If you are thinking about a career change in 2017, then you might want to have a look at the rapidly expanding cyber security specialist market which is expected to grow from $75 billion in 2015 to $170 billion by 2020. You would have thought
Each day, Americans are inspired to live healthier, more active lifestyles. 55.3 million people belong to at least one of the 36,180 health clubs located in the United States. And, according to economists, the number of jobs within the fitness industry are expected to grow
The Center for Professional Studies at Towson University delivers professional certification courses that address critical skills gaps in high growth industries. One career that is forecast to grow at a rate of 15% a year for the next 10 years is medical coding. But did
In my last blog post, I wrote about how TU is supporting education across Maryland. I highlighted three partnerships that are advancing education in a variety of ways. For this post, the second in my ongoing partnership series, I wanted to delve deeper into another
For the past two years, the Division of Innovation and Applied Research published an annual report that outlined the impacts we were having across the state. This year, we took a broader view and included the big things that are happening across the entirety of
A couple months back, I wrote a blog post about my experience getting to know the Division of Innovation and Applied Research. I was new to my job and trying to learn as much as I could about who we were and what we did.
Working as a Project Manager for the Center for Professional Studies (CPS) at Towson University, I often find myself immersed in a copious amount of projects that are all seemingly different. However, I believe the biggest aspect to project management is organization. Using the following
In September, I wrote about Elizabeth Green’s discussion on What Makes a Teacher Great? at Towson University as part of the Presidential Scholar Signature Forums Series. This month I want to invite you to join Towson University Presidential Scholar, Dr. Nancy Grasmick, for the seventh
The Impact of a Portfolio Impact, mission-driven, or mission-related investing begins with discrete social goals and aims to yield tangible, scalable social + financial returns. To me, it is focusing on what you know, what you love, and where you know you can make a
On September 29, Presidential Scholar Dr. Nancy Grasmick will welcome New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Green to Towson University. This is the 6th event in Dr. Grasmick’s Preparing for Public Education in the 21st Century: Signature Forums speaker series that began in January 2013.