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German soldier’s WWI photos, artifacts displayed near Veterans Center

Collection commemorates 100th anniversary of the “Great War”

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The TU Veterans Center and the Department of Electronic Media & Film presents the annual Veterans Film Series. The theme this year recognizes the Centennial of World War I (1914-1918). Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

Veterans Film Series kicks off this Friday

All screenings take place in Van Bokkelen 204. The series is free and open to the public.

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Don’t miss Oct. 14 screening of “Crime After Crime”

Riveting documentary recounts battle to free jailed domestic-abuse survivor

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Washington Monthly 2015 rankings

“Washington Monthly” again cites TU for best value, contributions to public good

Washington Monthly “asks not what colleges can do for you, but what colleges are doing for the country.”

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U.S. News & World Report again ranks Towson among top public regional universities

“This ranking not only rewards our longtime efforts, but also reaffirms our commitment to ensure a supportive and inclusive academic community that gives every student the highest quality experience possible.”

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TU recognized (again!) as a top school for veterans

“We are so proud of our veterans program here at Towson. Being recognized by others for our efforts helps us know we are making a difference in these young folks’ lives.”

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John Sivey named Jess & Mildred Fisher College Endowed Professor

“Professor Sivey is garnering national attention for his research, which has important applications to agriculture and the environment.”

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Computer science

New ‘Cyber4All’ cybersecurity minor open 4 all undergrads

Cyber4All program will be funded by a two-year, $280,706 NSF grant

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From left: Dr. James Overduin, Dana Molloy and Jim Selway during their demonstration

How physics almost saved President Garfield’s life: a true story!

TU trio’s demo inspired Smithsonian Channel program to air this Sunday, July 19.

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Today’s Cook Library is shelving those old stereotypes

Last year Cook Library tallied more than 550,000 visits, averaging almost 20,000 per week when classes were in session.

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