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Charlotte daughter Sharon Washington Risher explores loss, faith and forgiveness at Temple University Ambler

On Wednesday, March 8, Reverend Sharon Washington Risher will present “Tattered Pieces: A Charleston Daughter Explores Loss, Faith and Forgiveness,” at 7 p.m. at Temple University Ambler, Learning Center Auditorium.

Temple University’s Office of Non-Credit Continuing Education is introducing test preparation courses to prepare students for the GRE, GMAT, and LSAT exams.

Temple University’s Office of Non-Credit Continuing Education is introducing test preparation courses to prepare students for the GRE, GMAT, and LSAT exams. The GMAT Prep Course starts March 28 continues Tuesdays and Thursdays through April 20. The GRE prep course begins March 29 and continues Mondays and Wednesdays through April 24. The LSAT Prep Course starts April 26, and continues Mondays and Wednesdays through June 7.

Temple University's 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit won several major awards.

Temple University's 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit won several major awards.

Chris Willard, Director of the Temple University Municipal Police Academy.

Chris Willard, who has been with Temple's Criminal Justice Training Programs since 2008, was recently appointed Director of the Temple University Municipal Police Academy.

The Elmwood Park Zoo introduces Noah the Bald Eagle to an appreciative crowd at EarthFest.

How do you plan on celebrating Earth Day this year? EarthFest 2017, Temple University Ambler’s annual outdoor educational festival celebrating Earth Day, will be held on Friday, April 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine.

Temple University Police Academy graduation

For the first time, Pennsylvania’s state park rangers, overseen by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservations and Natural Resources, are being trained by Temple University’s Criminal Justice Training Programs.

Faculty and students work in the Ambler Campus Aquaponics Lab

At Temple University Ambler, students experience the best of both worlds — a Temple degree at a convenient suburban campus location with support specific to their needs and interests.

Students use screen sharing technology to collaborate on a project.

Using a combination of Kramer wireless devices and Apple TV, students, faculty and staff have a new multiplatform tool that is perfect for collaboration.

Students and faculty work on Temple University's 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit.

“Nieuwpolders: Regenerating the Dutch Custom of Land Recovery,” draws upon the strength and spirit of Dutch land reclamation, compelling visitors to cultivate more natural space in our regional landscapes.

Faculty and students work in the Temple University Ambler Aquponics lab to develop new technologies.

Recent Temple graduates Austin Smith and Justin Santoro have developed a “one-stop shopping” real-time monitoring system for aquaponics

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