News and Announcements

Joseph Imszennik Appointed Facilities Manager at Temple Ambler

With 20 years of facilities management under his belt — many of those years at prestigious golf courses throughout the region and five years at Temple’s Main Campus  — Joseph Imszennik has been involved in all aspects of keeping facilities running at peak efficiency. He is now turning those skills and attention to detail toward Temple Ambler as the campus’ new Facilities Manager.  

EarthFest 2019 Takes Visitors on an Aquaponics Adventure

At EarthFest 2019 on Friday, April 26, visitors will be taken on an “Aquaponics Adventure” thanks to a collaboration between six organizations and schools, including the Temple University Ambler Aquaponics lab, to share a diversity of projects and activities being undertaken throughout the region.

Temple University Ambler entrance sign

It is important to come together as a campus community with empathy, with a shared commitment to learn, grow, and be part of the change. Temple Ambler has taken up that challenge to both stand up to racial oppression and look inward to identify the ways in which our own practices do not support racial equity.

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.

Breianah Raysor-Moore: Delving Deep into the Human Mind

Working full-time at Lansdale Hospital in the registration department for radiology outpatients, Breianah Raysor-Moore, a member of the Class of 2020, found Temple University Ambler conveniently located, allowing her to strike a balance between work and a combination of in-person and online classes.

Sarah Naughton shares her tarantulas

Some people are dog people. Others are cat people. Still others have a marvelous menagerie of furry, feathery and scaly friends. Sarah Naughton, a Certified Investigator Trainer at Temple University Harrisburg, took a decidedly different path.

Temple University Ambler Front Entrance

The Freshman Year Experience at Ambler allows students to choose from one of several Temple programs and complete their first year at the Ambler Campus

Civil Engineering Students work to complete a 23-foot-long steel bridge.

Civil Engineering students have been involved several hands-on projects at Temple Ambler, which resulted in the creation of a concrete canoe and a 23-foot-long steel bridge.

Temple University offers free volunteer income tax assistance to low-to-moderate income families

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is offered from now through April 11, 2020.

Combating Stress with Nature at Temple Ambler

The benefits from getting outside and engaging in outdoor activities for the mind, body and spirit are well-documented and help to create a lasting connection to nature that help promote happiness and good health. The Ambler Arboretum and the Ambler Campus are an excellent resource to reconnect with the world around you and reap the healing benefits of reacquainting yourself with the natural world.