Chill winds didn’t cool the enthusiasm of the 5,000 students, teachers, parents and chaperones that spent April 20 celebrating the Earth at Temple University Ambler.
News and Announcements
Six-time Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and Yale Fellow Karyl Evans will share Beatrix Farrand’s rich history when she presents her new documentary, The Life and Gardens of BEATRIX FARRAND, during the Ambler Arboretum’s Celebration of Women in Horticulture, on Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m., in the Ambler Campus Learning Center Auditorium.
Drawing deeply from the inspiration of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show theme — “Wonders of Water” — Temple University Ambler landscape architecture and horticulture students shaired “Within Reach: Unlocking the Legacy of our Hidden River” at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The Temple University Ambler Campus testing center has been officially certified by the National College Testing Association (NCTA).
On Wednesday, December 6, the Office of Student Life and the Ambler Campus Student Government Association will host the 2017 Multicultural Holiday Celebration.
A dedicated group of volunteers worked diligently to make Dilworth Park’s Wintergarden, featuring America’s Garden Capital Maze, a reality and Temple students, faculty and staff have been right there in the thick of it building a winter oasis among the high rises.
On Tuesday, November 7, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Temple University Ambler Student Government Association and the Office of Student Life will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive in the Campus Lounge (Bright Hall).
While the expectation was that the region would see typically good fall color in mid-October, consistent above average temperatures has pushed back peak season to early November, according to Ambler Arboretum of Temple University Director Kathy Salisbury.
Engineering, in partnership with the Temple University Ambler Aquaponics Lab, the school district’s Career Technical Education (CTE) program, and six area schools, is sponsoring 30 students from W.B. Saul, Abraham Lincoln and George Washington Carver high schools, in an 18-month project to build and place aquaponics systems in the heart of North Philadelphia.
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.