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Ambler Campus

Temple University Ambler is an ideal campus to pursue your higher education, with a convenient location, courses in a variety of disciplines, and a friendly atmosphere. Located in suburban Montgomery County, just 18 miles north of the Main Campus (and minutes from Route 309 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike), Ambler offers the benefits of a small college campus with the excitement and vast resources of a large university. Ambler attracts students who live or work north of Philadelphia, including those from Bucks, Lehigh, Montgomery, and Northampton counties. The Blue Route (Rt. 476) also makes Temple University Ambler easily accessible to students from Chester and Delaware counties.

Commuters and residents enjoy Ambler's stunning grounds, student organizations and activities, and recreational facilities that include an exercise/weight room, indoor/outdoor pool, and tennis and basketball courts. The campus is also home to Temple University's baseball, softball, and men's and women's soccer teams. Ambler's facilities include science laboratories, a library, top-quality computer labs, "smart" classrooms, Computer-Assisted Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) lab/classrooms, a Distance Education/Videoconferencing room, and residence halls. 

Coming in Fall 2006, the campus will open the new Ambler Learning Center, a $17 million, state-of-the-art facility incorporating smart classrooms, wireless technology, videoconferencing classroom, new computer labs/classrooms, study lounges, and a 300-seat auditorium. There will also be a math and writing center as well as a visual arts studio that will include an art education classroom. The Learning Center will be the focal point for student learning at Ambler.

Each year 3,300 students choose Temple University Ambler, where the campus goal is to weave three core values into the curricula of many of the programs and extra-curricular activities: student-centered learning, community engagement, and respect for the environment.

The Ambler campus offers hundreds of undergraduate courses, day and evening, taught by the University's distinguished faculty. Students can begin almost every undergraduate program at Ambler. Depending on the major, students can take all their courses at Ambler. Popular majors that can be completed at Ambler include: Business, Communications (interdepartmental major), Community and Regional Planning, Criminal Justice, Elementary Education (Early Childhood and Special Education), Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Nursing (for RNs), and Psychology. Undergraduate courses include offerings from Temple's Core Curriculum and basic courses in Biology, Chemistry, Geology, and Physics. These enable Pre-Health Professions (Pre-Nursing and Pre-Health Information Management) students to complete the required first two years of prerequisite coursework. Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Podiatry, Pre-Physical Therapy, or Pre-Occupational Therapy students can take all the courses at Ambler required for admission to a professional school. Nurses may also complete the BSN entirely at Ambler. Pre-Law students may remain at Ambler for four years, pursuing degrees in Business, Communications, Community and Regional Planning, Social Sciences, or the Humanities.

The campus is home to Temple's Ambler College, which houses the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, the Department of Community and Regional Planning (B.S. and M.S. programs), and the Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University Ambler.

The beautiful landscaped grounds, also known as the Landscape Arboretum of Temple University Ambler, feature formal gardens, a sustainable wetland garden, an herb garden, wooded areas, a native plant propagation center, and much more.

For a change of pace and scenery, Ambler students can also take courses at Main Campus, Temple University Center City, or the Health Sciences Center. (See Bus Service below.) Temple also offers some undergraduate courses at Bucks County Community College, providing another convenient site for Ambler students to take Temple courses.

After graduating, many Temple students continue their graduate work at the Temple University Fort Washington Graduate and Professional Center. See the "Off–Site Class Locations/Fort Washington" section below.

For more information about Ambler programs, please call the Welcome Center at 215-283-1201 or toll-free at 1-888-GO AMBLER, or check the Temple Ambler website at

Academic Awards and Standards at Ambler

(See the Office of Academic Advising for more detail.)

Ambler Collegial Assembly Awards for Distinguished Academic Achievement: cash awards to Ambler Campus students, graduating within the current academic year, who have cumulative grade point averages of at least 3.5, have their academic files at Ambler campus, have taken the majority of their coursework at Ambler, and have set an example of outstanding academic achievement for the Temple University Ambler community. Students must be nominated by an Ambler campus faculty member.

Ambler Collegial Assembly/ Ambler Bookstore Award: a cash award to an Ambler campus graduating student. See the criteria for the Ambler Collegial Assembly Awards.

