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Get Engaged: Pump Up Your Campus Jamz

The Thriving Tiger would like to help you get your week started off on the right note with a new article from the Center for Student Diversity.  Engagement looks differently to different people and this article explores a variety of ways to get engaged with the community.  It is important to make the most of […]

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Last Chance Opportunities for Students on Warning to Have Holds Removed Prior to registering for the Fall 2015 semester

If you were placed on academic warning and have not participated in an Intervention activity or if you are trying to decide whether to withdraw from a course, this workshop sponsored by the Academic Advising Center and the Academic Achievement Center is for you.   “Last Chance” Workshop   Lecture Hall Bldg., room 238, Thursday, April 2, […]

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Study Abroad Office is Hiring!

The Towson Study Abroad Office is hiring for TWO Peer Advisors to start in Fall 2015. More information on the position description, qualifications and application are below! What does a peer advisor do? – Greet and assist visitors in the Study Abroad Office. These can be students, faculty, parents, staff, you name it. – Answer […]

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Faculty and Staff Kudos

Ron Brown (Development) completed the Financial Knowledge Certificate, one of five noncredit certificates offered by the Office of Human Resources. This certificate is designed for faculty and staff who want to learn more about a variety of financial topics. Click this link to learn more about competency focus and certificate programs available to all faculty […]

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Career Center “Express Hours” are BACK! No appointment necessary!

Need a quick resume and/or cover letter review? Drop by the Career Center during our “Express Hours” Monday through Thursday from 1-4 p.m. to meet with one of our trained Career Peer Advisors! Please note that “Express Hours” are conducted on a first-come, first-serve basis! Sessions are approximately 15 minutes long. To schedule a longer […]

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The Career Center is Coming to You…Today at Cook Library!

Stop by the Cook Library main lobby Monday, March 30 from 10 a.m. – noon for a resume critique, job search assistance, help with Hire@TU, or other quick questions. All students are welcome! You can also drop by the Career Center for “Express Hours” Monday through Thursday from 1-4 p.m. on a first-come, first-serve basis. […]

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Diversity Speaker Series, featuring former Baltimore City Major Kurt Schmoke

The Center of Student Diversity invites you to come hear Kurt Schmoke. Kurt Schmoke is best known as the first elected African American major of Baltimore City, serving from 1987-1999. While he was major, Schmoke initiated a number of innovative programs in housing, education, public health, and economic development. In 1992, President George H.W. Bush […]

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O’s Night Tickets VS. Yankees!!!

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.

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Susan Turnbaugh’s Retirement Luncheon

Please join us in a celebration to honor Susan Turnbaugh as she embarks on a new journey.  After 46 years of hard work and dedication, Susan will be retiring from Towson University on May 29, 2015.  We hope you can stop by for some lunch and to wish her well. WHEN: Friday, April 24 at […]

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Writing a Personal Statement for Grad School?

Need to write an amazing statement for graduate school but have no idea where to start? The Personal Statement Writing 101 workshop Monday, March 30 from 3-4 p.m. at Hawkins Hall 027 will help you take advantage of the expertise of both the Writing Center and the Career Center to get your statement kick-started! For […]

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DSM Live: A virtual tour of mental illness.

Have you ever wanted to learn more about mental health? Are you intrigued by different mental illnesses? The Counseling Center at Ward and West is hosting an “around the world” style event to promote awareness and education about different mental illnesses in an interactive way! Energetic tour guides will take you on a trip through […]

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Speed Networking with TBAA and NAAAHR Baltimore

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 […]

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Call for Commencement Volunteers – Spring 2015

In Spring 2015 we will begin a year-long celebration of Towson University’s 150th anniversary including our 150th commencement ceremonies. We are seeking staff members to assist with all six commencement ceremonies. Many volunteers are needed to ensure that the ceremonies run smoothly and provide the best possible Towson experience for all participants. Volunteer assignments are […]

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Open Mic Night!

Got talent you want to share? Want to cheer on your friends up on stage? This is your chance! We are looking for Towson students with different talents to come out to Open Mic Night! Whether you can sing, dance, or act….we want you! All talents are welcome! Students are encouraged to sign up by […]

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Want free money for the fall semester? $5,000 Scholarship Opportunity!

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 2015 semester. Not only can students receive a generous scholarship, but they’re also given the opportunity to network with the biggest CIOs in the country. The qualifications are as follows: • 3.6 […]

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I’m a Survivor: Support Group for Survivors of Sexual and Relationship Violence

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; mwydra@towson.edu.

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Take a FREE Rape, Aggression, Defense (RAD) Course sponsored by TUPD

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 […]

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Speed Networking with TBAA and NAAAHR Baltimore

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 […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Jessica J. Hobson

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., mhemm@towson.edu

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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 […]

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