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Updated Emergency Resource Guide

The Office of Public Safety, Environmental Health and Safety, along with University Marketing and Communications has updated the Emergency Resource Guide (ERG). The new guide is current with the latest guidelines in emergency resource training. We have incorporated Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) for the Active Shooter situation. The guide is designed to be easy to […]

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Glen Towers Elevators

The elevators in Glen Towers A and B will be out of service for renovation May 29 – August 10. They will be unavailable for use during this time.

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Don’t Miss Out – Scholarship Funds for Mature Students

Interested in scholarship funds for Mature Students? Towson University is committed to the academic success of our mature students. Please review the eligibility criteria to learn more about the scholarships listed below and to apply to the ones for which you may be eligible. The Application Deadline date for all scholarships is June 1st, 2018. Important […]

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Union Garage Elevator

The Union Garage elevator is now in service

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OTS Training Workshops + Easily Recover Deleted Voicemails

    Creating Accessible PDF Documents Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 – 10:00am-11:30am – Cook 404A Learn how to take an existing document and make it accessible to people with disabilities. Excel: Advanced Thursday, May 24th, 2018 – 9:30am-12:30pm – Cook 404A Maximize the effectiveness of Excel using common power tools. Panopto: Lecture Recording Software Tuesday, May […]

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Food Insecurity and FoodShare Information

There are two initiatives to address food insecurity on our campus: Food Insecurity is defined as the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. The Food Insecurity Support Fund was created to address the immediate need of students experiencing food insecurity.  Christina Olstad serves as the Program Manager […]

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Register for the Intramural Sports Summer Kickball Season

Kickstart your summer by participating in the Intramural Sports Summer Kickball Season. Team registration is open until June 4 and the season runs on Wednesdays throughout June. An Intramural Sports Pass is required. Season is open to students, faculty, and staff. For more information, visit: https://www.towson.edu/studentlife/activities/recreation/campusrec/sports/intramurals/

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Blended Course Design Cohort Starts this August

In the new Blended Course Design Cohort, faculty will work with colleagues to develop their own blended course. The workshop section includes an overview of blended learning models and a series of activities that culminate in the design of a module or unit of blended instruction.  Afterwards, faculty will continue to work on their courses independently […]

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Don’t Miss Out – Scholarship Funds for Mature Students

Interested in scholarship funds for Mature Students? Towson University is committed to the academic success of our mature students. Please review the eligibility criteria to learn more about the scholarships listed below and to apply to the ones for which you may be eligible. The Application Deadline date for all scholarships is June 1st, 2018. Important […]

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SERVICE-LEARNING COURSE WORKSHOP with Dr. Barbara Jacoby

Please join us for a Service-Learning workshop with Dr. Barbara Jacoby on June 12th at Towson University! Dr. Barbara Jacoby will be presenting two half day workshops around service-learning and what faculty need to know. The morning session “Getting Started with Service-Learning” is an introduction to service-learning and its components. During the afternoon session, “Service-Learning […]

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Apply to be a Service-Learning Faculty Fellow

Have you thought about implementing a service-learning component into one of your courses? Not sure how to start? Apply for the Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program! The Service-Learning Faculty Fellows program provides support for TU faculty interested in creating a new service-learning course or incorporating a new, significant service learning component into an existing course. Faculty […]

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Today! COE Honors College Capstone Showcase

College of Education: HONORS COLLEGE CAPSTONE SHOWCASE Monday May 21, 2018 4:00 – 6:00 PM Hawkins Hall 110   Restorative Justice Practices Sarah Fossaceca Integrated Early Childhood and Special Education Howard County Stevens Forest Elementary School Grade 5 What role do Restorative Circles play in the attitudes and behavior of students in a fifth grade classroom? […]

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RSVP for the Annual Faculty/Staff Appreciation Picnic

All faculty, staff and their families are invited to attend the Annual Faculty/Staff Appreciation Picnic. Employees and family members of the Towson University Marriott, Chartwells and ABM are also welcome. If you have not received an invitation, details are below and more information can be found here. Date: Friday, June 1, 2018 Time: 4 to […]

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Join OAI for a free Event in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality

The Office of Academic Innovation will be co-hosting a free event on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality. Join the Office of Academic Innovation on May 22nd and May 24th from 12:00-3:35 pm in Cook 404B for the EDUCASE ELI Online Event: extended Reality (XR): How AR, VR, and MR are Extending Learning Opportunities. […]

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Scholarships for Students Age 25 and Older

The Charlotte W. Newcombe Scholarship, Pathways Scholarship and Osher Reentry Scholarship applications are now available online. To apply for these scholarships, students must be age 25 and older and must demonstrate financial need based on their 2018-2019 FAFSA data. These scholarships have separate applications in order to be considered.  The deadline for each application is […]

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Faculty and Staff Kudos

Richard E. Vatz, (Department of Instructional Leadership and Professional Development) ILPD, discussed at a panel presentation at Zamoiski Auditorium in Sinai Hospital, “Encouraging Tolerance in a Polarized Country:  What to Say to Kids,” with Dr. Dan Levy, MD, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Past President, Maryland Chapter, AAP on May 1.

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Top Tigers for the month of April

The following staff member has been recognized as Top Tiger for the month of April. Top Tigers are nominated each month by fellow staff members to recognize colleagues that go above and beyond their normal duties. Please congratulate this individual if you see them around campus! Kay Kazinski in the Institute for Well Being, nominated […]

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Campus Recreation Closure

All Campus Recreation facilities will close at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 and will be CLOSED from Wednesday, May 23 – Monday, May 28. Campus Recreation facilities will reopen on Tuesday, May 29 at noon.

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External (outdoor) voice emergency system test next week

The Office of Public Safety will conduct a test of the university’s external (outdoor) voice emergency system at 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 31, 2018. The test should last no more than a few minutes. It will consist of multiple alert tones as well as messages that indicate this is only a test and the test […]

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Coffee with a Cop

Join the Towson University Police Department for “Coffee with a Cop” as we offer basic crime prevention reminders while serving FREE coffee, tea and donuts. This will help keep you safe and vigilant while studying for finals. The event will be held on the second floor of the University Union from 9 to 11 a.m. […]

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