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OTS Workshop Calendar + Bits & Bytes

Tips and Training from the Office of Technology Services Below is a list of our upcoming free training workshops. Wednesday, April 16 Contribute: Software Overview, 9:30 – 11 a.m., Cook 404A Friday, April 18 PowerPoint 2013: Introduction, 10 a.m. - noon, Cook 404A Tuesday, April 22 Creating a Website: Basic Edition, 10 a.m. - noon, Cook 404A […]

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Participants Needed: Earn $$

The Cognitive Developmental Lab at the University of Towson is looking for participants to complete a two hour experiment about how we process emotion from speech. Eligible participants will be compensated a total of $40 for their time. To participate you must be at least 30 years of age, and English must be your native language. Please […]

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Participants Needed: Racial-Ethnic Microaggressions Coping Study

Do you ever feel as though people of other races/ethnicities intentionally or unintentionally offend you in some way? What do you do about it? How does it make you feel? Then this is the study for you! Our research team is looking for participants to complete an online survey regarding microaggressions coping. You will be […]

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2014 National Student Employment Week Workshop Series Reminder

Each year, during the full second week of April, colleges and universities across the country recognize the importance of the student work experience during National Student Employment Week (April 13-19). Student employment offers students career-enhancing opportunities, the ability to develop skills relevant in any career, and better preparation for the job market upon graduation. Here […]

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Prettyman Hall Functional Exercise

On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, the Office of Public Safety’s Department of Environmental Health & Safety-Office of Emergency Preparedness and the Police Department will be conducting a shelter-in-place exercise in Prettyman Hall. The exercise will occur sometime between noon and 8 p.m. and last for approximately 15 minutes. Access into the building will not be […]

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Information Session: NewDay USA will be on campus TODAY, 5-6:30 p.m.!

The TU Career Center welcomes back Jeff Martin, a TU alumnus and Vice President of NewDay USA, a rapidly expanding mortgage company that helps U.S. veterans achieve the American dream of financial security. Come learn from Jeff and other special guests from NewDay about how to launch your career with this growing company. NewDay USA […]

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Lester K. Spence – Stare in The Darkness: The Limits of Hip-Hop and Black Politics

The Gissendanner Memorial Lecture would like to present Dr. Lester K. Spence author of Stare in The Darkness for our 2014 Speaker. Dr. Spence is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University.  His specialities include black politics, racial politics, urban politics, public opinion and American political thought. In 2009 […]

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Homemade Dog and Cat Treats Sale

Hussman Center for Adults with Autism Homemade Dog and Cat Treats Sale!! As part of the Community Integration Program, adults from Towson University’s Hussman Center for Adults with Autism will be selling homemade, all natural dog and cat treats on campus at Freedom Square on Thursday, April 17th from 1:00-2:15 pm.  Small bags of treats […]

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English Ivy Removal and Clean-Up in the Glen

Join us for another volunteer event in the Glen on Friday, April 18th from 12-5pm! Our last event allowed 45 students from over a dozen student groups to complete their student group service hours conveniently on campus. Together we filled twenty 42 gallon bags with ivy! Come out this Friday to help us beat that […]

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The Career Center is coming to you! Today at Linthicum Hall and Smith Hall!

The Career Center is coming to you! Stop by the Linthicum Hall lobby Wednesday, April 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., or Smith Hall lobby Wednesday, April 16 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m., for a resume critique, job search assistance, help with Hire@TU, or other quick questions. All students are welcome! Then attend […]

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Kappa Delta Pi Honor Cords – May graduates

If you have been initiated into Kappa Delta Pi and did not purchase the honor cords when you were initiated, you may do so in the College of Education, Hawkins 304. The cords are $12 (cash or check) and will be available between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., now through May 21. Contact Mylin King if you […]

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PAGS Spring 2014 Colloquium: “Tailoring the Material Properties of Complex Oxide Thin Films to Enable Enhanced Performance of Tunable Radio Frequency/Microwave Devices”

The Department of Physics, Astronomy & Geosciences invites all to attend the Spring 2014 Seminar, “Tailoring the Material Properties of Complex Oxide Thin Films to Enable Enhanced Performance of Tunable Radio Frequency/Microwave Devices” by Melanie W. Cole, Senior Research Physical Scientist Leader, Integrated Electromagnetic Materials Research Team, U.S. Army Research Laboratory-WMRD, Aberdeen Proving Ground Friday, […]

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Ian Moore Memorial Lecture – The Art of Living: Can It Be Taught?

The Sixteenth Annual Ian Moore Memorial Lecture invites Dr. Alexander Nehamas to Towson University. Dr. Alexander Nehamas joined the Princeton University faculty in 1990.  He is also Professor of the Humanities and of Comparative Literature.  His interests include Greek philosophy, pilosophy of art, European philosophy and literary theory. For more information contact the Philosophy Department […]

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Planetarium Show: “The Dwarf that Roared: The Story of Supernova 2014J”

Dr. Parviz Ghavamian, Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geosciences, will present a planetarium show entitled, “The Dwarf That Roared: The Story of Supernova 2014J” in the Watson-King Planetarium, Smith 521. Plan to come and enjoy the show on Friday, April 18, 2014 at 8 p.m. Telescope viewing, weather permitting after the show.  

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Why MASS INCARCERATION Matters to Postwar American History

The Herbert Andrews Lecture series would like to present Dr. Heather Ann Thompson from Temple University as their 2014 speaker. Dr. Thompson is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Temple University. Dr. Heather Ann Thompson is writing the first comprehensive history of the Attica Prison Rebellion of 1971 and its legacy for […]

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Benefits Bulletin: Changes to Accrued Leave

  The Board of Regents, approved amendments to the USM Sick and Annual Leave Policies. A summary of the changes can be found below. Policy changes effective April 15, 2014, new leave accruals April 16, 2014 Annual Leave Full-time Non-Exempt employees are eligible to earn: 1st year = 11 days per year 2nd year = […]

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2nd Annual Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Showcase

To honor the work performed by our Service-Learning Faculty Fellows, The Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership will host the 2nd annual Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Showcase. The showcase will take place on Friday, April 25th from 2-4pm on the second floor of the Administration building in the new Civic Engagement and Leadership office space. This […]

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Celebrate Student Artwork at Cook!

Cook Library will be hosting a mini-reception for George Civita, an art student whose work will hang in the 4th floor library lobby. When: Thursday, April 17 from noon – 1 p.m. Where: 4th floor lobby of Cook Library Light refreshments will be served. If you have a chance, please stop by the reception and […]

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Participants Needed: Earn $$

The Cognitive Developmental Lab at the University of Towson is looking for participants to complete a two hour experiment about how we process emotion from speech. Eligible participants will be compensated a total of $40 for your time. To participate you must be at least 30 years of age, and English must be your native language. […]

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Thesis Defense Announcement for Sara K. Bernhard

The Department of Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Studies/Audiology (Au.D.) invites the university community to a thesis defense for Sara K. Bernhard at at 1 p.m. on Monday, April 28, 2014 in Van Bokklen 107.  The title of the thesis is “Auditory Localization of Steady State and Impulse Sounds in an Urban Relevant, Reverberant […]

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