Mark your calendars for April 13th for Towson University’s fourth annual Solutions Showcase event! The event will take place from 12:00-2:00 in the Minnegan Room and will include plenty of time for networking with TU’s faculty and staff exhibitors and two dynamic keynote speakers (stay tuned for that
According to Chinese Zodiac, 2011 is the year of the Rabbit. Many techies I know are thrilled that 2011 is the launch of Verizon carrying the iPhone. As a Towson University staff member, I am looking forward to some of the many exciting events coming
In just about two weeks 200-300 of the country’s leading Urban and Metropolitan university presidents, senior administrators, and faculty members will come together for the 16th annual CUMU conference. The 2010 conference is titled “Aligning the Metropolitan University with Business, Government, and the Nonprofit Sectors,”
Our students are always doing incredible things, but I recently I came across a story about our Forensic Science students that really blew me away! A few weeks ago, 34 Towson Students along with Professor Dana Kollman and Mark Profili, Director of Towson University’s Forensic
Towson University really does have the best and brightest students and I have the awesome opportunity to work with a few of our fabulous students each year. The latest issue of our “Education Meets the Workforce” video series features two of my graduating student collaborators,
With the promise of spring around the corner, we at Towson University have been feeling more energized to continue strengthening our relationships with the outside business community. One way we will do this is by hosting a free event entitled the 2010 Showcase: “Partnerships 2.0”.
Building STEPS was founded in 1995 by Matthew Weinberg, CEO of The Weinberg Group, and is structured as an internship program designed to expose minority students to workplace dynamics and encourage post high school education, with an emphasis in science and technology. The decade old
The Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) is an organization of 85 universities that recognize their shared mission to use the power of their campuses in education, research, and service to enhance the communities in which they are located. The best practices organization is