Lunden Hawkins was honored with the Circle of Excellence scholarship, a $3,000 award given annually to one female college student in the state.
Gabby Gaudet begins her career at Pimlico and Laurel Park, excited to share stories of the racing industry’s colorful characters.
Initiative to preserve endangered species provides TU students and faculty valuable research and educational opportunities.
Governor Martin O’Malley proclaimed May 4, 2013 as “Towson University Forensics Day.”
Both the men’s and women’s teams have won conference crowns and earned berths to the NCAA Tournament to compete for a national championship.
The Takoma Park, Md.-based author has been honored by TU for her book, We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust, published in 2012 by the University of Nebraska Press.
Towson University among one percent of schools worldwide to possess recognition from AACSB in both business and accounting
Football standouts Frank Beltre, Jordan Dangerfield and Gerrard Sheppard are ready to step up to the pros.
Richard Seigel, professor of biology, has focused his field research on the northern map turtle, which is endangered in the state of Maryland.
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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