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TU officially turns 150 (and we look good!)

Friday was Towson University’s official 150th birthday, and frankly, we’re pretty spry for our age.

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High society – TU prof talks 1800s opiate addiction on C-SPAN3

Drinking was not allowed. Opiates were a different story.

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Jay Zimmerman earns 2015 President’s Award for Distinguished Service

His selfless example has established him as a preeminent teacher and role model for colleagues across academic disciplines

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Center Stage opens “As You Like It” here at TU

Students, faculty and staff can purchase $20 tickets for the spring productions of “As You Like It” and “Detroit ’67” presented in CFA’s Mainstage Theatre.

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Towson welcomes second class in Professional Leadership Program for Women

The program is designed to help women build their capacity for leadership and influence. It will run from January through June and is divided into 10 sessions that take place on the TU campus.

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Building STEPS: TU’s hidden gem

This partnership represents what it means to collaborate with a community organization to tackle big issues.

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Celebrate 150 years of black & gold fashion at CoFAC

This exhibit represents 150 years of interconnected fashion history between the city of Baltimore and Towson University.

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It’s time for our annual TU year-in-review!

With the spring semester right around the corner, we’re taking one last look at the year that was

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Towson Launches Digital Marketing Continuing Ed Program

“This course is designed to improve the marketing knowledge of our students, making them more competitive in meeting the needs of employers”

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A $150,000 grant might change the fate of a timid turtle

Students and faculty of TU’s biology department have been working to save the endangered northern map turtle since 2008

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