Joseph R. Beltley Scholarship: a $1000 scholarship awarded to an Ambler campus Psychology major who has distinguished herself/himself through outstanding participation in community service.

Elizabeth Clarke Award for Conservation Education: an annual award presented to a graduating senior intending to study, teach, or work in the discipline of conservation education; based on the student's positive attitude and financial need.

Criminal Justice Scholar's Award: given to an Ambler graduating senior in Criminal Justice who exhibits a passion for learning and outstanding academic achievement.

Gold Key Awards for Academic Excellence: given to students in the sophomore, junior, and senior classes who have taken the greatest number of credits at the Ambler campus and have achieved the highest grade point average.

Norman J. Kaner Memorial Award: established by the Temple University History Department and supported by family, faculty, and former students in honor of Norman J. Kaner, a member of the History Department from 1968 to1993. This award is given to an Ambler graduating senior in history with the highest grade point average who best exemplifies the values of critical thought, social curiosity, and intellectual vigor that characterized Professor Kaner's teaching and scholarship.

Patricia A. Woods Memorial Fund Award: a cash award given annually to an undergraduate in the pre-health professions, who expresses the desire for advanced undergraduate study in allied health or post-graduate study in the health professions, with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and a demonstrated commitment to the health professions through experience or service.

Dean's List: letters are received by students from the Dean of the college in which they are enrolled in accordance with the academic criteria for scholastic distinction established by their college or school. See Academic Policies and Regulations.

Academic Standards: Students may receive an academic warning, be placed on probation, or be dismissed from the University based on University standards. See Academic Policies and Regulations.

Support Services

The services described below are tailored to the needs of Ambler campus students. For further information about support services provided at Ambler, please check the campus website ( and/or the corresponding sections in the Bulletin describing these services.

Academic Support Services

General Academic Advising
West Hall 109

Academic Advising for the Fox School of Business and Management
West Hall 112

Academic Advising for Criminal Justice
West Hall Lower Level 5

Career Development Services
West Hall 109
Deciding on a major or profession can be a challenge. Externships, internships, and cooperative work experiences provide students with valuable hands-on learning experiences that can take them one step closer to their future careers. At Ambler, externships and other career opportunities are arranged through the Career Development Services office.  

Center for Student Professional Development
West Hall115
The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD), part of the Fox School of Business and Management, coordinates all activities that support the ultimate goal of business students — choosing a meaningful and rewarding career. This annex is linked with the CSPD located in Speakman Hall 309, at Main Campus. The CSPD strongly urges students to become active members of student professional organizations.

Computer Centers
Help Desk: 215-283-1450

Computer Labs and Classrooms — Ambler Campus
· CAD/GIS Lab/classroom (Library Building  25) — used predominantly by the Department of Community and Regional Planning and the Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University Ambler
· Computer Classrooms (Library Building  1 and 2; Widener Hall 207)
· Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Department CAD and GIS Computer Lab (Dixon Hall  108)
· Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Department Senior Digital Design Studio (Dixon Hall  208)
· Macintosh Lab (Library Building  21)
· Scholars Information Center (SIC) (Library Building  29)
· Video-Editing Lab (Library Building  13)
· Videoconferencing Room
· Computer Labs/Classrooms — Temple University Fort Washington 215-283-1631
· PC Labs (four PC labs are available at Temple University Fort Washington for classroom instruction)
· Macintosh Lab
· Wireless Technology
· Videoconferencing Rooms (Widener 210)

Disability Resources and Services
West Hall 109
215-283-1246 (TDD)

Library Building
The Ambler Library supports the students and faculty with a collection of more than 96,000 books, current periodicals, microfilms, and maps, along with audiovisual materials. The Library is part of the Temple University Libraries and through the Diamond, the online catalog, and daily deliveries of materials requested via inter-library loan, the Ambler academic community is provided with convenient access to the collections of all of Temple's libraries. The Ambler Library is connected to the Scholar's Information Center network that supports online access to the Diamond Online Catalog, electronic databases for research, Internet resources, and the Library Skills Workbook.

