward, ensuring that everyone, everywhere has access to food and healthy food choices.
Horticulture major Maya Czulewicz might be a little hard to pin down after graduation. You might find her at the Morris Arboretum or the Wyck Rose Garden. While others might find the prospect of two tandem jobs daunting, Czulewicz wanted the multi-faceted opportunities to hone her craft that each position brings.