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Library Welcome Back Carnival

Sunday, August 28, 2016 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cook Library, 3rd Floor Lobby New students and their families are invited to stop by Cook Library to test their skills for prizes and refreshments or simply to enjoy the cool air conditioning. Carnival games and giveaways will be held outside the library under the “big […]

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Towson University Continuing Education Information Session Tommorow!!

Saturday, August 27 | 10–11:30AM| 7400 York Rd, Room 301| FREE TU Continuning Education Join Towson University Continuing Education and Professional Studies for refreshments and a chat about how our courses can help you achieve your career goals. Our free information sessions provide students with course details, including certification, curriculum, and instructor for our courses in […]

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RSVP Today to the Black Faculty & Staff Association Welcome Back Reception

The Black Faculty & Staff Association invites you to our 2nd Annual Welcome Back Reception Advocate, Celebrate, Collaborate: Recognizing the Need to Change September 1 at 4-6pm Potomac Lounge Join us as we share our mission and goals for the academic year as well as provide an opportunity to witness cultural performances, network, and enjoy […]

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TU Students with Autism: College Orientation & Life Activities Program

TU Students with Autism:  College Orientation & Life Activities Program  The College Orientation & Life Activities (COLA) Program is offered for Towson University undergraduate students with Autism by the Hussman Center for Adults with Autism. Limited spaces remaining for Fall 2016! The COLA program provides supports that focus on addressing challenges, developing strengths and talents, […]

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Register Now for Your Favorite Group Exercise Classes at the Wellness Center

Plan Now for Your Success this Fall! New Classes!  Register Now! Multi-Class Discounts: The More You Exercise the More You Save! Take two classes and get a 10 percent discount! Take three or more classes and get a 20 percent discount! Whether you are a beginner or at an advanced level, we have a class for you.  Our instructors […]

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MyTU Faculty/Staff Portal unavailable this evening

The Office of Technology Services (OTS) will perform system maintenance on the Faculty/Staff portal, located on the MyTU website, today from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. During that time, faculty and staff will be unable to use the portal for accessing links within MyTU. Other university systems such as Towson Online Services (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions), PeopleSoft Financials, PeopleSoft […]

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Important: Event and Conference Services reminds faculty, staff and students of the important deadlines for planning events and meetings

Successful and memorable events, including simple meetings, are planned in advance with proper communication and guidance from your assigned ECS event manager.  Our goal is to have your guests walk away satisfied with each and every event or meeting that takes place on campus. With this goal in mind, we kindly remind department event planners […]

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Sign Up to Be a Book in Towson’s Human Library!

Do you have a great story to share? Consider being a book in our Human Library events in October! What is a Human Book? A Human Book is a person who has volunteered to challenge prejudice through respectful conversation with members of the public, who borrow them. They will have a title that relates to […]

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Regular Faculty and Staff Time Sheets Are Due Early

Regular Faculty and Staff time sheets for the August 17 – August 30 pay period are due by 10 a.m. on Monday, August 29, for the upcoming holiday closing. Please use the electronic web time sheet program to complete and approve time sheets to meet the early deadline. It is extremely important that BOTH the […]

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Reminder: Newell and Starbucks closed until January; hours extended at LA Café and Au Bon Pain

The Newell Dining facility, including both the Den and the upstairs dining hall, will be closed until January 2017 for renovations that include a new roof and windows and updated dining rooms and bathrooms. When the building reopens, the upstairs dining hall will have a full-service bakery, a retail deli serving premium quality meats with […]

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New York Times in the Classroom

Faculty members, now is your chance to get enrolled in the New York Times in the Classroom program offered through the Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership.  This partnership with the New York Times provides the opportunity to implement current events into your syllabus.  Faculty members who enroll will also qualify for free home delivery […]

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TUSC Staff Development Conference Service Project

Each year, the TUSC Staff Development Conference partners with an organization to promote service within our community. This year, we partnered with The Living Legacy Foundation to raise awareness regarding organ and tissue donation. As part of that partnership, we are supporting their event – Donate Life Family Fun Run supporting The Living Legacy Foundation […]

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Active Shooter Training – sign up now

Learn strategies for surviving—and helping others survive—an active shooter event at open workshop training sessions from 7 – 8 p.m. (CRASE) and 8 – 9 p.m. (MAKE-IT) on Tuesday, September 6 in the Public Safety Building conference room. Key Presentations Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) Presented by Cpl. Joe Gregory, TU Office of […]

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Free Workshops for Faculty and Staff in the Fall

The Employee Relations and Development Unit of the Office of Human Resources is announcing that the Fall 2016 Development Schedule has been posted. Please check out what is being offered between July and December on the OHR Professional Development Workshops page by clicking on the Current Schedule. Please note that the Financial Knowledge Certificate workshops, offered […]

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National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Research Stipends

Faculty in the Humanities (as defined by NEH) are eligible to apply for NEH Summer Stipends for 2017 with a value of $6,000. Applicants must be nominated by the University and its designated nominating official. In the case of Towson University, the nominating official is Terry Cooney, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. The program […]

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Contest for a Year of FREE Rental Course Materials

Watch video for details! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WBxY2caT6A Enter by August 31st  

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Contingent and Student Employee Timesheets Due Early

Timesheets for the August 20 through September 2 pay period are due by 10 a.m. Thursday, September 1 because of the upcoming Labor Day closing. Please use the electronic Web timesheet program to complete and approve the student and contingent timesheets for the pay period in order to meet the early deadline. It is extremely […]

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OTS Training Workshops + Blackboard: Can Students See Your Course Online?

Upcoming OTS Training Workshops: Tuesday, August 30th Blackboard – Open Session – 1:00pm-2:30pm – Online Wednesday, September 7th Panopto – 10:00am-11:30am – Cook 404A Monday, September 12th WordPress for Staff: Small Scale Web Publishing – 1:00pm-3:00pm – Cook 404A Tuesday, September 13th Office 365: OneDrive – 9:30am-11:30am – Cook 404A Wednesday, September 14th Creating Accessible […]

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Black Faculty & Staff Association Welcome Back Reception

The Black Faculty & Staff Association invites you to our 2nd Annual Welcome Back Reception Advocate, Celebrate, Collaborate: Recognizing the Need to Change September 1 at 4-6pm Potomac Lounge Join us as we share our mission and goals for the academic year as well as provide an opportunity to witness cultural performances, network, and enjoy […]

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Newell and Starbucks closed until January; hours extended at LA Café and Au Bon Pain

The Newell Dining facility, including both the Den and the upstairs dining hall, will be closed until January 2017 for renovations that include a new roof and windows and updated dining rooms and bathrooms. When the building reopens, the upstairs dining hall will have a full-service bakery, a retail deli serving premium quality meats with […]

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