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Heather Earlin: Making Sense of the World to Help Others

Newly minted Temple Ambler Owl Heather Earlin has a specific motivation for pursuing her degree in Psychology. “When I look at things from a psychological standpoint, the world makes much more sense to me,” she said. “I can analyze why people do what they do and why they say certain things or chose to approach situations the way they do. It gives me a better understanding of the world around me.”

Temple Small Business Development Center and Warrior Rising launch Small Business Special Forces Incubator

A printmaker, a health and wellness coach, a cardboard manufacturer sit in a classroom among other classmates with two major things in common. All are veterans and all are entrepreneurs ready to grow their business. The Temple Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Warrior Rising are launching a Small Business Special Forces Incubator, a six-month program located at the Temple University Ambler Campus SBDC location.

Cat Meholic: Recording History Through Plants

Cat Meholic, the Ambler Arboretum's new Curatorial Horticulturist, performs a critical function as the registrar of the plant collections, coordinating documentation from the point of acquisition through installation. Additionally, the position is responsible for evaluating accessions — additions to the collections — documenting their health and status in the garden and their effectiveness towards fulfilling the scope of the collections.

Moe Greene: Teaching the next generation to protect the nation’s treasures

After seven years as a law enforcement ranger at the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Moe Greene has returned to Temple Ambler to help train the current group of students completing their ProRanger experience.

Student have fun during Week of Welcome at Temple Ambler!

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.

Temple University Ambler will offer free volunteer income tax assistance to low-to-moderate income families

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program will be offered on Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Ambler Campus Learning Center from February 9 through April 12, 2019.

Children enjoy a wide variety of experiences at Temple University Ambler Summer Education Camps

Temple University Ambler is planning dozens of new and returning Summer Education Camp programs, which provide kids and teens with a broad range of opportunities, from building and programming robots to video game design and forensic science.

Hundreds of walkers take part in the March of Dimes March for Babies at Temple University Ambler each year.

One of the largest charitable endeavors held on campus is the March of Dimes March for Babies. For 21 consecutive years, Temple University Ambler has served as the Eastern Montgomery County March of Dimes March for Babies host.

A band performs at the Summer Cincert Series sponsored by Temple University Ambler and Upper Dublin Parks and Recreation

Each Sunday from July 7 through August 25, 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 eleventh year.

Hanne Nilsberg graduated with a degree in Landscape Architecture

To honor our graduating class, Temple University Ambler is profiling just a few of the shining examples of the class of 2019.

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