News and Announcements

Students from the Boyer School of Music and Dance performed at the Garlic in the Garden Festival in the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University.

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.

Dr. Jeffrey Featherstone went to the Gaza Strip and the West Bank for an urban revitalization project

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.

Jason Hachadorian recently started his career at the Brookings Institution.

Recent Community and Regional Planning master’s program graduate Jason Hachadorian is heading to Washington. He recently began the next chapter in his career as a research assistant with the Brookings Institution.

Dr. Nicholas Klein

This year, Dr. Nicholas Klein is bringing his passion for transportation planning to Temple University as a visiting assistant professor of Community and Regional Planning.

Dr. Heather Goldsworthy has been appointed director of Temple's NEST program

Dr. Heather Goldsworthy has been appointed the new director of Temple's NEST (Nonprofit Evaluation Services and Training) program, coordinated by Temple University Harrisburg.

Kate Axelson Benisek in the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University

Since 2014, Kate Axelson Benisek has brought her passion for “landscape storytelling” to her students at Temple University.

William Mifflin and Barabara Winter present Temple University Horticulture senior Russell Galanti the Fred Winter Memorial Award for Excellence in Horticulture.

Temple University Ambler Horticulture senior Russell Galanti was presented the Fred Winter Memorial Award for Excellence in Horticulture for 2015 by the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture.

Students participate in the Strengths-based Leadership Certificate Program at Temple University Harrisburg

The Strengths-based Leadership Certificate provides supervisors, managers, directors and emerging leaders with an opportunity to learn and practice skills leading to a more empowered workplace.

Walkers reach the finish line at the Eastern Montgomery County March of Dimes March for Babies at Temple University Ambler.

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 Elmwood Park Zoo shows off Noah the Bald Eagle at Temple University Ambler EarthFest.

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