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Asian Faculty & Staff Association Welcome Event

The Asian Faculty & Staff Association (AFSA) is hosting a welcome event for the 2015-2016 Academic year on Monday, October 5. The honored guest speaker will be the Director General of Higher Education in Malaysia. The event will take place in the West Village Commons Ballroom, from 3:00 – 5:00 PM. All Faculty and Staff […]

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Downtime Information for OTS’ Sunday Maintenance Window

This Sunday, October 4, from 7 a.m. until 9 a.m. the Office of Technology Services (OTS) will perform maintenance on the university’s connection to the Internet.  During this time, all university services will be intermittently unavailable. In addition, if you are on campus, you will be intermittently unable to connect to the Internet. OTS will make every effort […]

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OTS Training: How to retrieve your TU email from anywhere

OTS Training presents Understanding Email at Towson, an instructional video that explains how to view and access TU email from any location. Your email account at Towson University is part of Office 365. For more information about this video or any additional training topics, please contact OTS Training at training@towson.edu or 410-704-4070.  

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Towson Literary Reading Series: TU Graduate Returns with Award-Winning Story Collection

The Towson Literary Reading Series welcomes an author and Towson University graduate to begin its 2015-16 season.  Jen Grow will read from her award-winning debut fiction, My Life as a Mermaid, on Tuesday, October 6, at 6:30pm in the College of Liberal Arts building, room 3150.  The reading is free, with the promise of refreshments and […]

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The College of Health Professions to Introduce the Applied Adult Disability Studies Minor

The College of Health Professions is pleased to introduce a new minor in Applied Adult Disability Studies (AADS). Mr. Zosia Zaks, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Manager of Programs and Education at the Towson University Hussman Center for Adults with Autism, will speak on “Disability Studies: Making Connections”  Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. […]

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Registration for Homecoming closes Monday!

Sign up as a group of friends or with your student organization to participate in 2015 Homecoming week – Here’s to 150 Years! Groups of all sizes are welcome.   Don’t miss your chance to showcase your Tiger Pride for the 150th celebration by participating in one or all of the Homecoming events! Registration ends on […]

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Hurricane Preparedness

With the approach of Hurricane Joaquin this weekend, please review hurricane preparedness at  http://www.ready.gov/hurricanes   You will find critical information on preparing for hurricanes and other emergency preparedness matters.

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Drive Safely Work Week

Maryland has a clear, unified mission when it comes to traffic crashes – to move the state Toward Zero Deaths. There have been many strides made toward achieving this goal, but there have also been challenges that need to be faced in order to continue making progress. Traffic crashes are tragic, preventable occurrences and making […]

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Find your new job or internship today!

Hire@TU is the Career Center’s free, online job and internship database for TU students and alumni. You can use Hire@TU to: Search 1000’s of internship and job postings Post your resume for employers Find an alumni career mentor Register for career events Log in to your Hire@TU account with your NetID and password today at […]

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SCED 499 Internship Orientation Meeting

Are you a Secondary Education Student planning to teach History, English, Math, Science, Social Studies, or World Language?   Do you expect to begin your internship in Spring 2016 to be followed by student-teaching in Fall 2016?  If so then you must attend The SCED 499 Internship Orientation Meeting on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 7:00 […]

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Don’t miss Dr. Mwata Dyson’s Free Lecture Today

Dr. Mwata Dyson Free Lecture – October 1, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. West Village Commons, Towson University “Professional Transitions: Leaving a Legacy” Dr. Dyson is a well-known medical and wellness expert and he is a Senior Strategic Management Consultant for Pinnacle Quality Consultants. He is an active member of the American College of Nutrition and […]

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Career Center Offers Express Hours

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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What’s New in Dining?

The Enactus Café opened this semester in Stephens Hall.   The Café is a partnership with this student group and Chartwells.   Stop by the Enactus Café for a cup of gourmet coffee, tea, a quick snack or their signature sandwich! Jamba Juice is coming to the Tapingo mobile app this semester!   Skip the lines at Jamba […]

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Study Abroad Scholarship Deadline: October 15

Are you planning to study abroad in Minimester 2016, Spring 2016, or Calendar Year 2016? This is a quick reminder that if you have at least a 2.5 GPA you are eligible to apply for TU Study Abroad Scholarships. The application is now online in Horizons and can be found under the “Search Scholarships” tab. After […]

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A Conversation About the Promise and Challenge of Police Accountability

The College of Liberal Arts and the Center for Student Diversity invite you to join them for a panel discussion entitled, “A Conversation About the Promise and Challenge of Police Accountability,” on Tuesday, October 13, at 6:30pm in West Village Commons, Ballroom A. For more information, contact Elyshia Aseltine at 410-704-5222 or easeltine@towson.edu.

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Sabbatical Talk by Dr. Christian Koot

Dr. Christian Koot, Associate Professor in the Department of History, will present his sabbatical talk on Wednesday, October 21, at 3:30pm in the College of Liberal Arts building, room 2303.  His presentation is entitled “From Manuscript to Print:  The Transformation of an Early Modern Atlantic Map.” For more information, contact Dr. Koot a ckoot@towson.edu.  

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COE presents a discussion with William Ayers

The College of Education presents a discussion with William Ayers, formerly a Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois of Chicago. The discussion will take place today and will run in two sessions. The first session will begin at 12:30 p.m., and the second session will begin at 2 […]

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Change Towson With Your Ideas

Do you have an idea that can change Towson? If so, Project Towson is your avenue to getting your voice heard about change in the Towson community. This is a platform for innovators determined to showcase their idea to “reimagine and transform” our community. This event is similar to “Ted Talks” and has the same […]

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Applying Universal Design for Learning to Increase Student Success Workshop


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The 30 Day Wellness Challenge is here!

The 30 Day Wellness Challenge is here! Are you interested in improving your health and well-being but do not know where to start?  Then the 30 day wellness challenge is for you!  All you have to do is commit to doing something good for yourself for 30 days straight.  Really, it is that easy! You […]

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