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National Geographic reports on TU professor’s conservation effort

Richard Seigel, professor of biology, has focused his field research on the northern map turtle, which is endangered in the state of Maryland.

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TU instructors teach science to preschoolers—with dance

Towson University and Port Discovery Children’s Museum have been awarded a $17,000 grant by the PNC Foundation to launch Moving to Learn: Grow Up Great with Dance and Science.

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Big Event draws hundreds of students to beautify Towson

Students volunteer at 37 sites throughout Towson and Baltimore as part of largest service day of the year.

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Theatre students to perform once-banned “Spring Awakening”

The Towson University College of Fine Arts and Communication brings Spring Awakening to the stage beginning Thursday, April 25.

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House of Cards’ Beau Willimon visits Towson

The mind behind House of Cards is coming to speak in Van Bokkelen Hall on Wednesday, April 24 at 12:30 p.m.

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Towson Alumni Association recognizes seven influential alumni

Leonard Raley ’78, president and CEO of the University System of Maryland Foundation Inc., will receive the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award.

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Towson campus reduces greenhouse gas emissions

Towson University can celebrate Earth Day by announcing a 4.8 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions on campus between fiscal years 2008 and 2011.

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University groups, state officials issue support for President Loeschke

Prominent state leaders and university organizations publicly support President Maravene Loeschke in light of recent comments made by Comptroller Franchot.

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Towson’s Holi Run paints a picture of campus equality, outreach

Things were a little … colorful at Towson University’s first-ever annual Holi Run earlier this week.

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Operation STAT simulates the triage for TU nursing students

Nursing students received real-time, hands-on emergency experience, as the College of Health Professions conducted its annual on-campus Mass Casualty Exercise.

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