Angela Davis, Assistant Dean of Development for University College at Temple, has been recognized for her demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion. Earlier this year she was awarded the Charles A. Wright Opportunity and Inclusion Leadership Award by the Council for Advancement and Support Education (CASE) District II.
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Temple’s University College and the Southwest Belmont Community Association, Inc. are partnering to provide financial assistance for low-income children and students in pre-K through 12th grade from diverse backgrounds in and around the city of Philadelphia to enable them to attend community programs.
It is important to come together as a campus community with empathy, with a shared commitment to learn, grow, and be part of the change. Temple Ambler has taken up that challenge to both stand up to racial oppression and look inward to identify the ways in which our own practices do not support racial equity.
Celebrate the fall season in a different way by learning about the science behind the things in nature that may scare you but are essential to their environment. Temple University Ambler EarthFest presents The Science of Scary will begin virtually on Monday, October 12.
We have been working hard all summer to make sure your campus experience is safe and academically rewarding. Whether you are new to campus or have been part of the Ambler Campus community for years, we want to make sure you have the essential information that you need all located in one place!
If you have visited Temple University Ambler and taken a tour of campus in the last four years, Kinesiology major Amanda Hoff, a member of the Class of 2020, may very well have been one of the first people you met.
Working full-time at Lansdale Hospital in the registration department for radiology outpatients, Breianah Raysor-Moore, a member of the Class of 2020, found Temple University Ambler conveniently located, allowing her to strike a balance between work and a combination of in-person and online classes.
Darryl Sanford has been part of the Temple University community for most of his adult life, initially as a student in 1983. He completed his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and shortly after graduation took a “temporary” job with Temple’s Library system. Fast-forward to 2020 and that temporary position has been a full-fledged career dedicated to supporting Temple students, faculty and staff that has spanned more than 30 years.
Temple University Psychology major Megan Harris thinks nothing of placing the needs of others before her own. She is basing her future career on the goal of helping individuals out of some of the darkest moments of their lives.
For Horticulture major Ibrahim Al-Nasser, a member of the Class of 2020, discovering horticulture was a return to a true passion. "It is riveting to be outside, to have your hands in the dirt, your feet in the mud — I lost touch with nature growing up. When I came to Pennsylvania, I strove to get outside and see more natural places, go to more parks, get more involved with tree and see them as living beings; I wanted to care for them," he said.