Mathematics and Science Tutoring Center
Bright Hall 201
Ambler: 215-283-1237
Main Campus: 215-204-8466

West Hall Lower Level 11
Matriculated students who have not attended Temple for one semester or more must contact this office for readmission/reinstatement procedures prior to registering.

Tutorial Services
West Hall 109
Tutorial services are available during day and evening hours depending on tutor availability. A semester schedule of free departmental tutoring options and a registry of private peer tutors are available in the offices of Academic and Career Development, the Fox School of Business and Management, Student Life, Widener Hall Faculty Offices, the Library Circulation Desk, East and West Residence Halls, and the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture.

Writing Center
Bright Hall 201
Ambler Hotline: 215-283-1347
Main Campus Hotline: 215-204-0700

Other Services

West Hall
215-283-1252 or 1-888-GO-AMBLER

Bright Hall

West Hall 101
The Bursar’s Office is available for students to process tuition payments, resolve billing questions, and purchase Diamond Dollars and parking hangtags. It also provides a personal check cashing service for residence hall students for checks of up to $50. Weekly payroll checks from Temple, Barnes and Noble, and Sodexho may also be cashed for up to $150.

Bus Service
Bright Hall 101
215-283-1425 (go to "Shuttle Service")
Temple University provides a free bus shuttle service on a regular schedule between the Ambler SEPTA station and the Ambler campus during the fall and spring semesters. There is also a fall and spring shuttle bus service between Temple Philadelphia area campuses for students with courses on more than one campus. Copies of the Schedule and Bus Regulations are available in the Office of Student Life.

Copy Center
Bright Hall 103

Health Services
Darwin Module
The Health Services office allows students to drop in as needed to discuss health concerns with the RNs, who are certified in college health, and physicians. Brochures are available on a wide range of health topics. Services provided at Temple University Ambler include: General Medical Clinic, Allergy Clinic, Self-care Center, Psychiatric and Psychological Services. These services are available to all currently enrolled students with a valid University I.D. Appointments for psychiatric or psychological services may be made through the campus nurses. Many services are free; some have discount charges for medication and treatment.

West Hall 101
Parking is provided for both commuter and residential students. Special accommodations are available for students with disabilities. See the Bursar's Office for more details. Temple students must purchase a $57 hang tag/decal from the Bursar’s Office for any vehicle they wish to park on campus lots. The permit is good for a full academic year through August 31. There is no daily charge to park. Please note that during construction of the Ambler Learning Center Parking Lot 2 at the Ambler Campus will be closed.

Student Financial Services/ Financial Aid (Also see Bursar above.)
West Hall 103

Registration/ID Cards
West Hall 102
This office provides information and assistance regarding: registration procedures, enrollment verifications, transcript requests, photo identification cards, and Pennsylvania residency requirements.

Welcome Center
Administration Building
1-888-GO AMBLER or 215-283-1201

Special Facilities

Athletic Facilities
Temple University Ambler is the full-time home for Temple's baseball, softball, and men's and women's soccer teams. The NCAA Division I teams practice and play all home games on new fields located on the tract bound by Meetinghouse Road, Butler Pike, and Woods Drive. All games and practices take place during the day. Admission is free to all home games. In Fall 2005, the Ambler campus will unveil the new Intercollegiate Athletics Field House. With the help of a $50,000 grant from PECO Energy, Temple University is developing "green roof" structures on this athletics facility. A green roof is a living biological community of plants that provide an environmentally sound alternative to a traditional roof system. The green roof garden will provide substantial educational and research opportunities for students and faculty.

Center for Sustainable Communities (CSC) at Temple University Ambler
Jeffrey Featherstone, Ph.D., Director
The Center for Sustainable Communities was established in July 2000 to develop and promote new approaches for protecting and preserving quality of life through sustainable development, balancing the relationship between environmental integrity, economic prosperity, and social equity. It was designed to build on Temple University Ambler’s strengths in horticulture and landscape architecture and to draw upon the expertise of all Temple University faculty. A working resource for government agencies, community organizations, and developers, the Center provides objective information and services to improve decision-making relative to land use and water resources planning, in addition to conducting interdisciplinary research and offering educational and community outreach programs. 

