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    October 17, 2006
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Ambler Learning Center dedication ceremony

Ambler Learning Center dedication ceremony
(Photo by Joseph V. Labolito / University Photography)

On Wednesday, Oct. 11, President Ann Weaver Hart, the Board of Trustees, and Temple Ambler Interim Dean James W. Hilty formally dedicated the 72,000-square-foot Ambler Learning Center.

The program included a ribbon-cutting, reception and tours of the $18 million facility — the first major construction on the Ambler Campus in more than 20 years.

“The Ambler Campus has a long tradition of accessibility and opportunity,” Hart said.

“Temple as a whole has moved toward offering a more vibrant level of campus life and is also moving toward more access-oriented offerings and experiences. Ambler is a great treasure for Temple and in higher education as a whole with its accessibility and excellent educational opportunities.”

The new facility has become the hub for teaching with technology at Ambler. It includes 11 multimedia classrooms, seven computer teaching laboratories, a distance-learning facility, fully integrated technology including wireless access throughout the building, a math/science/writing tutorial center, two art studios, a café and a 300-seat auditorium.

James Duffy





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