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Study Abroad in Your Classroom

Want to share more information with your students about study abroad? Let us come to you. The TU Study Abroad Office can: Speak to your class or student group about a specific opportunity abroad. Give a presentation about the study abroad process at TU. Host an informal conversation about study abroad with returning study abroad […]

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OTS Training Workshop + Blackboard Reminder

Tips and Training from the Office of Technology Services Below is a list of our upcoming free training workshops available to Faculty, Staff and Students. Tuesday, September 2 Excel 2013: Managing & Enhancing Workbooks, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m., Admin 113A Thursday, September 4 Smart Classroom Technology Orientation, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., Cook 404A Monday, September […]

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The Thriving Tiger Blog Returns for the Fall 2014 Semester! Carpe Diem! Seize the Day!

Look for the Thriving Tiger Blog, dedicated to inspiring and supporting students to succeed at Towson University,  The first issue of the new academic year focuses on being fully present in this great adventure of a college education. Read it, print it, and share it at http://thrivingtiger.wordpress.com/

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Take the Tiger Pledge

Welcome back to Towson!   We hope you are ready to have a safe and successful semester. To help you make that happen, we invite you to take the Tiger Pledge.   Tiger Pledge:   I will… 1. Treat others with civility and respect. 2. Inspire others with leadership and excellence. 3. Grow personally, professionally, ethically, […]

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Panopto Instructional Recording Is Now Available

OTS is pleased to announce the launch of Panopto for use by all faculty. Panopto is an Instructional Recording Software package that can capture audio, video, computer screens (screencasting) or any combination thereof. These recordings can then be shared with students via Blackboard. All a faculty member needs to get started is the software package, […]

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Win a gift card to Towson Town Center!

Welcome to all our new and returning Tigers!Stay in touch with the TU Career Center to receive valuable career updates and keep yourself motivated this new academic year! Help us kick-off our “Question of the Day” Facebook series for your chance to win a prize! “Like” us at CareerCenterTU Post a response to our “Question […]

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Join Student Conduct & Civility Education for Annual Faculty Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Offerings

Greetings!   The Office of Student Conduct & Civility Education will be offering our 3rd annual Faculty Lunch & Learn series! Please feel free to join us and bring your lunch on the following days.   Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)  Discussing educational records, what can & cannot be shared with parents, strategies […]

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Student LIFE Line 410-704-LIFE (5433)

The Division of Student Affairs offers the Student LIFE Line, a telephone line to assist students with any question they may have about the University.  LIFE Line is staffed and ready to assist callers Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  After these hours, a voice mail message can be left and will be […]

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Taste of Towson is back September 18!

  ALL YOU CAN EAT & OPEN BAR FROM YOUR FAVORITE TOWSON RESTAURANTS The Towson Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 4th Annual Taste of Towson. Come support your Towson community with Towson faculty, staff, and the rest of the Towson community at the new SECU Arena on September 18 from 5 – 7:30 p.m.. […]

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Register for the 2014 Fall Involvement Fair!

With the start of the school year, hundreds of students will be looking for ways to get involved.  The Fall Involvement Fair will be held on September 3rd from 4-6pm in the University Union.  This is a great opportunity to advertise and recruit for your organization.  Tables are available on a first-come, first-serve basis so […]

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Get to Know Cook Library by Taking Our QR Code Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt!

Ms. Ima Dead-Body has been murdered in the library lobby and we need your help to find her killer! Participating in the Library’s Mobile Murder Mystery is simple! All you need to solve the murder are super-sleuth skills and a camera phone with a QR code reader.  The first clue in this murder mystery scavenger […]

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In 90 Seconds, Learn All You Need to Know about Cook Library!

Al Burt is back and he wants you to learn what he knows about Cook Library! You can view this new commercial (and all of Al’s previous videos) on Cook Library’s YouTube channel or by clicking on the image below

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Jewish & Muslim Holidays with Work Restrictions – Fall 2014

JEWISH HOLIDAYS Rosh Hashanah (No work permitted) September 24 – Wednesday (begins at sunset) September 25 – Thursday September 26 – Friday Yom Kippur (No work permitted) October 3 – Friday (begins at sunset) October 4 – Saturday Sukkot – (No work permitted) October 8 – Wednesday (begins at sunset) October 9 – Thursday October […]

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New Number for Text-a-Librarian: 410-774-1398

Research help got a new text number over the summer! If you have a quick question, you can now text it to 410-774-1398 to get an answer. There is no more short code to enter. Just text us your question and if it during our research help hours, you will get a quick reply. (If […]

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Prep for the Part-Time & On Campus Job Fair at the Career Center Cookies & Milk Social

Have questions about the Part-Time & On Campus Job Fair happening on Tuesday? Want to learn how the Career Center can help you? Get connected, get ahead, and get answers! Attend the Career Center Cookies & Milk Social Monday, August 25 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the Career Center (7800 York Road, Suite 206) and you […]

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OTS Training Presents: 5 Questions with Eric Cannizzo Understanding the Wireless Network on Campus

OTS Training is pleased to present another 5 Questions with video. In this episode, we are speaking with Eric Cannizzo, Associate Director for Communication Systems, regarding the new tu-openaccess wifi network which was recently introduced to campus. Watch this brief interview and learn which network to connect to on campus as well as important information […]

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Important Safety Tips

The Towson University Police Department (TUPD) welcomes you to campus for the fall 2014 term! Our goal is to create a safe place for you to live, work and learn. Part of doing that is keeping you fully informed about safety policies & practices, crimes that occur on or near campus, and crime prevention programs and services. You can […]

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Access events, maps & more via the Towson U mobile app

Download the Towson U mobile app to get campus information at your fingertips. You can do the following on the app: See campus eventsAccess mapsAdd/drop classesView charges dueLook up buildings & placesFind athletic schedules & scores Plus a ton more features. Download the app by searching for “Towson U” in your app store or going […]

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New Ferguson and Michael Brown infoPlaylist from Cook Library

Michael Brown, an unarmed African-American teenager, was shot and killed by police in Ferguson, Missouri (a suburb of St. Louis) on Saturday, August 9, 2014. The firestorm of protests and arrests that followed has led to nation-wide discussions about race, media coverage, policing, and the First Amendment of the Constitution.  Librarians Joyce Garczynski and Megan […]

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Consent is Sexy STREET TEAM!

Look out for the CONSENT IS SEXY Street Team around campus and at the Fall Involvement Fair the week of September 1st. Peer educators will be engaging students to talk about consensual sex, relationships, and violence prevention. Come on out to learn about resources for survivors, safety tips, and what YOU can do to prevent […]

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