The Greenhouse at Temple University Ambler provides students with a first-class facility to study plant and soil science. The energy-efficient greenhouse includes computerized climate controls and thermal blankets to protect the plants in the winter and shade them in the summer. Modern fertilizer injection systems water and fertilize plants simultaneously. In addition to being used for coursework, the Greenhouse provides faculty and students with a facility to conduct horticulture research that is at the forefront of the industry.

Infant Study Lab
The Temple University Ambler Infant Lab invites parents and their children to shape the future by participating in research at the frontiers of science. The Lab is directed by nationally recognized child development authorities and professors Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Dr. Nora Newcombe. Faculty and staff provide fun-filled activities for infants and toddlers who become part of cutting-edge scientific discoveries. Parents learn more about their children’s first words and ability to create mental maps. At the Lab, infants and toddlers teach scientists new ways to optimize education and advance learning.

Landscape Arboretum of Temple University Ambler
Jenny Rose Carey, Director
The Temple University Ambler campus has a long history and rich tradition of horticulture and landscape design. Established as the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women in 1910, the 187-acre campus represents a unique mix of natural and designed landscapes. The gardens and campus serve as excellent outdoor teaching laboratories for numerous classes and as a source of inspiration for students, faculty, and visitors.

The Ambler campus was officially designated an arboretum in March 2000. Now known as The Landscape Arboretum of Temple University Ambler, it continues to develop as a living laboratory. As the home of Temple University's Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, the Ambler campus has a myriad of learning gardens, including an herb garden, ground cover garden, native plant garden, formal gardens, rock wall, woodland garden, wetland garden, trial garden, large perennial borders, a planned winter contemplative garden featuring fragrant plants, a proposed xeriscape garden featuring a special collection of dwarf conifers, and a green roof garden.

Student Life

Leadership Awards at Ambler Campus

For more information on leadership awards, contact the Office of Student Life.

The following awards are presented annually:

Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Kappa Chi chapter, Matthew Bythrow Memorial Book Scholarship: to remember an Ambler Business student who died tragically in 2004, the chapter presents $200, twice a year, to a student who exemplifies the five responsibilities of the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity: academic achievement, community service, financial need, leadership, and involvement in social activities.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Phi Beta Omega Chapter, Book Award: $350 presented to a sophomore, junior, or senior African American student with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 who has demonstrated involvement in extracurricular activities, focusing on campus and community service.

Alumni Scholarship: presented by the Ambler Alumni Network to a student in good standing. Recipients must demonstrate financial need, possess a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, and participate in extracurricular activities at Ambler. In a brief essay, the student must describe how the Ambler campus has influenced him/her.

Bob Sundermeier Award: an annual award to an undergraduate student, with a cumulative grade point averages of at least 2.5, who, through participation in extracurricular activities involving leadership roles and campus service, demonstrates the characteristics of the friendliness, ingenuity, and dedication of the late Bob Sundermeier, a member of the Ambler Facilities management staff for many years..

Criminal Justice Leadership Award: awarded to a graduating Criminal Justice major who has demonstrated academic excellence and an affinity for service to the Criminal Justice Department and the community.

Dean James Blackhurst Award: named for James Blackhurst, Dean of the Ambler Campus from 1984 to 1995, the award is presented to a student with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 for outstanding leadership and service at Ambler.

Dean's Leadership Award: a maximum of five awards are presented to graduating seniors. Recipients must have made outstanding contribution(s) to the Ambler campus community during their years at Temple, possess a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5, and demonstrate leadership qualities through academic, co-curricular, and/or other services.

Jamie Dickson Memorial Scholarship: $500 awarded by the Phi Kappa Chi chapter of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity to an individual from the Ambler campus who embodies compassion and determination. The recipient is a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student, must possess a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5, and must display involvement in extracurricular activities at Ambler, focusing on campus and community service.

The Louise Bush-Brown Good Citizenship Award: presented to the female upperclassman of the Residence Halls who, in the opinion of her fellow residents, has been the most considerate, most tolerant, and most loyal and responsible in her devotion to the ideals of the University. The name of the winner is added to the bronze plaque hanging in East Hall residence.

