Temple University Ambler

Temple Ambler alumni reimagine Philly's abandoned Reading Railroad
Type: News Story
Two School of Environmental Design graduates took a senior studio project and turned it into a successful exhibition featuring student and community ideas for ways to reuse the abandoned site of the Reading Railroad. For their work, they have been nationally recognized by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
October 25, 2013
Ambler marks 100 years with new book and artifacts
Type: News Story
Temple Ambler will host a book signing and launch party for the book, "A Century of Cultivation 1911 to 2011: 100 Years from the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women to Temple University Ambler," which offers an in-dept look at the history of the college.
December 7, 2011
Temple landscaping student spends summer at Winterthur
Type: In the Media
September 8, 2011
Temple Ambler Campus seismometer records Aug. 23 quake
Type: News Story
A seismometer at Temple University's Ambler Campus approximately 20 miles north of Philadelphia was part of a network of monitoring equipment that recorded the Aug. 23 earthquake with an epicenter in Virginia.
August 24, 2011