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Creating leadership opportunities for women entrepreneurs

ATHENAPowerLink® Baltimore is a yearlong mentorship program headquartered at Towson University, designed to assist women entrepreneurs with their business. The program strives to provide invaluable tools for success—guidance, support, and advice from business experts who can offer direction and perspective. LEARN MORE

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Meet Claudia Towles, founder and owner of aMuse Toys in Fells Point. Learn how ATHENAPowerLink® Baltimore helped her with her business needs.

New Opportunity: Leading Diversity and Inclusion Program

Diversity brings substantial benefits to organizations. It also brings management and leadership challenges to maximize those benefits. That's why Towson University has developed the Leading Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace program, an instructor-led, interactive two-day experience for business, education, government, and non-profit leaders.

Leading Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

November 12–13, 2020

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Three reasons your workplace needs inclusion, now more than ever

Tackling race, diversity, and inclusion has never been easy. However, it's clear that organizations have major competitive advantages when they do. LEARN MORE

What's Driving Our Economy?

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Maryland gains jobs. Unemployment rate lowers.

Maryland gained a total of 68,300 Total Nonfarm jobs between May and June. The state's official unemployment rate dropped to 8.0 percent. VIEW INTERACTIVE ANALYSIS

While most subsectors added jobs, some areas of the economy are shrinking, including Local Government and Finance and Insurance. WATCH VIDEO ANALYSIS

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Save the economy. Wear a mask.

Proper mask usage across the United States would not only to get the pandemic under control, but would ultimately serve to rescue the American economy.


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Crabbing industry takes hard hit

Between the Trump administration’s visa restrictions and the economic and health concerns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the crab industry is taking a harder hit than in previous ones.


Engaging Our Communities

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TU helps students with community-engaged research opportunities

Students support faculty community-engaged research projects as BTU partnerships pivot community engagement toward COVID-19 response. LEARN MORE

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Students continue service-learning with Baltimore City community schools

TU partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools adapts to meet community needs. LEARN MORE

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Celebrating graduating refugee youth partners during COVID-19

Youth Artists and Allies Taking Action in Society (YAAAS) is a Towson University program that empoweres refugee youth in Baltimore via arts education. LEARN MORE

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Osher makes summer splash with online pivot

Lifelong learners reconnect through weekly online lectures, meetings and other opportunities since the COVID-19 pandemic began. LEARN MORE

Free lecture in partnership with TU Alumni Relations

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The History of Gentrification in Baltimore City with Matthew Durington

Available through August 13

Dr. Matthew Durington, professor of anthropology and director for community engagement and partnerships at Towson University, uses his research in the South Baltimore community of Sharp Leadenhall to walk viewers through the history of blockbusting, redlining and other historic urban renewal processes that set the stage for gentrification in Baltimore City in the 21st century.

Increase your potential

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Students find success

At TU Continuing & Professional Studies, our students' success is our success. That’s why we work closely with them from registration through course completion to understand their career and continuing education needs and goals. Get to know why these women chose Towson University and how they found career success.


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Save 20% on online certification prep courses

TU Continuing & Professional Studies has suspended in-class courses. That doesn’t mean learning and career advancement has to stop. Earn a professional certification with a full schedule of online courses—discounted 20% through August 31, 2020.


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