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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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Honors College partners with Seelio to showcase student success

The site makes it easy for students to effectively and beautifully document projects and build their personal brand.

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TU earns NSA designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations

The university joins an elite group of U.S. institutions supporting cybersecurity education.

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Physics major receives national award for undergraduate research

Zoey Warecki will represent the United States at the 2014 International Conference of Physics Students in Heidelberg, Germany.

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Towson acquires patent for SoundsRight CAPTCHA technology

Together with colleagues, researchers and students, Jonathan Lazar has officially acquired a U.S. patent for the new, more user-friendly SoundsRight CAPTCHA.

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TowsonGlobal announces winner of its Business Plan Competition

Rehabtics, a Maryland-based start-up, was chosen during the business incubator’s public forum event on Thursday, May 1.

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TU acquires next-generation DNA sequencer

“Next-gen DNA sequencers take things to a whole new level. Having one at Towson will enable us to produce a goldmine of data for faculty and student researchers.”

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TU nursing students get hands-on training at Operation STAT

This year, the annual mass casualty exercise included multiple new partners to benefit students and the larger community.

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Art aids arthritis patients through cross-campus collaboration

Two very different Towson University departments have collaborated to create the first prototype of a hand brace to be made by a 3-D printer.

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TU assistant professor, students offer training to hoarders’ loved ones

People with hoarding and clutter issues are also part of the study and receive payment for participation.

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