Mary Wald Banking and Finance Prize: a $500 award given to a Temple University student who has a minimum grade point average of 2.75 and has made an outstanding contribution in the current school year to one of the Ambler campus Fox School of Business and Management student organizations.

Outstanding Freshman Award: presented, when warranted, to a student who demonstrates leadership potential during the freshman year.

Outstanding Student Leader of the Year Award: presented to the outstanding student leader of the current academic year.

Outstanding Student Organization of the Year Award: presented to the one student organization that has been a “shining example” to other organizations during the academic year by sponsoring quality programs that showed innovation and hard work.

Russell Conwell Award: sponsored by the Office of Student Life, this award is presented to a student or a student organization that has stepped outside their comfort zone to be involved in campus life.

Special Achievement Award: presented to the student or organization for a specific program or service that has had an impact on the quality of life at Ambler campus in this academic year.

Office of Student Life
Bright Hall 101
The Office of Student Life supports and complements the University's academic mission by promoting social, cultural, educational and developmental programs for the students at Ambler. Specifically, the Office provides opportunities through campus-wide programming and student organizations for students to develop special skills and interests, to regularly interact with other students, to plan and manage events, to participate in leadership training and self-governance, and to become involved in community service projects.

Student Activities Office
Bright Hall Lounge
Students may obtain information about student activities including the campus activities calendar, ticket sales for athletic and entertainment events, bus schedules,
off-campus housing, and general campus information.

Student Organizations
Bright Hall, 101
There are about 30 student organizations on campus, including the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity, Ambler Accounting Professional Society, Ambler Poker Players Association,  Ambler Program Board, American Marketing Association, Beta Alpha Psi accounting honor society, Brothers and Sisters United,  Communications Society, Criminal Justice Society, Equestrian Team, Gamma Sigma Sigma sorority, Hillel, Indian American Association, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Student Association, Latinos Unidos at Ambler, Learning to Include Numerous Cultures (L.I.N.C.), the Organization of African Students, Owl Reach, The Parable, Pi Alpha Xi Horticulture honor society, Pi Phi sorority, Psychology Society, Residence Hall Senate, Sigma Chi Delta sorority, Sigma Lambda Alpha Landscape Architecture honor society, Society for Exceptional Educators, Society for Human Resources Management, Student Ambassadors, Student Government Association, Temple Column newspaper, Transfer Student Organization (T.S.O.), United Voices of Praise, and WRFT-AM Radio 1610.
For information about student organizations in the Fox School of Business and Management, please refer to that section of the Bulletin.

Student Government Association
Bright Hall, 1st Floor
The Ambler Student Government Association (ASGA) enables Ambler students to seek solutions to their concerns pertaining to all aspects of the campus by serving as a liaison between the student body and University administration.

Recreation Services
Recreational sports opportunities include intramurals, open recreation, aquatic programs, aerobics, and special events. A wide variety of activities are offered, ranging from structured, competitive leagues to self-directed fitness avenues. Facilities include an indoor/outdoor pool, a fitness room with both cardiovascular and free weight equipment, and basketball and tennis courts. Students may also participate in Main Campus recreational activities.

Residence Halls
East Hall and one wing of West Hall are two-story traditional residence halls, with double rooms, shared bathroom areas, social lounge areas, study rooms, computer lab, kitchens with microwaves, fitness equipment, and recreational areas. The halls have 24-hour security and are staffed by professional and paraprofessional staff who create a positive living environment. The complex has its own Residence Hall Senate, which plans social and educational activities for residents. Meals and snacks are served in the dining center.

Student Media
Bright Hall, 1st Floor
Radio Station
The Temple Column (newspaper) and WRFT-AM 1610 AM (radio station) are managed and operated entirely by students. These organizations provide communications students with challenging opportunities to become involved in various aspects of mass media production such as marketing, advertising, and management for the Temple Column and/or WRFT. Students in all majors are welcomed and encouraged to participate.

