Barbara Korns, who has been a part of the Temple University community for 24 years, has been appointed Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships in University College.
News and Announcements
According to Dr. Laura Toran, Temple University Ambler is perfectly situated as a central point between several watersheds, making it a great location for the study of urban hydrology.
In the 16 years since its inception, the Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University Ambler has become a leader in researching and planning how to make communities safer, greener and healthier, partnering with state, federal and local organizations to implement plans to leave the region a better place than the Center found it.
Temple University Ambler is part of a network of sites that monitors seismic activity along the East Coast of the United States in real time as part of the Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network.
On Saturday, September 10, Temple University Ambler and the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University will celebrate the campus and its gardens at the 11th annual Rhapsody in Bloom. This year’s event will also celebrate the founding of the Division of Architecture and Environmental Design in the Tyler School of Art.
History major Sherrice Johnson’s exhibit, “Where Opulence Meets Pestilence: A Showcase of Cemeteries of the Rich and Poor,” will be on display in the Ambler Campus Library throughout October.
Dr. Lolly Tai was celebrated by Provost JoAnne Epps and Temple Athletics for her “outstanding contributions to the University.”
Graduating from Temple University Ambler with a B.S. in Landscape Architecture, Diana Fernandez has placed her stamp on innovative, cutting-edge design projects, from concepts for revitalizing the Reading Railroad site in Philadelphia to a community led waterfront project for the Port of Los Angeles.
The Center for Sustainable Communities has undertaken a multi-year project to evaluate stormwater control structures along the heavily traveled I-95 Corridor. Supported by a $1.8 million grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the two-year study will examine stormwater management best practices with the intent of helping to improve water quality in the municipalities along the corridor.
The Ambler Campus Aquaponics Research Lab is fully accredited by the AAALAC (Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care).