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Mathematics Colloquium: Poincare-Betti Series of Monomial Rings

On Friday, March 6, 2015, Dr. Gwyneth Whieldon, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Hood College, will present a colloquium on “Poincare-Betti series of monomial rings.” This colloquium will be held in 7800 York Road, Room 320 at 1:30-2:30 p.m., with light refreshments served after the talk at 2:30 p.m. For further details, see http://www.towson.edu/math/news_and_events/graphics/ColloquiumFlyer_03_06_2015.pdf

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Vagina Monologues

The Feminist Collective and the Center for Student Diversity invite you to come and watch this performance of the award winning play, The Vagina Monologues at UU Potomac Lounge. The play will be performed on Thursday, March 5th at 7pm and Friday, March 6 at 7pm. Be prepared to gasp, laugh, and be moved. All […]

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Get it Together! Make your disaster plan.

The March Inova Webinar: Practical Strategies to Stay Safe, March 17 – noon and 2 p.m. sessions The key to surviving a disaster is to be prepared. Whether your community is prone to hurricanes, tornados, vulnerable to wildfires, or waiting for the next big earthquake, having a plan in place can make all the difference for […]

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New York Times Talk

Our next New York Times Talk is next Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. in the University Union, Room 305. Join Joyce Garczynski, Communications & Development Librarian of Cook Library, in discussing creating a work/life balance. We invite you to join us for lunch and an engaging discussion with students, faculty, and staff. The Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership looks […]

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Mardistan (Macholand): Reflections on Indian Manhood: Film Screening and Discussion

The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice in the College of Liberal Arts is sponsoring a film screening and discussion of Assistant Professor Harjant Gill’s new film, “Mardistan (Macholand):  Reflections on Indian Manhood,” on Wednesday, March 11, at 5:00pm in LA 1201 in the College of Liberal Arts building.  This documentary explores what it […]

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Jewish Holidays – Spring 2015

JEWISH HOLIDAYS WITH WORK RESTRICTIONS Passover (no work permitted) April 10 – Friday

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OTS Training Workshops + Freezing Worksheet Panes

Tuesday, March 10 PowerPoint 2013: Advanced, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m., Admin 113A Tuesday, March 11 Word 2013: Styles, Section Breaks and Columns, 10:00 – 12:00 p.m., Cook 404A Tuesday, March 17 Contribute: Software Overview, 10:30 – 12:00 p.m., Cook 404A Tuesday, March 18 Creating Accessible PDF Documents, 9:30 – 11:30 p.m., Cook 404A To sign […]

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New Business Travel System for Campus

As of next week, the Business Travel Office will move its forms to an online workflow with electronic routing for approvals. Benefits of the new TigerTravel program include: Easy-to-complete forms – the system points out mistakes and helps you fix them before the form is submitted. Faster reimbursements – once submitted, the system shows you […]

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Help Stop Fraud in Maryland

The Maryland General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Audits operates a toll-free fraud hotline for all state and Towson University employees to report allegations of fraud and/or abuse of state resources.  Information reported to the hotline in the past has helped to eliminate certain fraudulent activities and protect state resources. The types of activities that should […]

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Watch WTMD and MPT Save the Bay! Free TV Taping

The Chesapeake Bay needs your help by attending a free taping of the Concert for the Chesapeake Bay on Sunday March 29th at 5:30 pm.  The concert features Baltimore favorites Among Wolves and the Ursula Ricks Project and is hosted by WTMD’s General Manager Steve Yasko and MPT’s Yolanda Vazquez. This program supports volunteers who […]

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Counseling Center Listserv for Faculty/Staff

Interested in keeping up with the Counseling Center? The Counseling Center now has a listserv designed for faculty and staff. Each month you’ll receive one email with information about some of our services and upcoming events that may interest you and the students you work with. To join, simply send an email to counselingcenter.news-request@lists.towson.edu with […]

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Mature Student Luncheon & Peer Support Group

Are you an undergraduate student who is 23 or older? Looking to make meaningful connections and learn more about campus resources? Join us for the next Mature Students Lunch and Peer Support Group on Monday March 9th starting at noon in the Center for Student Diversity, University Union 313. The Mature Students Lunch and Peer […]

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PAGS Sabbatical Talk by Dr. Tatyana Sorokina: “Intrinsic Supersmoothness of Bivariate Functions and Vector Fields”

The Department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences invites all to attend the Spring 2015 Seminar, “Sabbatical Talk: Supersmoothness of Bivariate Functions and Vector Fields ” by Dr. Tatyana Sorokina. Friday, March 6, 2015 Talk 11:00 am-Noon, SM 420. All invited. For further information contact: Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences Dept. 410-704-3020

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Add + itional Math Tutoring!

Don’t fall behind because you didn’t have time to get the help you needed! Tutoring is available at the Spence Mathematics Lab, YR #105, as well as the following locations. Where: Smith Hall, Room 304 When: Monday & Thursday 5-7pm Subjects: DVMT 101, MATH 083, 102, 105, 109, 111, 115, 119, 135, 211, 273, & […]

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Call for Faculty-led Study Abroad Program Proposals

Are you interested in teaching abroad? The Study Abroad Office is gearing up to develop faculty-led study abroad programs for 2016! The deadline for submitting a proposal to be a faculty director of a short-term study abroad program during Minimester, Spring Break or Summer 2016 is Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Faculty members will be notified […]

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March is National Nutrition Month

Free Activities, Prizes and Free Nutrition Counseling are available this month. Read below to learn about some of the services offered. Also, look for National Nutrition Month specials in the dining halls during March, and be on the lookout for weekly nutrition tips and advice for students in the T3! In order to be entered into […]

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Free Kaplan GRE, LSAT & MCAT Practice Tests

Need to practice before you take the big test? Take the Kaplan practice tests online at a time and location convenient for you. These tests are provided at no cost to you. Test options include: MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE, PCAT, OAT, and DAT. Register at www.kaptest.com/events For more information, contact the Career Center by calling […]

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Women’s History Month Event: Featuring Maysoon Zayid

Famed for her viral TEDx talks, Maysoon Zayid is coming to Towson! Maysoon addresses her own identity intersections of ethnicity and disability, and how they have shaped her journey of becoming one of America’s first Muslim women comedians. She speaks about the survival of the un-fittest and reinforces that no dream is impossible. Wednesday, March […]

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On-Campus Recruiting: Meet with CIA Recruiters TOMORROW!!

DISCOVER WHAT IT’S REALLY LIKE TO WORK FOR THE CIA! Looking for a challenging and rewarding internship or career? Have you ever thought about working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)? Join us for an information session through the Career Center’s On-Campus Recruiting Program! All majors and years are encouraged to attend. TOMORROW, Thursday, March […]

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German Town: The Lost Story of Seaford Town, Jamaica

The Department of Foreign Languages in the College of Liberal Arts is sponsoring a film screening of “German Town:  The Lost Story of Seaford Town, Jamaica,” on Thursday, March 12, at 7:00pm in LA 2110 in the College of Liberal Arts building.  This documentary explores the history of German heritage within Westmoreland, a village with […]

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