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Community focus puts outgoing education dean in the national spotlight

National award recognizes Ray Lorion’s distinguished contribution to community psychology research

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Feds commend TU for 13% campus energy reduction

Reducing energy intensity in Unitas Stadium Field House saved nearly $100,000

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Towson has two of nation’s top 100 women in STEM!

National magazine recognizes Gasparich’s, Muhoro’s efforts to inspire women to enter the STEM field

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“All SySTEMs Go” A National Model for STEM Success

“Towson is the only university in the country that offers an undergraduate seminar in how to teach AP calculus”

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Infused with potential, TU biology major kickstarts a DIY craft beer

Gattuso developed flavor-augmenting sachets to elevate average suds into craft beer.

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Ehrlinger displays SOFT skills, wins award

Alumna Erin Ehrlinger ‘11/’13 earned both of her degrees from Towson, so you could say she was doubly prepared to win the 2015 Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT) Young Scientist of the Year award.

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Assistant professor awarded for dissertation excellence

Assistant professor examines text comprehension in elementary school students

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TU assistant professor explores what it means to be a man in India

Gill earned the May Filmmaker of the Month award from the District of Columbia Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.

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Can Einstein be outsmarted?

Towson professor quoted in article about testing the Theory of General Relativity

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Dr. Nancy Grasmick to host signature forum discussion on public education, charter schools

Tuesday’s forum will feature a panel discussion on the merits of charter schools.

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