Upon entering college, Assunta Forgione she was determined to find her voice. Temple Student Life was the pool where she decided to prove herself and she waded right into the deep end.
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Amy Roccograndi, who will soon graduate with a Master’s in Social Work, set out to fill a gap in support for adults with autism. She opened the doors to a new adult training facility — Reaching Beyond Limits — in March.
Since its inception, Temple University Ambler’s EarthFest has placed a spotlight on sustaining our communities, welcoming dozens of exhibitors and thousands of visitors each year for an outdoor, educational celebration of protecting and preserving the planet
The 18th year of the walk at the Ambler Campus will take place on Saturday, April 26. Registration begins at 9 a.m. in Bright Hall Circle
The Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University received $25,000 to develop “Green Neighborhood Tool Kits” and train community-based organizations serving Philadelphia low-income neighborhoods.
Temple is the first university in the country to receive a brownfields planning grant form the Environmental Protection Agency.
Sergeant Rebeca Cruz-Esteves, a reservist in the Army National Guard as well as a full-time student, is a perfect example of how Temple’s veteran and active duty students take charge of their futures while protecting their country.
Star Power: Casts of Light that Stir and Spellbind was awarded a Silver Medal by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society; the American Horticultural Society Environmental Award; the Alfred M. Campbell Memorial Trophy; a Special Achievement Award of the Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania; and a PHS Special Achievement Award.”
With “Star Power: Casts of Light that Stir and Spellbind,” students and faculty in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture will take visitors on a journey through the blue-tinged, shadowy "blue hour" and the sun-dappled "magic hour."
In March and April, the Center for Sustainable Communities and its community partners will be seeking the direct input of Philadelphia residents during public design workshops to help envision Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) plans for three locations