Community and Regional Planning students presented their findings of a comprehensive study of Norristown's food systems to municipal officials and civic leaders.
News and Announcements
The Center for Sustainable Communities will soon begin a project to develop Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) plans for three locations in the Delaware Direct and Tookany/Tacony-Frankford watersheds, thanks to a $60,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Rhapsody in Bloom highlighted the years of dedication that Jenny Rose Carey and her husband Gus have provided to the arboretum and the Ambler Campus.
Temple University's Certificate in Sustainability provides an opportunity for students to further their knowledge and skills to contribute to sustainable systems from the viewpoint of several different disciplines.
The Ambler Campus Accounting Professional Society will host the first “CPA Dash” on Sunday, September 28, beginning at 11 a.m. Teams will meet in Bright Hall Lounge and then head out to the Loop Road on campus. The CPA Dash is “a networking team-based relay event with a dress code,” said Accounting Professional Society President Jere Ritchie.
Temple University Harrisburg will offer the Credential for Strengths-based Family Workers (SFW) program at the Fort Washington Campus beginning spring 2015.
Allen K. Folks (AS, ’76), Vice President of Planning, Design and Economics for the Southeast Asia region of AECOM, was inducted into Temple’s Gallery of Success as the 2014 representative for the School of Environmental Design.
Temple's Center for Sustainable Communities is using a $200,000 grant to develop recommendations for effectively implementing “Transportation Demand Management” policies along the Route 422 corridor.
Allison Hanna is the first in her family to attend college right out of high school. On May 15, she will complete her B.S. in Landscape Architecture and will also serve as the student speaker for the School of Environmental Design Graduation Ceremony.
John Lennon famously sang “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” Terry Cinque is living proof. In January, Cinque completed a 16-year journey that has culminated in an Associate’s degree in Horticulture.