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Three Perspectives on the International Job Search

We understand how stressful it can be to finish a degree. What are some options for international students after graduation? Join the International Student and Scholar Office for a lively panel discussion featuring immigration attorney Art Serratelli, Glenda Henkel of the Career Center, and visiting alumni Adriana Noor ’15 and An Tran ’15. Learn from […]

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TUIG Presents: Discussion of Warren Buffett’s Letters to Shareholders

Thursday, April 26 5:00-6:00pm T. Rowe Price Finance Lab, Stephens Hall Room #112 Join the Towson University Investment Group as they analyze and discuss legendary investor Warren Buffet’s 1999, 2012, and 2017 letters to shareholders [visit: http://tinyurl.com/WBLetters18]. Sponsored by the Towson University Investment Group, College of Business & Economics, and Towson University Libraries. These programs […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Kelley Finck

The Department of Audiology, Speech Language Pathology, and Deaf Studies invites the university community to a thesis defense for Kelley Finck on April 27, 2018 at 4:00 pm in VB 0116. Thesis title: Is Vulnerability to Age-Related Hearing Loss Also a Predisposition for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss? Thesis chair: Dr. Saradha Ananthakrishnan, 410-704-6369, sananthakrishnan@towson.edu

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Luncheon Talk: Tariffs, Equality, and Economics

Tariffs, Equality, and Economics Tuesday, May 15, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Regional Economic Studies Institute 7400 York Road, Room 301 REGISTER HERE This event is co-hosted by Towson University’s Regional Economic Studies Institute and REMI. Michael Siers, Senior Research Manager at Towson University’s Regional Economic Studies Institute (RESI), will give a talk titled “Racial Disparities in […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Eleni Mitoulis

The Audiology Doctoral Program invites the university community to a thesis defense for Eleni Mitoulis on Monday, April 30, 2018 from 10:00-11:00 am in Van Bokkelen Hall, Room 107. Thesis title: A Tutorial on the Practice and Implementation of Teleaudiology for Audiologists and Hearing Health Professionals Thesis committee: Dr. Peggy Korczak (chair), Dr. Jennifer Smart […]

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Call for Presenters to Multiculturalism in Action Brown Bag Series

Towson University Office of Inclusion and Institutional Equity Multiculturalism in Action Brown Bag Series Call for Presenters 2018-2019 Are you conducting research or engaging in scholarly activities that involve diverse identities (e.g. racial-ethnic, sexual orientation, religion, gender, people with disabilities, etc.)? Are you looking for an opportunity to present your diversity-related scholarly activities that involve student collaboration? Are you interested in […]

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Rock Climbing at Great Falls

Come hang with Outdoor Adventures for a fun day of rock climbing on April 29! The cliffs of Great Falls offer great climbing for all skill levels and even better views of the Potomac River’s Mather Gorge. Register by April 25 through recreation.towson.edu

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Money Talks: Building and Maintaining a Good Credit History for your Future

Wednesday, April 25 11:00am-12:00pm Cook Library Room #526 In this program, we will discuss the basics of what credit means, how to obtain credit and how to maintain a positive credit history.  We will talk about strategies to improve your credit score and financial well-being without having to go into debt.  Presented by Cindy Jones […]

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Sign Up to be a Commencement Volunteer Today!

Please accept this invitation and consider joining TU’s rich history of service to the graduating class, their families, and guests by volunteering to serve at Commencement. Many volunteers are needed to ensure that the ceremonies run smoothly and provide the best possible Towson University experience for all participants. Please see the schedule of spring ceremonies […]

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1st Annual Psychology Department PGSA Conference

1st Annual Psychology Department PGSA Conference! Friday, April 27th from 10:00am-1:30pm West Village Commons Ballrooms   Come to the 1st Annual Psychology Department PGSA Conference where psychology department graduate and undergraduate students will be giving talks and presenting posters on the research and scholarship they have accomplished here at TU! The conference will also feature […]

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7v7 Flag Football Tournament

Hut, hut, hike! Register for the Intramural Sports 7v7 Flag Football Tournament on May 6. Registration is open from April 23 – 30. An Intramural Sports Pass is required. For more information, visit: https://www.towson.edu/studentlife/activities/recreation/campusrec/sports/intramurals/

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Home Ownership Lunch and Learn for all TU Employees Today!

All faculty and staff are invited to attend a home buying seminar taking place in AD120 from noon to 1 p.m. today. Frank Gurchik (TU Alum ’05) with PNC Mortgage will be facilitating this seminar. Refreshments will be provided. A Mortgage Loan Officer from PNC Mortgage will cover the following topics: Overview of home buying process from […]

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New York Times Talk – New Slaves: Understanding the Libyan Slave Trade featuring Dr. Robert Rook, Professor, Director of Interdisciplinary Studies

Join the Office of Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility and the Center for Student Diversity for this unique New York Times talk! This talk will be an exploration of the Libyan slave trade that was exposed through social media to the masses last fall. Learn about the “why” behind this injustice and how the international […]

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Foreign Languages Day

Friday, April 27, 2:00 to 3:30pm College of Liberal Arts Lawn (rain location: LA Café) Students, faculty and staff of the Department of Foreign Languages invite you to join them in celebrating Foreign Languages Day. You can learn about Foreign Languages majors and minors, sample free food from the cultures behind each language, hear about […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Maria Makhina

The Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, and Deaf Studies invites the university community to a thesis defense for Maria Makhina on May 3, 2018 at 5:00 pm in Van Bokkelen Hall, room 107. Thesis title: Vestibular Dysfunction and Brain Fog Thesis chair: Dr. Srinvasan, 410-704-3920, nsrinvasan@towson.edu

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Tigers Explore DC! Join the Political Engagement Learning Community on a bus trip to Washington, DC on May 5th

Are you new to the area and have never been to Washington, D.C.? Have you been, but feel like you have more exploring to do? Got something DC-related on your bucket list that you want to check off? Look no further than this trip! The Political Engagement Learning Community at TU will be heading to […]

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Drop-in Study Abroad Advising Today

Join Ms. Jessi Soler from AIFS Study Abroad in Pysch 408 today for drop-in advising from 1-3 pm. Can’t make it this afternoon? You can find her this morning in the Union in the second floor lobby from 10 am – 12 pm. Questions? Email studyabroad@towson.edu.

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SECU Announces Awards for Towson University Live Case Challenge Competition

SECU, Maryland’s largest credit union, is pleased to announce the following awards for the top three teams participating in the Towson University Live Case Challenge Competition: First Place: $1500 Second Place: $1000 Third Place: $500 Business students from 11 sections of Strategic Management 481 are participating in the competition. For the semester-long project, students working […]

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Lunch’n’Learn with ONE Campus: Engaging with Impactful Advocacy

Interested in Advocacy? Lunch’n’Learn with staffers from the ONE Campaign on Thursday, April 26th, 12pm, UU 313 to find out how you can become more involved with advocacy locally AND globally. Learn more about developing skills and resources to influence legislation and make the biggest impact possible! One is a campaigning and advocacy organization of […]

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Sabbatical Talk by Dr. James Roberts, Department of Political Science

Dr. James Roberts, Professor in the Department of Political Science in the College of Liberal Arts, will present his sabbatical talk entitled “Preference based models of global public goods,” on Wednesday, May 2, at 5:00pm in the College of Liberal Arts building, room 4315. For more information, contact Dr. Roberts at jroberts@towson.edu.

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