Off-Site Class Locations

Temple University Fort Washington
401 and 425 Commerce Drive
Fort Washington, PA 19034
The Temple University Fort Washington (TUFW) Graduate and Professional Education Center is the teaching site for most of Temple University Ambler's graduate programs. Located in the Fort Washington Office Park, over 1,000 students attend this center, featuring corporate-style classrooms, video conferencing rooms, and state-of-the-art computer labs. The Fort Washington Campus also facilitates a wireless infrastructure in five classrooms, two student lounges, and the vending area. Students may complete master's degrees in various graduate-level program areas. 

The Office of Non-Credit and Special Programs, located at TUFW, provides seminars at the Graduate Center in professional development and computer applications for today's workforce. Temple University Fort Washington also provides hundreds of non-credit programs at the Ambler and Fort Washington Campuses throughout the year. From certificates in meeting and wedding planning, to digital photography, to trips to historical sites and museums, the non-credit courses are designed to enhance professional skills and enrich personal interests. Workshops are also available to prepare for the SAT, GMAT, LSAT, and GRE.

Temple University Fort Washington's LifeLong Learning Society is comprised of a series of courses offered in the daytime during the fall and spring semesters for older individuals with an interest in furthering their education. These personal enrichment courses range from explorations of classical music to discussions of current events.

Bucks County Community College
Swamp Road
Newtown, PA
Temple University offers undergraduate courses in Education and Nursing (for RNs) at Bucks County Community College. The partnership between the two schools enables Bucks students to continue their college education at a campus convenient to their home, enabling them to take courses toward their respective Temple bachelor's degree. Bucks students are welcome to attend Ambler's Transfer Days when information sessions are provided for transfer students.


Sophia Wisniewska, Dean, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College

Kathleen Welsh Beveridge, Director of Development and Alumni Affairs, B.A., University of Notre Dame

Jenny Rose Carey, Director, The Landscape Arboretum of Temple University Ambler, BSc, Southampton University, England

Linda Cotilla, Suburban Campus Libraries Head, M.S.L.S., Villanova University

Marylou Delizia, Director, Temple University Fort Washington Graduate and Professional Education Center; Director, Office of Non-Credit and Special Programs; Acting Associate Dean for Academic and Student Support Services, M.Ed., Temple University

Jeffrey Featherstone, Director, Center for Sustainable Communities; Chair and Research Professor, Department of Community and Regional Planning, Ph.D., Temple University

Bonnie Frumer, Assistant Dean for Curriculum, M.A., Temple University

Susan Hyer, Associate Director, Computer Services, M.Ed., Beaver College (Arcadia University)

Saul Katzman, Director of Finance and Operations, B.B.A., Temple University

Wanda Lewis-Campbell, Assistant Dean for Student Life, Ed.D., Temple University

Michael Schlotterbeck, Director of Enrollment Services and Marketing , M.J., Temple University

Sylvia Studenmund, Manager for Administration, Ed.M., Temple University

Lolly Tai, Chair, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, Professor of Landscape Architecture, Ph.D., Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh College of Art, R.L.A., F.A.S.L.A.

Philip R. Yannella, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee


Amy Alderson, Marketing and Special Events Coordinator, M.A. in Education, LaSalle University

Derik Badman, Access Services Librarian, M.S., Drexel University

Michael Bavas, Senior Technical Support Specialist, Computer Services, M.I.S., Kennedy Western University

Marie Brasch, Administrative Assistant and Meeting Coordinator, Temple University Fort Washington

John Costa, Coordinator, Student Activities, B.A., Temple University

Tony J. D’Orazio, Assistant Director of Development and Alumni Affairs, B.A., Rider University

James Duffy, Public Relations and Web Site Coordinator, B.A., The Pennsylvania State University

Rhonda E. Geyer, Director, Non-Credit Programs, B.A., Mansfield University

Karen Grow,  Media Coordinator of Instructional Support Services, B.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

David Kaiser, Director of Enrollment Management, Fox School of Business and Management, B.A., Temple University

