Assistant professor Dana Kollmann takes team of students to Tennessee to work on missing person’s case.
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Towson and NPR Labs are developing innovative technologies in radio accessibility for listeners who are deaf and hard of hearing.
The study of human nature and interaction came to life with sometimes stunning impact at the program’s film festival in the College of Liberal Arts Building.
The award-winning author and scholar has been named “one of the greatest generals in our nation’s struggle for civility.”
Lunden Hawkins was honored with the Circle of Excellence scholarship, a $3,000 award given annually to one female college student in the state.
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.
A collaborative alliance between Towson University, NPR and Latino USA results in the first radio program to offer visual captioning.
Rhonda Holmes-Blankenship, a Towson University graduate and now high school English teacher, has been named one of just four candidates for National Teacher of the Year.
We sit down with Jack Fruchtman Jr., a political science professor and distinguished constitutional law scholar who has taught and advised thousands of students during his career.
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