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Bethany Brand is leading the world’s largest and longest international study on the effective treatment of dissociative disorders.
Towson and NPR Labs are developing innovative technologies in radio accessibility for listeners who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Initiative to preserve endangered species provides TU students and faculty valuable research and educational opportunities.
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 welcomed former Baltimore City Police Commissioner Fred Bealefeld as part of its Signature Forum speakers series.
A collaborative alliance between Towson University, NPR and Latino USA results in the first radio program to offer visual captioning.
Three Towson University faculty members have been named winners of the 2013 University System of Maryland Regents’ Faculty Awards, the highest honor presented by the board to exemplary faculty members.
TowsonGlobal, the Towson University’s business incubator, today announced the five finalists of its third annual Business Plan Competition.
The education pioneer is working closely with Towson University and Kennedy Krieger in a collaborative effort to best prepare and produce leaders in the field of education.
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