Sustainability Action Day Thursday, October 22, 12 to 3 p.m., Meet at Widener Hall Students, faculty and staff are invited toparticipate inNational Sustainability Weekby helping toplant native shrubs (Rhus aromatica)near Widener Hall. All majors and skill levels are welcome to participate! Participants are asked meet at Widener Hall. Wear protective shoes and dress for the weather. Tools and limited supplies of work gloves will be available, and snacks and drinks will be served by Pi Alpha Xi, the National Honor Society for Horticulture. Information: email@example.com.
Philadelphia Architecture + Design Fair Saturday, November 7, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tyler School of Art, Architecture Building, 2001 North 13th Street, Philadelphia Join the Department of Community and Regional Planning (CRP) and the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture at the Philadelphia Architecture & Design Fair hosted by the Tyler School of Art at Main Campus. CRP will share information about both the undergraduate Community Development program and the graduate program is Community and Regional Planning while Landscape Architecture and Horticulture will provide information about the undergraduate and graduate programs in Landscape Architecture. The Philadelphia Architecture & Design Fair is free to high school and college students, parents, teachers and counselors interested in learning about educational opportunities in the built environment. In addition to the information fair, students, alumni, faculty and professionals will be presenting sessions on academic pathways and career opportunities. Event attendees are asked to register in advance online. Registration is free.
Community and Regional Planning Graduate Information Session Thursday, November 12, 5:30 p.m., Temple University Center City, 1515 Market Street, Room 207 The Temple University Community and Regional Planning program focuses on sustainability, environmental planning, regional planning and advanced computer applications. The Master of Science in Community and Regional Planning will prepare individuals for a career as a professional planner who can facilitate healthy communities and help to craft a high quality of life for all. Meet the department chair, faculty, current graduate students and program advisers to learn more about graduate study options and the application process. Note: The application fee is waived for first-time applicants who apply at the November 12 event. Information: 267-468-8300, CRPlanning@temple.edu or register online
Saturday Tours Saturday, November 14, 10 a.m., Ambler Campus Learning Center
Make Temple your next stop and become unstoppable! Join us for a Saturday tour and admissions presentation. This event is open to all prospective and admitted students. Start most Temple University majors or earn your bachelor’s degree in Business, Environmental Design, Liberal Arts and more at Temple Ambler! Register at firstname.lastname@example.org or 267-468-8100 or register online.
The Department of Community and Regional Planning provides students with a broad-based understanding and awareness of multi-dimensional land-use and planning issues. Students develop an understanding of the physical and economic aspects of planning, sensitivity to the social and environmental impact of planning decisions, and a knowledge of governmental structures as they apply to planning. Learn more about our programs.