Designed for novices and experts alike, the Ambler Arboretum BioBlitz on May 17 will include several programs designed to help participants identify wildlife and plants.
News and Announcements
From the “Homecoming Festival” to the crowning of Ambler’s own Homecoming royalty, there are plenty of opportunities to show your Temple pride leading up to the Homecoming Game on October 14!
As a new school year begins, Temple University Ambler is updating and adding facilities to provide students their best Temple experience inside and out of the classroom.
Faith Tiberio was a true force of — and force for — nature. With her recent passing at the age of 92, the Ambler Campus has lost a champion, but her dedication and support will never be forgotten.
At Wordsworth Academy in Fort Washington, the Temple University Ambler Aquaponics Lab and Wordsworth administrators are creating an aquaponics system that provides a unique support system for educational programs and an important connection to sustainability and environmental education.
Through September and October, the Office of Sustainability is hosting a series of Climate Action Plan Town Halls designed to provide students the opportunity to share their thoughts, ideas and visions for a greener Temple University. A Climate Action Town Hall will be held at Temple University Ambler on Thursday, September 21 at 12 p.m. in Bright Hall Room 106.
With her successful business Gardens on the Go, Tina Sottolano-Cain specializes in indoor and outdoor container gardens for home, office, or “anywhere that someone wants to grow plants.”
Police departments and other branches of law enforcement have provided dedicated support to the Special Olympics since its earliest days. It’s an honor they carry with distinction and pride. On November 10, 10 cadets from the Temple University Municipal Police Academy had the chance to be a part of that tradition during Special Olympics Fall Festival 2017. Temple’s Police Academy training takes place at the Ambler Campus.
During her time at Temple Dr. Mary Myers has worn pretty much every hat you can. Professional landscape architect; tenured professor; former chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture; past president of Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture and now a CELA Fellow; member of the Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board; Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects; Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit designer; mentor; leader; colleague; friend.
Students taking classes in the evening at Temple University Ambler and Main Campus will have more inter-campus travel options during the fall 2017 semester.