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Second cohort of James Patterson Teacher Education Scholars announced

Students benefit from $6,000-per-year scholarships from renowned author James Patterson

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TU history professor predicts change will come to Hong Kong, but slowly

Phillips: “China’s efforts at improving its image suffer greatly as media-savvy Hong Kong students send pictures of the protests around the world.”

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Grand opening of TU in Northeastern Maryland draws big crowd

Six programs currently offered; a seventh will be added next fall

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TU in Northeastern Maryland to host grand opening Friday

Program highlighting state-of-the-art new building in Harford Co. begins at 11 a.m.

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Former CIA analyst and TU alum talks intelligence and academics with students

William Richardson ’81/’82 was part of College of Liberal Arts’ “What Matters” speaker series

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Anthropology professor Sam Collins conducts social media networking research in S. Korea

The cultural anthropologist is a Fulbright senior researcher for the academic year, teaching at Hanyang University

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TU senior spends summer seeking causes of drought

The geography/history major researched El NiƱo’s effects on the southeastern U.S.

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Martha Kumar, Kelly Gray to be featured on national network

C-SPAN3’s AHTV will air the lectures on Saturday, August 16.

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Best-selling mystery author James Patterson commits to scholarships for second cohort of future teachers

Donation will provide $6,000 for eight incoming freshmen who plan to major in education

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TU in Northeastern Maryland offers options for current commuters

Options include smaller fees, no parking charge.

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