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OTS Workshop Calendar + New OTS Training Room

Tips and Training from the Office of Technology Services Below is a list of our upcoming free training workshops. Thursday, April 24 PowerPoint 2013: Advanced, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m., Cook 404A Thursday, April 24 WebEx Information Session, 12 :30 – 1:15 p,. m., Cook Online via WebEx Tuesday, April 29 Contribute: Software Overview, 11 a.m. - […]

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Free Money! ($5,000 scholarship for the fall semester)

The Mid-Atlantic CIO Forum is thrilled to announce that they will once again be offering a scholarship for up to $5,000 for the Fall 2014 semester. Not only can students get a generous scholarship, but they’re given the opportunity to network with the biggest CIOs in the country.  The qualifications are as follows: 3.6 GPA or higher Sophomore, Junior, […]

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1,100 Backpacks Display on April 23

During the 1,100 Backpack Display event we,  Active Minds at TU present a display to represent the statistic that 1,100 college students that die by suicide each year in the United States. This year the display will be held on April 23 from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Beach. The display itself will truly put into perspective how many college student lives […]

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PeopleSoft Online Services Unavailable

The Student, Human Resources, and Payroll applications of PeopleSoft Online Services will be unavailable from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, April 24, to allow for software maintenance. The PeopleSoft Financials system will not be impacted and will remain available during this period. A post will be placed on the OTS Alerts website when the […]

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Cast your vote online! SGA Voting Ends 5 p.m. TODAY!

It’s your last chance to vote for the 2014-2015 Student Government Association. Let your voice be heard by clicking your mouse. Online voting ends today at 5 p.m. on Involved@TU. Do your part in choosing who will represent you!! For more information, contact Peter Brophy at pbroph1@students.towson.edu or Chris Rindosh at crindosh@towson.edu. This is message is […]

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Veterans Federal Resume Workshop

The TU Veteran Center is partnering with the Career Center to co-host the Federal Resume and Career Search Workshop for Veterans.  The event will be taking place this Thursday, April 24, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Vet Center, Psychology Building, Room 107.  During this event, attendees will receive assistance on how to […]

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Veteran Suicide Prevention/Awareness

On Wednesday April 23, 12:30 p.m., in front of the flagpole between the Union and Burdick Hall, the Towson Student Military Group will be having a Veteran Suicide Prevention/Awareness Event. The event will have information on suicide prevention and will have a moment of silence in memory of those veterans who lost the battle against […]

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PAGS Colloquium: “The Galaxy Cluster Environment of Wide Angle Tall Radio Sources”

The Department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences invites all to attend the Spring 2014 Seminar, “The Galaxy Cluster Environment of Wide Angle Tall Radio Sources” by Edmund Douglass. Friday, April 25, 2014 in Smith Hall, Room 420 Refreshments 11:30 am, Talk begins at Noon All invited. For further information contact: Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences Dept. […]

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Microsoft No Longer Supports Windows XP—What You Need to Know!

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft retired its lifecycle support for Windows XP. Security patches and updates will no longer be released. While this is not as catastrophic as the media is presenting it in the headlines, continuing to run Windows XP is now a more serious security and identity theft risk. University-owned computers: The Office […]

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Out of the Darkness

Join the Towson University community and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) in the Out of the Darkness: Campus Walk.  The walk aims to raise funds for suicide prevention research, as well as educational programs that increase awareness about suicide and mental illness.  Suicide claims the lives of over 1,100 college students each year in […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Jaclyn Bewick

The Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, and Deaf Studies invites the university community to a thesis defense for Jaclyn Bewick on April 28, 2014 at 10 a.m. in the Institute for Well-Being (IWB), Room 429. The thesis is titled “Development of a Protocol for Fitting Open Fit Personal FM Systems”. Committee Chair, Dr. Jennifer Smart, JSmart@towson.edu

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Portions of University Avenue to be closed

From April 28 to May 9, contractors will perform underground utility location and verification operations between the Power Plant (CUPA) and Linthicum Hall This will also extend north up to University Avenue at the Health and Counseling Center. Portions of this area will be closed to pedestrian and vehicular traffic at times. Closure is necessary to allow personnel […]

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FREE RITA’S at the Beach TODAY!

Spring is in full swing and Summer is almost here! Time to celebrate with Tux! Dance, eat and grab freebies at the “Beach” TODAY from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tux will also be donating FREE RITA’s to all of his friends who join him! Come learn about Summer Trimester and Be Cool! Summer Trimester […]

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2nd Annual Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Showcase

To honor the work performed by our Service-Learning Faculty Fellows, The Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership will host the 2nd annual Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Showcase. The showcase will take place on Friday, April 25 from 2 – 4 p.m. on the second floor of the Administration building in the new Civic Engagement and Leadership […]

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OAI Faculty Chat Series #2: Mentoring Millenials: Teaching Roles Outside of the Classroom in the Digital Age

OAI Faculty Chat Series         Join the Office of Academic Innovation at the OAI Faculty Chat Series on April 23, 2014 . The faculty chat is an informal conversation sparked by questions revolving around topics such as the state of learning and teaching in higher education and their impact on students and instructors. […]

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Touch History at Cook Library’s Holocaust Remembrance Day White Gloves Session

Holocaust Remembrance Day White Gloves Session Monday, April 28, 2014 at noon to 1:00 p.m. College of Liberal Arts, Outside the Reading Room (CLA4200) University Archivist & Digital Collections Librarian Nadia Nasr and Jewish Studies Librarian Elaine Mael will conduct a White Gloves Session whereby they take the Jewish Cultural Reconstruction books from the library’s collection […]

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AAUP Workshop on Student Loan Forgiveness

AAUP workshop on student loan forgiveness:  Wednesday, April 30 @ 3:30 p.m. in Linthicum 111 Employees working in non-profit organizations (Like Towson) are eligible for tax-free forgiveness of their student loans after 10 years of payment. The first round of loan forgiveness will occur in 2016, but there are things you can do now to […]

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MDSPCA March for the Animals Bake Sale

Tuesday, April 22 12-4 pm, Speaker’s Circle Thursday, April 24 12-4 pm, under the Lecture Hall Looking for a healthy snack in between classes? Stop by Tri-Beta’s March for the Animals bake sale for a fresh smoothie or a tasty treat. All proceeds benefit the Maryland SPCA. Contact: Cheyenne Owens cowens2@students.towson.edu (240)-676-6793 with any questions about the […]

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Support TU entrepreneurship at the 4th annual Business Plan Competition Finale

May 1, 2014, 4-6 pm, Towson University Johnny Unitas Stadium: Minnegan Room Come watch the 5 finalists of TowsonGlobal’s Business Plan Competition present their business ideas to the public. Amongst the 5 finalists are 2 TU student teams, All Real Concepts and Random Repairs, and 1 TU alumni team, Zero Gravity Creations. We will be […]

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Why MASS INCARCERATION Matters to Postwar Memorial American History

The Herbert Andrews Lecture series would like to present Dr. Heather Ann Thompson from Temple University as their 2014 speaker. Dr. Thompson is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Temple University. Dr. Heather Ann Thompson is writing the first comprehensive history of the Attica Prison Rebellion of 1971 and its legacy for […]

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