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Student Academic Advisor Applications

Looking for a Campus Job?  Student Academic Advisor applications are due in the Advising Center by September 26.  Information and the application are available at the Advising Center website: http://www.towson.edu/academicadvising/  , the Advising Center front desk in the Lecture Hall, or at HIRE@TU, job posting 47255.  

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Pre-Searching before Researching: The Key to Research Paper Success

As the semester cranks up you might be starting to get those dreaded research paper assignments.  Sometimes the hardest part of the paper is getting started.  Check out the latest edition of the Thriving Tiger Blog in which a librarian answers that key question, “How do you write a whole paper on a topic that […]

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Volunteers Needed for Off Campus Living Fair

The Fall 2014 Off-Campus Living Fair is around the corner and we are looking for students and student groups interested in helping out and being a part of the event. It will be on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Potomac Lounge, University Union.  Representatives from various apartment communities, […]

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Sophomores: Get a Slice with Your Advice!

Stop by the Career Center for FREE PIZZA and a chance to meet TU’s Career Advisors and Academic Advisors! As part of Sophomore Career Week, the Academic Advising and Career Center Meet and Greet will take place Monday, September 22, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Career Center (7800 York Road, Suite 206). Our group of […]

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Psychology & Culture in Italy

We think Italy is a great place to spend a few weeks earning PSYC credits, don’t you? Tuesday, September 23, 2014 3 to 4 p.m. LA 2120 Join Dr. David Earnest for an information session and learn how about the ins and outs of your opportunities in Florence, Rome and Vatican City in Summer 2015. […]

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What Matters Speaker Series: A Journey from Behind the Scenes–A Geographer in the Making

Date:  Friday, September 26, 3:00 to 4:00pm Place:  College of Liberal Arts, Room 3310 Dr. Charles Croner is a medical geographer and TU alum who worked for over three decades to advance the role of geographic information systems and geotechniques for the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Sign-Up for the National Voter Registration Day Challenge!

Sign-Up Today for the National Voter Registration Day Challenge! Are you ready to get out the Vote! The Office of Civic Engagement want you and your group to help get Towson University students registered to Vote. The Competition takes place from Sunday September 21, 2014 – Tuesday September 23, 2014. Create your team and register […]

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Monthly Staff and Faculty Portrait Day: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Official staff and faculty portraits are taken once a month at scheduled photo shoots day. Faculty and staff requesting portrait services are expected to dress professionally in business attire. Please fill the form,. htp://www.towson.edu/photographicservices/portraitsform.aspt We are not photographing students this time. Time: 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Date:  Tuesday, September 30, 2014 New Location: Room […]

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The Career Center is Coming to You…Today at Burdick Hall!

Stop by the Burdick Hall lobby Thursday, September 18 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. for a resume critique, job search assistance, help with Hire@TU, or other quick questions. All students are welcome–College of Health Professions students are especially encouraged to drop in! You can also drop by the Career Center for “Express Hours” Monday through Thursday from […]

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FREE Freeze Pops, Pepsi & Bottled Water at The Beach Today

Stop by The Beach for the Career Center Meet and Greet Thursday, September 18 from 11 a.m. – 1p.m. for a quick snack between classes. You’ll get the chance to meet the Career Center staff, who will be handing out Freeze Pops, Pepsi, and Bottled Water! For more information, contact the Career Center by calling […]

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Faculty Conversation on Global Learning

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. PY #405   Kick off the new academic year with a stimulating discussion-based webinar focused on “Intercultural Competence and Student Development: Working Toward a Fuller Picture of Global Learning”. Distinguished speakers will present diverse Intercultural Competence Assessment Tools and participants will have opportunity to join in […]

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Looking for Stuff-a-Bus Committee Members

Hello everyone!  The Veteran’s Center is already ramping up the planning for the 2014 Marine Toys for Tots/Maryland Food Bank Stuff-a-Bus drive.   We have already released an e-mail out to several of our committee members and volunteers from last year looking for folks to be a part of this year’s committee, and now we […]

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First Fall Volunteer Event in the Glen Arboretum

Join us for our first volunteer event of the semester in the Glen on Friday, September 19th from 12-5pm! Over the last two semesters, hundreds of students from dozens of student groups have completed their student group service hours conveniently on campus by volunteering in the Glen. Progress in the Glen has been amazing, thanks […]

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Turkey Interest Group Meeting

Dear Colleagues: Turkey has emerged as one of the strongest economies in Europe leading towards the expansion of its higher education system with commitment to capacity building in curriculum development, students and faculty exchanges and English language learning projects. Towson’s International Initiatives Office has identified Turkey as one of the prioritized countries for the recruitment […]

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Nine Baltimore area Veterans and Military Family Members tell Their Story

The Veteran Artist Program and The Telling Project are teaming up to present Telling: Baltimore.  Nine Baltimore area Veterans and Military Family members will be on stage to tell their story and you can be there.  The event will take place Friday, September 26th at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sommer Hall […]

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Tapingo is HERE! Order food from your phone!

Students, faculty and staff can now order food from several on-campus locations via their computer or phone! By setting up an account with the Tapingo app, faculty, staff and students can order their meal/snack from their desktop, laptop or smartphone, automatically pay online using meal equivalency, dining points or credit card and have the order […]

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OTS Training Workshop + PDF Accessibility

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. Thursday, September 18 Creating Accessible PDF Documents, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., Cook 404A Monday, September 22 Outlook 2013: Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Journal Entries. 1:30 – 3:30 p.m., Cook 404A […]

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Honorary Degree – Call for Nominations

The Honorary Degree Committee invites faculty and staff to nominate individuals to receive an Honorary Degree from Towson University.  Those individuals must meet the criteria established by the USM Board of Regents listed in their Policy on the Awarding of Honorary Degrees. Nominations can be made by clicking here and completing the nomination form.  Submissions must contain […]

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Resume Critique: College of Liberal Arts today from 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Stop by the Liberal Arts Building 4th floor cafe lobby Wednesday, September 17 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. for a resume critique, job search assistance, help with Hire@TU, or other quick questions. All students are welcome–College of Liberal Arts students are especially encouraged to drop in! You can also drop by the Career Center for “Express Hours” […]

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Take a FREE Rape, Aggression, Defense (RAD) Course sponsored by TUPD

The Towson University Police Department is offering a Rape, Aggression, Defense (RAD) course for female students, faculty and staff during the month of April.  RAD is a program that teaches realistic self-defense techniques.  The RAD program begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, and concludes with hands-on defense teaching. The course will be held […]

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