As the new Enrollment Coordinator at Temple University Ambler, Liz Windhaus will be among the first people with whom a prospective student or applicant will interact. She will be on the front lines of generating and converting quality leads into enrolled students.
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When Philadelphia Flower Show preparation begins at Temple University Ambler each year, that’s where Temple Horticulture staff and students come in. Their mission is to “trick” the plants into thinking that late February/early March is a perfect time to put their best blooming face forward for the signature event’s 250,000 guests.
This time of year as you continue your nature walks around the neighborhood or start venturing into local parks, you may notice weird growths on the leaves of plants. They may look kind of alien or gross to you but they are really fascinating. These growths are called galls.
Temple University Ambler’s Freshman Year Experience is expanding to provide more opportunities for students making the transition from high school to college. Beginning in fall 2019, Natural Science — a perfect entry point for almost any science or computer science major — and General Science with Teaching will be among the dozens of majors students may select when beginning their Temple experience at the Ambler Campus.
Join us in the gardens Saturday, September 14, for our annual garden party to support the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University.
At the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show, Temple University Landscape Architecture and Horticulture students and faculty were presented with a PHS Gold Medal, the Alfred M. Campbell Memorial Trophy and a PHS Gold Medal Plant Award.
The pink formations on Black Walnut trees are actually galls. These particular galls are Petiole Galls. These particular galls are caused by a type of mite - Eriophyid mite (there are many different types of these mites and others are responsible for galls in other plant species including Rose Rosette disease in roses).
Temple University Ambler offers hundreds of non-credit and continuing education programs that cater to almost any interest.
Temple Owl Brooke Harkins didn’t have to go far to get far. She found her calling right at her alma mater. A newly minted alumnus who graduated in May 2018 with a degree in Communication Studies, Harkins has been appointed Development Associate at Temple University Ambler. In her new role, she will provide essential support for the Ambler Campus Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University and the Ambler Campus Office of the Executive Director.
The SBDC, an outreach center of the Fox School of Business and Management, has been working to help fledgling businesses bridge the gap between concepts to customers since 1983. The Ambler branch of the SBDC opened its doors in the Ambler Campus Library Building in March 2019.