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Dissertation Defense Announcement for Nnanna N. Ekedebe

The Doctor of Science program in Information Technology invites the university community to a dissertation defense for Nnanna N. Ekedebe on 4/30/15 at 11:00 am in 7800 York Road, Room 459. Dissertation Title: “Towards Efficient and Secured Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)”  Thesis Chair: Dr. Wei Yu, 410-704-5528, wyu@towson.edu Thesis Committee: Dr. Chao Lu, Dr. Robert […]

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World War I as Global War: Japan and the Dawn of an Asia/Pacific World

On Wednesday, April 22, at 3:30pm in the College of Liberal Arts, room 4310, Dr. Fred Dickinson from the University of Pennsylvania will present the Spring keynote address entitled ” World War I as Global War:  Japan and the Dawn of an Asia/Pacific World.”  Dr. Dickinson is Professor of Japanese History and co-director of the Lauder Institute of Management […]

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Earn $15: Towson Students Are Invited to Participate in Research on Teamwork and Decision-making

The Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice invites students to take part in research investigating group dynamics and team decision-making!  The research is being conducted in conjunction with researchers at the University of Iowa and provides research participants with monetary compensation ($15 for an hour of their time).  If interested, please visit http://uiowa-soc.sona-systems.com/, create […]

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Now Accepting Applications: Alumni Association Scholarships – Applications due by May 1, 2015

The TU Alumni Association offers the following awards and scholarships: Alumni Association Scholarship Award (formerly the Distinguished Presidential Scholarship) The purpose of the Alumni Association Scholarship Award is to recognize, encourage, and reward undergraduate students who demonstrate the highest levels of intellectual and personal achievement and have the potential to become active alumni who will […]

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Languages in the Real World

The Department of Foreign Languages invites you to its “Languages in the Real World” program on Friday, April 24, 2:00 to 4:00pm in the LA Cafe in the College of Liberal Arts.  Come and learn about using language in internships, community service, and study abroad programs.  Find out about job opportunities for multilingual people.  Hear […]

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SGA Petitions due TODAY by 4pm!!

Did you pick up a petition to run for an SGA position? Or do you want to run in the April elections and find yourself representing your peers on the SGA? If so…petitions are due TODAY in the SGA office, UU 226 by 4PM. All full time, fee-paying, undergraduate students with at least a 2.5 […]

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Wellness Fair

Join the Brothers of Theta Chi, the Wellness Peer Educators, and the Health & Counseling Center at the Wellness Fair! Students will have the chance to learn more about the 8 dimensions of wellness through activities like massages from a licensed massage therapist, short acupuncture sessions, brain games, gratitude cards, and so much more! Check […]

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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 still seeking staff members to assist with the commencement ceremonies. Many volunteers are needed to ensure that the ceremonies run smoothly and provide the best possible Towson experience for all participants. Volunteers are still […]

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Seminar: Professional Cultures and Inequality in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

Workshop presented by Dr. Erin Cech, Department of Sociology, Rice University on April 24, 2015 2:30-3:30 PM in Smith Hall 356  Can the culture of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions help to reproduce inequality?  Professional cultures, which give each STEM discipline its particular “feel” and unite discipline members under the same taken-for-granted system […]

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Seniors: Last Chance to Register for the Alumni Hospitality Pavilion!

Reminder, Seniors: Reminder, Seniors: Registration for tomorrow’s TU Alumni Association senior and alumni tailgate ends today! Seniors are invited to join alumni at the Auburn Pavilion for free food and a TU Alumni Association Senior T-shirt. Seniors must be present and check in at the tailgate to get their shirt. The tailgate is from 10 a.m.-12 […]

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Basketball, You, and Peer Review: The Importance of Peer Review in Research. New from the Thriving Tiger

In the latest article in the Thriving Tiger blog, the Cook Library tells you why and how you should use peer review to improve your research paper or project.  Read it, print it, and share it from the Thriving Tiger blog:  http://thrivingtiger.wordpress.com .

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PAGS Spring Colloquium: “Education and Outreach Facilities at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Tales from Engineer’s Involvement in Preservice and Inservice Teacher Training Programs”

The Department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences invites all to attend the Spring 2015 Seminar, “Education and Outreach Facilities at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Tales from Engineer’s Involvement in Preservice and Inservice Teacher Training Programs ” by Danielle Margiotta and Caitlin Bacha. Friday, April 17, 2015. Talk 11:00 am-Noon, SM 420. All invited. For […]

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Register Today for EnviroFest

On April 18, 2015 Towson University’s Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership in conjunction with the Student Government Association and the Office of Sustainability will be hosting its annual environmental conference, EnviroFest!   This year’s theme is “6 Degrees of Sustainability”, which is about providing the campus community opportunities to learn how the incorporate sustainability […]

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R.S.V.P. Today for the CLA Career Symposium & Breakfast – April 28

Don’t miss this opportunity to get free breakfast and hear from Towson alumni and local professionals that can help put you on the right path to your future at the CLA Career Symposium & Breakfast Tuesday, April 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the University Union, Chesapeake Rooms. You can attend the full […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Emily Garrett

The Audiology program invites the university community to a thesis defense for Emily Garrett on April 29, 2015 from 2:00-3:00 pm in Van Bokkelen, room 107. Thesis Title: “Parental Experiences with Early Childhood Services for their Child with Hearing Loss” Thesis Committee: Dr. Stephanie Nagle, Dr. Jennifer Smart, Dr. Elise Smith 410-704-3920, snagle@towson.edu

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2015 John Gissendanner Symposium

  The 2015 John Gissendanner Symposium Black Votes Matter: Remembering the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act Come listen to distinguished guests such as, veterans from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and Attorney Warren Brown, as they explore the topics of: Student Activists and the Struggle for Voting Rights during the Civil Rights Movement […]

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Free money! $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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Thesis Defense Announcement for C. Reyn Boyer

The Experimental Psychology program invites the university community to a thesis defense for C. Reyn Boyer on 4/30/15 from 11:00-12:00 in CLA 3211. Thesis Title: “Transgender Friendship Profiles: Patterns across Gender Identity and LGBT Affiliation” Thesis Chair: Dr. Paz Galupo, 410-704-2412, pgalupo@towson.edu

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Baltimore City Mayor Kurt Schmoke speaking tonight

The Center of Student Diversity invites you to come hear Kurt Schmoke. Kurt Schmoke is best known as the first elected African American mayor of Baltimore City, serving from 1987-1999. While he was mayor, 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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COOK LIBRARY’S ANNUAL BOOK SALE

Sunday, April 19: 12:00pm-4pm, Cook Library, 3rd Floor Monday, April 20-Friday, April 24: 7:30am-4pm, Cook Library, 3rd Floor Help support expanding Cook Library’s technology and find great books, music, and videos that you never knew you always wanted. Materials for sale include: • Popular fiction & Self-help • Young adult/Children’s • Academic books in various […]

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