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$10 TU Gift Card for Participation in Physical Activity Research Study

Female participants needed for research study Understanding Father Impact on Physical Activity Behaviors among Female College Students. Participants will have height and weight taken, wear a Fitbit Zip ® for 7 consecutive days, manually record daily physical activity, and complete three questionnaires. Participants receive a $10 TU gift card for participating. Please contact the Father Impact Study […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for April Jones

The Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, and Deaf Studies invites the university community to a thesis defense for April Jones on 5/2/18 at 11:00 am in Van Bokkelen 107. Thesis title: The Development of a Diversity Education Seminar Series for Graduate Students Thesis chair: Dr. Jennifer Smart, 410-704-3105, JSmart@towson.edu

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TODAY – Hirschmann-McWilliams Asian Studies Lecture Series – “Understanding Japanese Culture: From Literature and Film to Video Games”

TODAY – Thursday, April 26, 5:30pm College of Liberal Arts building, room 4310 All are invited to hear Rachael Hutchinson, Associate Professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Delaware, present her lecture entitled “Understanding Japanese Culture: From Literature and Film to Video Games.” For more information, contact Dr. Heinz-Erik Ropers, Director of Asian Studies, at hropers@towson.edu.

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Sabbatical Talk by Dr. Suk G. Choi, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

Dr. Suk Gabriel Choi, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies in the College of Liberal Arts, will present his sabbatical talk entitled “Plato, Confucius, and Adorno on the Value of Music,” on Tuesday, May 1, at 5:15pm in the College of Liberal Arts building, room 2310. For more information, contact Dr. Suk G. Choi at suchoi@towson.edu.

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Attention Student Groups: Don’t Miss the Leave Your Legacy Event

How would you document the 2017-18 year for the history of TU? Capture your time, preserve your memories, Leave your Legacy! Bring anything to contribute to the 2017-18 time capsule! A story to be recorded, a trophy to be admired, or even just a note that kept you inspired. All materials will be preserved in […]

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Come to the 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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Sabbatical Talk by Dr. Esther Wangari, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies

Dr. Esther Wangari, Associate Professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies in the College of Liberal Arts, will present her sabbatical talk entitled “The transformation of African tenure systems to capitalist private ownership of land between 1950s -1970s,” on Tuesday, May 8, at 6:00pm in the College of Liberal Arts building, room 3204. For more information, contact Dr. Wangari at ewangari@towson.edu.

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Don’t Miss Entrepreneurship @ TU Demo Day 2018

ENTREPRENEURSHIP @ TU DEMO DAY Tap into the entrepreneurial pipeline at Towson University MAY 1 Networking & Pitches 5 – 7 p.m. Towson University, University Union, Potomac Lounge Free and Open to the Public Network with innovators and entrepreneurs from TU. See exciting initiatives of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Learn about the TU […]

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Are You Creative and Love Snapchat? Cook Library has the Contest for You!

If you are creative and love Snapchat, we invite you to enter our geofilter contest! What: Design a Snapchat geofilter for the chance to be chosen as the featured geofilter during finals week When: April 23-May 4 How: Design a geofilter according to Snapchat’s specs and send your amazing final product to a-list@towson.edu

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Christina Downs and Tiffany Connatser

The Audiology Doctoral Program invites the university community to a thesis defense for Christina Downs and Tiffany Connatser on Friday, May 4, 2018 from 3:30-4:30 pm in Van Bokkelen Hall, Room 111. Christina Downs: Objective Comparative Analysis of Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs) in the Presence of Reverberation Thesis chair: Dr. Peggy Korczak, pkorczak@towson.edu Tiffany Connatser: Objective Comparative Analysis of Localization Performance […]

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Independent Film Screening – “I.O.U.S.A. – One Nation, Under Stress, In Debt.”

Join the Office of Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility, and the “Up To Us: Year of Action” Organization in the University Union, Room 305 from 6:00 – 8:00pm for an independent film screening of “I.O.U.S.A”! This documentary boldly examines the rapidly growing national debt and its consequences for the United States, and will be followed with a brief […]

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More than just a ‘Bridge’? Russia’s Asian Pivot through Vladivostok

Although China, Russia, and North Korea are frequently mentioned by the US media, little insight is shared from those who have actually spent time where these three nations meet. Jeremy spent four months in Russia’s Pacific port city of Vladivostok, located a short ferry ride from the Korean peninsula and from the Chinese-Russian border, and just a 40 […]

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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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Baltimore Rampage Climbing Competition

The Baltimore Rampage Climbing Competition returns to the Outdoor Adventure Center for its 14th year on Saturday, April 28. The climbing begins at 11 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. Climbers of all skill levels are welcome to join in on the fun! Learn more at recreation.towson.edu

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Vincent Thomas, Dance, Sabbatical Presentations Today 2 PM -Tomorrow 3 PM

Moving Men and Masculinity, Vincent E. Thomas, Department of Dance My scholarship is unearthing our humanness as men through the lens of movement/dance. My research is also excavating and challenging social assumptions as well as rethinking our notions of the cultural construct – masculinity.  Movement Enhancement Skills for Men (Core 5) is a course developed with […]

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OTS Training Workshops + Tools to Enhance Your PowerPoint Presentations

    Panopto: Lecture Recording Software Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 – 11:00am-1:00pm Cook 404A Utilize instructional recording software to enhance your course. Blackboard: Tests and Assignments Thursday, April 26th, 2018 – 10:00am-11:00am – Cook 404A Leverage the power of Blackboard to create and grade tests and assignments for your courses. Creating Accessible PDF Documents Thursday, […]

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Free Developmental Screenings for Children and Youth

The Occupational Therapy Center at the Institute for Well-Being is offering free developmental screenings for children and youth (2-16) on May 4, 2018, with appointments available for 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. If you would like to know more about your child’s development, please register at http://www.towson.edu/iwb/centers/occutherapy/registration/index.html or call 410-704-7300. Registration is required and appointments will […]

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Women’s Faculty and Staff Association Brown Bag Lunch

Open invitation to all Women on Campus to join the Women’s Faculty and Staff Association for our monthly Brown Bag Lunch Meeting. There will be a presentation on Stress Management and nominations for next year’s Co-chairs. We will be located in the Loch Raven Room in the University Union from Noon to 1pm. If you […]

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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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Looking for a job or internship? Stop by Student Launch Pad TODAY for a resume critique!

The Career Center is coming to Student Launch Pad! Stop by Cook Library, Room 401 TODAY from Noon – 1 p.m. for resume reviews, job search strategies, help with Handshake, and other quick career-related questions. All students are welcome to stop by! You can also drop by the Career Center during “Express Hours” Monday through […]

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