Temple has begun the first phase of a three-year project to provide a centralized “one-stop-shopping” registration and payment system — DestinyOne — for all of Temple’s continuing education and noncredit programs.
News and Announcements
On Tuesday, November 11, Temple will honor our veteran alumni, current students, faculty and staff who have served or are serving in the armed forces during the 6th Annual Veterans Day Ceremony and Main and Ambler campuses.
In addition to Tuesday, November 11, Veterans Day ceremonies, Temple has planned several events throughout Military Appreciation Month to honor our veteran and active duty students.
The Center for Sustainable Communities presented key findings of a flood mitigation and stormwater management study in the Ambler Area Watersheds along with preliminary floodplain maps during a public meeting on November 12.
Working with the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at Temple University Ambler, Kevin J. Ruth (BA '82) and his wife Georgette have established an endowed $100,000 fund that will provide scholarships for students of all majors attending Temple University Ambler.
Dr. Sasha Eisenman returned to Kyrgyzstan in November for the release of the dual Kyrgyz/Russian language version of his book, Medicinal Plants of Central Asia: Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Temple University Harrisburg (TUH) and Temple University Japan (TUJ) are joining forces to offer nonprofit professionals a collaborative program that provides international training and leadership development.
Landscape Architecture Associate Professor Baldev Lamba was recently elected president of the Pennsylvania-Delaware Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Sarah Powell, Director of Emergency Management at Temple University, and Charles Leone, Executive Director of the Temple University Department of Campus Safety Services, recently presented “Run, Hide, Fight: Personal Preparedness for Possible Incidents on Campus" at Temple Ambler.
Twenty-Five years ago, John F. Collins, FASLA, and a dedicated group of faculty built on 75 years of environmental education offered at Temple University Ambler to create prestigious four-year programs in Landscape Architecture and Horticulture that have generated dedicated leaders in every field of the green industry.