This FREE group will allow survivors to connect with one another to heal and promote post-traumatic growth. Through the support of trained therapists and fellow survivors, the group will address: Coping skills Posttraumatic stress Self-empowerment Reducing self-blame Call or email Dr. Maria Wydra at the Counseling Center for information about joining: 410-704-2512; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Towson University Police Department is offering a Rape, Aggression, Defense (RAD) course for female students, faculty and staff during the month of April. RAD is a program that teaches realistic self-defense techniques. The RAD program begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, and concludes with hands-on defense teaching. The course will be held […]
Come and join the African American Student Development Program, Career Center, Towson’s Black Alumni Association and the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Association of African American’s in Human Resources for a Speed Networking Event! This will be a great event to connect students, Towson Alumni and Baltimore area professionals! There will be light refreshments […]
The Department of Biological Science invites the university community to a thesis defense for Jessica J. Hobson on Thursday, April 9, 2015 from 12:30-3:30 pm in Smith Hall room 340. The thesis title is “An Investigation of Small Protein Sequence Plasticity: A CydX Mutagenesis Study”. Thesis Chair – Matthew R. Hemm, PhD., email@example.com
New Advising Management System Now Available for All Faculty: Accessing Important Student Academic Information is Easier than Ever
A new system to maximize advisor efficiency, accessibility, streamline the advising process and increase communication between departments is current being implemented throughout the University. The initiative, called the Student Success Collaborative, is being spearheaded by the Academic Advising Center and is now available. If you would like access to the platform, please contact your department […]
Join a representative from the Career Center and the Academic Advising Center on Today, March 26 from 5-6 p.m. in Lecture Hall 238 in order to: Determine if you are on track for graduation Learn how to perfect your resume Rock your next interview And learn about FREE on-campus resources!
Experience life from a different point of view! The National Student Exchange (NSE) allows undergraduates to study for a semester or year at another NSE school in the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada. Broaden your personal and educational perspectives, and pay Towson University tuition while you study somewhere else. Eligibility: […]
Be there! Where? On the Square? Where? Freedom Square? When? 12:00 PM For? Free pizza*, prizes, and information to help you get ready for fall registration. Learn more about the Degree Completion, Fall Registration, Core Curriculum Requirements. Have a question about your academics? We’ll be there for you with a pie in hand! Sponsored by […]
Perhaps you have checked your Student Center recently and have seen a “hold” called Student Degree Plan Required. So what is that all about? Here is what you need to know and do. If you have between 45 and 90 earned credits, you must complete and file an approved Degree Completion Plan with your academic department. […]
Learn more about McAdam through the Career Center’s On-Campus Recruiting Program. McAdam will be sponsoring a special information session here at Towson University. This is the best way to find out about their career options and begin the selection process. Tomorrow, Friday, March 27 10-11 a.m. The Career Center, 7800 York Road, Ste. 206 Business […]
O’s Night tickets for the April 15th game vs. Yankees are on sale now! We will sell out; so please buy asap. Tickets are $10 online at: www.orioles.com/tix/towson For any questions or accessibility seating, please contact (888) 848-BIRD (2473) and ask for the Ticket Services team.
A conversation exploring the intersections of media, gender-based violence, communities of color, lgbtqia identities, veterans and street harassment. Featuring Baltimore Hollaback! and Fostering Activism and Alternatives NOW! (FAAN). Shawna Potter is the Founder and Advisory Board Member of the Baltimore chapter of Hollaback! Her proudest moments have been as a member of the Transgender Response […]
On Wednesday, April 1, at 7:00pm in the College of Liberal Arts, room 1201, Dr. Chris Dixon will be the guest lecturer at the Spring 2015 International Studies Symposium. His talk, entitled “Another Politics: Talking Across Today’s Transformative Movements,” draws on interviews with dozens of experienced radical organizers across the U.S. and Canada, exploring another […]
AileyCamp Baltimore is gearing up for 2015! We are excited to get started and we need your help. AileyCamp is looking for volunteers to be an interviewer for the AileyCamp interview sessions at Towson University. In order to be an interviewer you must attend interview training with AileyCamp’s national director, Nasha Thomas-Schmitt. Nasha will be […]
Here’s your chance to enjoy a free concert and be a member of the studio audience. 89.7 WTMD General Manager Steve Yasko co-hosts the studio taping of the Concert for the Chesapeake Bay at Maryland Public Television (MPT) studios, Sunday, March 29. Towson University and MPT are providing bus transportation for students who wish to […]
Find full-time, internship, part-time, and summer opportunities from over 90 employers at the 2015 Spring Mega Job Fair Thursday, March 26 from noon to 3 p.m. at West Village Commons Ballrooms. There are employers hiring for each major, including: Aerotek AlignStaffing Enterprise General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) Kennedy Krieger Institute Maxim Healthcare Services NewDay USA […]
Attention: $1,000 Scholarship Opportunity for the Spring 2015 Semester for Freshman and Sophomore women 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 scholarship available for you! The Center for Student Diversity is offering this scholarship to […]
The Office of Technology Services (OTS) has scheduled system maintenance for Sunday, March 29 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. The following services will be offline at some point between 7 a.m. and noon: ImageNow Housing Cold Fusion Applications (including ProCard, HateBias, Phonebook, Forms Repository) Pinnancle GRAD Business Objects R25 Campus Call The following service […]
e an informal discussion about Open Educational Resources (OER) and how it is being used in teaching at Towson University. The purpose of the meeting is to explore and share experiences and advice, and hopefully, set an agenda for scaling up the use of OER on our campus. Please join OAI for an open discussion […]
Join the Towson University Alumni Association for a night of incredible cuisine, cocktails, entertainment, and the Sinatra-inspired vocals of Gary N. Rubin ’69 with accompaniment by Brent Hardesty ’83/’04. When: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 6 – 8 p.m. Harry Browne’s Restaurant 66 State Circle Annapolis, Maryland 21401 $40 per person with $10 being a tax deductible contribution to the Professional […]