Temple is the first university in the country to receive a brownfields planning grant form the Environmental Protection Agency.
News and Announcements
The Temple University Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture will present “Star Power: Casts of Light that Stir and Spellbind” at the Philadelphia Flower Show from February 28 through March 8.
Movement and Learning in Early Childhood will be offered online with one full-day Saturday class that may be taken at Temple University Ambler or Temple University Harrisburg during the first summer session of 2015, which begins on May 11.
An historic weekend of remembrance will begin in Selma, Alabama, starting on March 5. People will come from all over the country to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march. Front and center among the commemorators will be Temple University Ambler’s own Debra Powell-Wright.
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
In 2014, the Center for Sustainable Communities has received grants totaling more than $2.65 million to research and help implement a variety of beneficial projects.
On Wednesday, October 22, at 7:30 p.m., writer and parapsychologist Peter Jordan will take students and the public on a multimedia journey through the disturbing world of ghostly phenomena. The event is free and open to the public.
Harry Shrank has been bringing his expertise to the classrooms at Temple University Ambler for more than a decade. In his dozen years at Temple University, Shrank is 12 for 12. He has taught 12 different marketing courses.
Temple Ambler History major Assunta Forgione has a very personal relationship with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The doctors at CHOP saved her life.