Engage TU Newsletter

A Focus On EdTech

From its first five members in 2007, TU Incubator has supported 100+ companies and produced $170+ million in economic impact. Today, TU Incubator is the largest, first, and only edtech incubator in Maryland. TU Incubator leverages TU’s resources and reputation in teacher preparation and education to help its member companies succeed. Here's some recent member news:

Video of the InferCabulary founders

Image-based app InferCabulary makes learning words easier

InferCabulary pairs vocabulary words with audio and visuals to show how words can be used in various scenarios. MORE

Mindprint Learning logo

Mindprint Learning named to latest LearnLaunch Accelerator cohort

Mindprint Learning, an online neuro evaluation of student strengths and needs, named to national 'Skills for a New Economy' themed cohort. MORE

Inc. 5000 logo

TU Incubator graduate Motifworks makes 2019 Inc. 5000 list

Cloud solutions company Motifworks makes annual list of fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. MORE

Osmosis staff

What's day-to-day life like for a product manager?

Heidi Hildebrandt, director of product at Osmosis, shares advice for designing products and getting customer feedback. MORE

Women's Leadership graduation

Join TU Incubator for EdTech Innovation Showcase

October 10, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m., TU West Village

The EdTech Innovation Showcase celebrates all things edtech. Network with a high-powered audience, meet member companies and partner organizations, and learn how they are improving education, increasing student engagement, and improving performance through technology. REGISTER

Prepare to Lead

Women's Leadership graduation

Are you a female leader? Do you want to increase your leadership potential and affect change? Apply to be part of the sixth cohort of the TU Professional Leadership Program for Women. Applications due November 15. REQUEST APP

Partnerships Grow with BTU Investment

Through BTU—Partnerships at Work for Greater Baltimore, faculty, staff, and students have 350+ engagements with 540 partner organizations throughout Greater Baltimore and every county in Maryland. Get to know six projects that were recently awarded funding. MORE

Animations being shown at the Parkway theater

Exposing the public to diverse voices

This three-day festival highlights cutting-edge animation, exposing TU students to diverse voices while developing professional development training for art and film students. MORE

Towson students in a classroom

Helping students develop public speaking skills

The Public Communications Center provides helps the TU community to become more effective, engaged, and empowered speakers. MORE

A young child playing the bongos

Developing cross-cultural experiences

'Home and the Human' is a collaboration between faculty, students, and the Baltimore Immigration Outreach Center that highlights work taking place among refugee populations. MORE

Ailey camp students performing

Teaching self-discipline through dance

AileyCamp Baltimore teaches self-discipline, self-respect and self-esteem through dance. Six years in, the summer dance program's impact on Baltimore continues to grow. MORE

Inside Out class in progress

Supporting returning citizens

Supporting people with criminal records in pursuit of higher education is being bolstered through the Towson University Inside-Out Prison Exchange. MORE

YAAAS students in TU's CFA

Learning in any language

YAAAS! allows refugee students to be seen with complexity and nuance, where their cultures and languages are embraced as assets. MORE

What's Driving Our Economy?

Economic Outlook Forum

Economic Outlook Forum: Stranger Things Edition

November 7, 8:30–11:30 a.m.
The economy is doing well. The labor market is near full employment. However, dark forces lurk below the surface. Attend the annual Forum and find out how “Stranger Things” will impact our economy. REGISTER

Construction workers on the job

Eye on the Economy

Maryland's unemployment remains constant at 3.8 percent. How is local construction projects driving our local economy? View RESI's recent video and interactive tools in the latest jobs report. VIEW LATEST JOBS REPORT

Increase Your Potential

Starting a new career? Changing jobs? An online continuing education course from Towson University Continuing & Professional Studies provides flexible opportunities for making a big career difference.

Business Courses

Online Microsoft Office Specialist Course

Online Professional in Human Resources Course

Online Project Management Professional Course

Online Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course

Health and Medical Course

Online Medical Coding: Physician's Practice Course

Information Technology Courses

Online Cyber Security Specialist Course

Online CompTIA Security + Certification Course

Online Certified Information Systems Security Professional Course

Online CIW Web Specialist Course

Online Oracle Database 12c Administrator Certified Associate Course

Lifelong learners join TU undergrads for Project Serve

Osher members Annie and Betsy volunteering at project serve

Before Towson University classes started this fall, 100 freshmen and transfer students participated in Project Serve, a 3-day community service experience that offers a variety of volunteer projects to benefit Baltimore City and County. The undergrads were joined by two Osher students, Annie Jamison and Betsy Lafferty, who participated in one of the projects that combined their love of animals with their environmental interests. MORE

Graduate Open House

Towson University campus

Saturday, October 5 | 10 a.m.–noon | TU West Village Commons

Open House is an opportunity to explore more than 80 graduate programs and speak one-on-one with graduate program representatives, current graduate students, and university staff. Campus tours are also available. MORE

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