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TU continues its impact on the local and state community

University celebrates its 150th Anniversary by releasing report about school’s economic impact around the community.

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Would you climb into a “Tiger Cage” to pitch your business idea?

The winning team will receive premium advising, access to mentor network, and access to collaborative workspace from the TU Incubator and Student Launch Pad.

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A family looks at fossils

Fisher College open house shows kids that science rocks!

During the event, children took part in demonstrations designed to introduce them to different careers in science.

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Learn innovation from the best – Under Armour, Target, Amazon

Leaders from three of the region’s largest companies are coming to Towson to talk to students about entrepreneurship.

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Towson senior Stephanie Kwiatkowski

She’s making children’s lives better, one step at a time

Stephanie Kwiatkowski gained real-world and research experience in her field through KKI internship

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Mary Stapleton making a presentation

Dr. Stapleton goes to Washington to talk about STEM strategies

“Mobile Lab Coalition member programs have reached almost a million students already, and are continuing to inspire the next generation in STEM.”

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3 women seated at a table

Nursing receives $1.65 million grant to expand degree opportunities

TU’s nursing department was the first educational program in Maryland to offer the associate-to-bachelor’s degree program

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Close up of Smith Hall entrance

John Sivey named Jess & Mildred Fisher College Endowed Professor

“Professor Sivey is garnering national attention for his research, which has important applications to agriculture and the environment.”

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Four TU Library of Congress GIS interns in front of a topographical globe.

Students, recent grads spent their summer surrounded by books!

Evan Neuwirth, Erin Kelly, Mike Schoelen and Katje Lattik worked with “hotspot” maps at the Library of Congress this summer

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