Patricia Kelly, Schedule Manager, B.A., College of William and Mary

Barbara M. Leopold, Assistant Director, Financial Aid, B.A., Temple University

Irene Lojeski, Supervisor, Academic Services, Ed.M., Temple University

Sonia Medina, Office Manager, Student Services

Paul Myers, Recreation Specialist, M.Ed., East Carolina University 

Rachel Oliver, Admissions Counselor, B.A., Temple University

Larry O’Reilly, Senior Technical Support Specialist, Computer Services, Temple University Fort Washington, B.B.A., Temple University

Reid Overturf, Senior Technical Support Specialist, Computer Services

Linda Palmarozza, Department Manager, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, B.A., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Jamie Seto, Resident Director, M.A., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark Campus

Maleeka Scott, Data Coordinator

Susan E. Spinella, Administrator for Research and Operations, Department of Community and Regional Planning and Center for Sustainable Communities, M.S., Temple University

Greg Szczepanek, Senior Technical Support Specialist, Computer Services, Instructional Support Center, M.A., Temple University

Cory A. Thomas, Assistant Director of Enrollment Services, M.C.P., University of Cincinnati

Sandra Thompson, Bibliographic Services Librarian, M.L.S., Drexel University

Jennifer Welsh, Admissions Counselor, B.S., State University of New York at Brockport

Brent Whiting, Senior Technical Support Specialist, Computer Services, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, B.S., Temple University

Michelle Whiting, Administrative Specialist

Program Coordinators/Advisors

(See Ambler College listing of faculty advisors for Community and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture and Horticulture.)

Giora "Gary" Baram, Director, Information Science and Technology, Ph.D., University of Toledo

Richard Burke, Psychology Advisor, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin

Harriet Butterfield, Academic Advisor, Fox School of Business and Management, B.A., Temple University

Francis Christoph, Jr., Ambler Campus Director of Mathematics, Ph.D., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Lucille D’Emilio-Wilkinson, Academic Advisor, M.A., La Salle University        

Scott Gratson, Program Director for the Communications Major, Ph.D., University of Denver

Leonard O. Greenfield, Coordinator of Anthropology, Ph.D., University of Michigan

John Helferty, Chair, Department of Electrical Engineering, Ph.D., Drexel University

James Hilty, Coordinator of History, Ph.D., University of Missouri

Michael Hooper, Coordinator of Political Science, Ph.D., University of Illinois

Joseph A. Hrusovsky, Engineering Advisor, Associate Professor Emeritus, College of Engineering, M.S.E.E., Lehigh University

Barbara Hughes, Director, RN-BSN Program, R.N., M.S.N., University of Pennsylvania

Wendy Lebing, Assistant Dean, QA/RA Program, M.A.L.D., Tufts University; M.S., Temple University

Mia K. Luehrmann, Associate Dean for the Sciences at Ambler, College of Science and Technology, Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana

Robert Mason, Director, Environmental Studies, Ph.D., Rutgers University

Susan McCaffrey, Academic and Disability Advisor, M.S., Western Maryland College 

Noreen Moskalski, CITE Coordinator, Ambler and BCCC Education Programs, Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University

Laurence Lyons Murphy, Coordinator of Intellectual Heritage for Ambler and Tyler, Ph.D., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Nora Newcombe, Coordinator of Psychology; Co-Director, Infant Lab, Ph.D., Harvard University

Diana Pazicky, Coordinator of English, Ph.D., Temple University

Bonita Silverman, Department of Nursing, M.S., Thomas Jefferson University

Jane Slotterback, Advising Coordinator, School of Communication and Theater, M.Ed., Temple University

Stephanie G. Smith, Director of Academic Advising for the College of Liberal Arts; Advisor, Organizational Studies, M.A., University of Delaware

Stephen Smith, Coordinator of Criminal Justice, M.Phil., Cambridge University

Robert L. Stafford, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Ph. D., Yale University

John Sorrentino, Coordinator of Economics, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Purdue University

Rani Thiramongkol, M.B.A. Advisor, Fox School of Business and Management, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University

Patricia Vorndran, Career Coordinator, M.A., West Chester University

Janine C. Warnas, Academic Advisor, M.S., Gwynedd-Mercy College

Susan Young, Associate Director of Undergraduate Student Services, Fox School of Business and Management, M.Ed., Lehigh University

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