Temple’s 2019 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit, Hip Haven: Hangin’ Loose at a Home Refuge, is a tale of two environments — the reflective, hard surfaces of The Machine and the colorful, free-flowing refuge found in The Haven.
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During the Philadelphia Flower Show, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture students and faculty invite visitors to “get hip to living more responsibly.” Temple’s exhibit, Hip Haven: Hangin’ Loose at a Home Refuge, recognizes the stark contrast between the forces in the 1960s that were, and continue, to shape the nation. The exhibit has been recognized with a treasure trove of awards at the 2019 Philadelphia Flower Show!
Celebrate the fall season in a different way by learning about the science behind the things in nature that may scare you but are essential to their environment. Temple University Ambler EarthFest presents The Science of Scary on Sunday, October 21, from 2 to 4 p.m. in and around Bright Hall in the center of campus. Register for this family-friendly free event online at ambler.temple.edu/science-of-scary.
Professional pilot. Professional NASCAR driver. Professional wrestler. Next stop, attorney at law. Having led an exceedingly colorful and eclectic life, Senica, 51, of Warrington, opted to return to the classroom with the goal of becoming an advocate for others. It’s how he discovered Temple’s Adult and Organizational Development (AOD) program and why he has decided his next profession will be inside a courtroom.
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.
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.