The First-Year Experience (FYE) Advising Program is now accepting applications for faculty and professional staff to serve as FYE advisors for the 2017-18 academic year. This is a paid position with training and ongoing support from professional advisors. The FYE Advising Program is designed to provide our freshman students with academic guidance and support while assisting them […]
The Towson Academy of Scholars (TAS) is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Academy’s purpose is to advance newly-appointed faculty research. All tenure-track Assistant Professors or Librarians I and II, who have been at Towson three years or less, are eligible to apply. All academic disciplines are welcome. The committee will select […]
This is a support group geared towards Women of Color. The group provides a safe space for Sisters to discuss, explore and deepen understanding of topics affecting women of color from all backgrounds. Topics include cultural/ethnic identity issues, navigating the academic environment as women of color, friendships, emotional well-being, among others. Join us at the Counseling […]
Join the Office of International Partnerships for an overnight trip to New York City. The bus will leave from campus on Saturday, February 25 at 7AM and return by 11PM on Sunday, February 26. Participants will have the option to take part in a tour of some highlights, or to explore the City at their […]
We are seeking nominations for graduate and undergraduate commencement speakers for the Spring 2017 graduation ceremony. Students can self-nominate, nominate another student, and/or be nominated by a faculty member. Nominations will go to the respective department chair and each department will then submit a final nominee for the undergraduate and graduate speaker to the Assistant […]
Wednesday, March 8, 7:00pm College of Liberal Arts building, room 4310 Dr. Eduardo Mendieta, Professor of Philosophy and Acting Director of the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State University, will deliver the 2017 Ian Moore Memorial Lecture. His talk is titled “Severed Heads and White Ignorance.” For more information, contact the Department of Philosophy and […]
Sherry McKendry is retiring after 27 years in the OHR. Please stop by AD 120 on Friday, February 24, between 2 and 4 p.m. to say good bye and good luck to her. We’ll have some light refreshments to enjoy. Please confirm your attendance with June Hindle via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Contributions to a gift […]
3/16/17: 5-7 pm West Village Ballrooms A&B The nationwide effects of poverty are seen right here in our own backyard. This poverty simulation event provides participants the opportunity to experience living with limited resources for a simulated month. This 2-hour event will include a 1-hour simulation and 1-hour in-depth discussion afterwards. This year’s program will […]
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Cook Library, 3rd Floor Lobby Enjoy some toe-tapping tunes by Towson student musicians! They will play songs by African American jazz composers in honor of Black History Month.
Can you imagine playing a sport without your sense of sight? Come do just that at the Goalball Tournament on Friday, March 3 from 3 – 7 p.m. in Burdick Gym 3. Register February 20 – 27 at bit.ly/tuintramuralsports with your TU NetID and password. There are no registration fees. Learn more about this […]
MediaValet is a great resource for all faculty and staff to search for photography of campus, students, faculty/staff and events. Go to MediaValet and login with your TU NetID and password. You no longer need to use your Mediavalet-specific credentials. For more information, please visit the image gallery page.
Stop by the Linthicum Hall main lobby from 1:00p.m. – 2:30p.m. for a resume critique, job search assistance, help with Hire@TU, or other quick questions. All students are welcome–College of Health Professions students are especially encouraged to drop by! You can also drop by the Career Center for “Express Hours” Monday through Thursday from 11:00a.m. […]
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Cook Library, Room 507 Dr. Jonathan Mattanah, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Towson University, will discuss his new books about college student psychological adjustment.
The fax number x4-2644 will no longer be available for MMSRs effective March 1, 2017. MMSR (Materiel Management Service Request) is a form for requesting moving and disposal services for any department on campus. Please email all MMSR requests to MMSR@towson.edu. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jessica Katz at x4-5530.
Thursday, February 23, 7:00pm in Chesapeake III in the University Union Come hear Dr. Moustafa Bayoumi, Professor of English at Brooklyn College, City University of New York, reflect on the experience of being Muslim in the United States in 2017. Dr. Bayoumi is the author of the award-winning books: How Does It Feel to Be […]
Would you be interested in inviting the Study Abroad Office into your classroom for a brief presentation this semester? We could speak to your class about a specific opportunity abroad, give a presentation about the study abroad process at TU (aka Study Abroad 101) or host an informal conversation with returning study abroad students. Of […]
Would you be interested in inviting the Study Abroad Office to attend one of your students org meetings for a brief presentation this semester? We could speak to your student organization about a specific opportunity abroad, give a presentation about the study abroad process at TU (aka Study Abroad 101) or host an informal conversation with […]
Attention: $1,000 Scholarship Opportunity for the Spring 2017 Semester for Freshman and Sophomore students Are you a freshman or sophomore interested in developing your leadership skills? Are you interested in learning more about women’s issues and creating programming to educate and engage the college community about these topics? If YES, there may be a $1,000 […]
Campus Recreation offers American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers with First Aid courses that provide training for individuals to respond effectively in emergency situations. The course blends methods of instruction including videos, demonstrations, and hands-on learning. Those who pass the course will receive a certification that is valid for two years. Register at recreation.towson.edu […]
The study abroad application deadline for summer 2017 and fall 2017 is Wednesday, March 15.* Before applying, students may attend a Study Abroad 101 information session (optional) held Monday through Friday at 2 p.m. in Psychology #408. Attendance at a Study Abroad 201 and a meeting with a study abroad advisor are mandatory requirements for all students applying to study abroad […]