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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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TU Student Launch Pad has a successful takeoff

“Starting a business is a way to be successful on your own, doing what you love and are passionate about.”

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TU launching unique Professional Leadership Program for Women

“The program is exceptional and will be a very special experience for those who have the opportunity to participate.”

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TU-supported program loans cutting-edge equipment to classroom teachers

Maryland Loaner Lab supports statewide science standards, fosters inquiry-based doing and thinking, and saves schools money.

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Senior Anthony Reda made the most of his internship experience.

Towson senior Anthony Reda made the most of his IT internship

“You can read about this stuff all you want, but when you actually encounter it, it’s a completely different experience and it really boosts your confidence.”

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Five questions with TU senior, Skytrait CEO Gabriel Brandao

We talked with TU senior and computer science major Gabriel Brandao about his award-winning app, Headphone Connect.

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Physics professor awarded USM Elkins Professorship

Rajeswari Kolagani was chosen for her commitment to student research, professional science master’s programs and system-wide academic collaborations.

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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 Niño’s effects on the southeastern U.S.

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Faculty member receives prestigious National Science Foundation award

Wei Yu received $436,453 to advance scientific understanding of the impacts of cyber-attacks on smart grid operation and develop security countermeasures.

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