We have some exciting news! The Office of Assessment is pleased to announce the release of our assessment software the Planning Module. The software will provide our users with an easier way to navigate the interface. The new interface is user-friendly and allows users to search for their departments and/or programs. Additional system capabilities include an […]
The BTU Lunch & Learn series is a chance for faculty and staff to tap into BTU, expand engaged work, and learn best practices from colleagues who are successfully doing the work. Lunch is served. Space is limited. Register early. Lunch & Learn: A Guide to Community Engagement November 7, 2018 | 12:00–1:30 p.m. | […]
The International Student Association is pleased to invite members of the Towson University community to join on their bus trip to Washington DC on Saturday, October 27. Tickets are on sale at the Union Ticket Office, and online at http://bit.ly/TUbustrips . The charter bus will leave campus at 9am and return by 9:30pm. Participants will […]
Attend a Movement Fundamentals Clinic with the Outdoor Adventure Center staff! Participants will learn the foundations behind movement while climbing and learn basic exercises to practice during and after the clinic. Clinics take place on October 11, 18, and 25 from 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. To register, visit: recreation.towson.edu.
The next Ally Training will be on Wednesday, October 24 from 12 – 2pm in Union 314, 315, 316. TU’s Ally Training provides resources, tools and strategies for supporting LGBTQ+ communities. Ally Trainings are offered throughout the year and are open to TU students, staff and faculty. Topics include LGBTQ+ terminology, pronouns, bias and discrimination, […]
Friday, October 26 from 12-1pm Due to the SPS Pumpkin Drop on Friday October 26th between 12-1pm, the sidewalk behind Smith Hall closest to the Glen will be closed for the hour.
On or about November 5, 2018, the main entrance (east) to the University Union building will be closed for public access due to planned construction activities. The accessible entrance at the second floor will be located at the southeast corner of the University Union building (near Glen Tower A). All other entrances will remain open […]
The Towson University Police Department will once again be participating in the Maryland Highway Safety Office “Towards Zero Deaths” enforcement campaign. TUPD will join forces with other law enforcement agencies throughout the state of Maryland in a unified effort to increase enforcement of Maryland traffic laws. The goals of the campaign are: To raise public […]
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a method of curriculum development aimed at reducing barriers that may exist for students in their learning. UDL – outlined by the Center for Applied and Special Technologies – is designed around specific neural networks which inform three general principles for designing flexible curricula that include multiple means of […]
An exciting evening of karaoke; performances by Actors Anonymous, Voice Slam Poetry Collective; a photo booth; costume contest; free food and lots of prizes! Come dressed in your best Rocky Horror Picture Show character. Tuesday, October 30th, 7p-10p at the Health and Counseling Centers at Ward & West.
Disability Support Services (DSS) and Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society present: Assistive Technology Demo Day Monday, October 29, 2018 11 am – 2 pm 1st Floor of the University Union Join us for this very special opportunity. Learn and experience some of the various assistive technologies used to provide equal access to all, including students […]
The Department of Theatre Arts requires an entrance screening audition for the BFA in Acting. Auditions for students who wish to join the BFA in Acting take place between December and March each year. Students who are interested in auditioning for the 2019 program please visit here for important information on preparing to audition: https://www.towson.edu/cofac/departments/theatre/undergrad/admission/audition.html
The Department of Health Science invites the university community to a thesis defense for Timothy Dupree on 11/13/18 from 4:00-5:30 pm in Linthicum Hall, room 114. Thesis title: Stigma of a drug use prevention strategy and feasibility of implementation in Baltimore City: A qualitative study Thesis committee chair: Andrea M. Brace Ph.D. CHES, 410-704-4218, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Body Image Peer Educators for our signature Love your Body Week program at Towson University. Society tells us how to measure out self-worth with a number on a scale. Head to Tiger Plaza on October 30th from 12p-1p to smash one to show you disagree!
Do you have an important interview coming soon? Big Interview is an interactive, online system that allows students to discover what interviewers are looking for and teaches them how to anticipate and answer some of the toughest interview questions! Whether you are interviewing for a job, internship, or graduate school, use Big Interview to help […]
The annual reports for programs and core courses are due on November 1, 2018. On November 2, 2018, the editing option in the Planning Module will be disabled for the 2017-2018 annual reports to allow the Associate Deans to review the reports. As such, no changes or additions may be made to Annual Reports after […]
Hackers can gain unauthorized access, disrupt services like Netflix, Blackboard or email, and even steal and sell your identity, using fake URLs to access to your TU NetID login information. A URL is the address that appears in the text navigation bar across the top of a webpage, and hackers create fake ones to trick […]
Dribble your way up the bracket and shoot for the top! Grab your friends and make a team because the Intramural Sports 5v5 Basketball Tournament is on October 27. Registration is open from October 15-22. An Intramural Sports Pass is required. Purchase your pass at recreation.towson.edu.
Join us on Thursday, October 25, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm in the College of Liberal Arts, room 3150, for the Towson Literary Reading Series. Jenny Xie will read from her poetry collection, Eye Level (Graywolf Press, 2018), recipient of the Walt Whitman Award of the Academy of American Poets and the Holmes National Poetry Prize from […]
You can earn a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management in as little as 5 years! Join us Tuesday, October 23rd, from 5:30-6:30 in Stephens Hall, Room 310 to learn more information about the dual-degree program from the Program Director herself, Dr. Natalie Scala. Students can also receive brief assistance in filling out their applications. Students are […]