TU Innovates Newsletter

A Focus On Continuing Education

Whether you want to switch careers or boost your resume, continuing education courses at Towson University can help you become more competitive in today's job market. Offered in-class or online, TU's portfolio of professional certification courses address critical skill gaps in high growth industries—Business Management, Information Technology, and Health & Medical.

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Accounting & Bookkeeping Specialist—Starts July 18

Qualify for a new position in payroll, bookkeeping, or accounts payable and receivable. MORE

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PMP with Agile—Starts July 30

Earn the credentials needed for a successful career as a certified project manager in any industry. MORE

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Network Security Specialist—Starts August 27

Attain the skills needed to enter the in-demand cyber security job market. MORE

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Online Certified Medical Coding—Starts August 2018

Prepare for a rewarding career in the medical field as a nationally certified medical coder. MORE

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Make the Leadership Choice

The Towson University Professional Leadership Program for Women helps women across sectors to increase their leadership capacity and influence change. Is our program the right fit you and your career goals? MORE

Engaging Our Communities

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Pro Tips for GIS Pros

Are you a GIS professional making the switch to ArcGIS Pro? Enjoy these quick tips from TU Center for GIS to create the best map layouts in ArcGIS Pro. MORE

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Cultivating a Talent Pipeline

It's now easier than ever for businesses to connect with thousands of students. How is the TU Career Center preparing Gen Z to be career ready? MORE

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Empowering Girls to Enter STEM

Females are underrepresented in STEM careers. How are TU and Cisco Networking Academies empowering young girls to enter IT and STEM careers? MORE

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Be Bold and Fearless

Universities are some of the oldest institutions in the world. How is Lanham-based 2U challenging the status quo and reimagining higher education? MORE

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Save the Date: EdTech Innovation Showcase

Thursday, October 4, 5:30–8:00 p.m.
TU Incubator member companies are improving education, increasing student engagement, and improving achievement through technology. Join entrepreneurs, educators, administrators, and investors at the EdTech Innovation Showcase. MORE

What's Driving Our Economy?

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Disparities in the Home Mortgage Market

Home ownership is a significant contributor to personal wealth. But disparities in the home mortgage market show many aren't afforded the opportunity. MORE

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Eye on the Economy

Last month, total nonfarm jobs increased and the unemployment rate remained at 4.3%. How does Maryland compare to other states in the region? MORE

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Lifelong Learning at Towson University

Although summer sessions just finished and we just returned from a great trip to the Corning Museum of Glass, new opportunities await for adults, 50+ at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at TU. Learn about fall programming at our upcoming preview of classes on July 19. MORE

Division of Innovation and Applied Research
Towson University
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With a focus on fulfilling Towson University's identity and mission as a workforce and economic development driver, the Division of Innovation & Applied at Towson University works to improve the quality of life and the economic vitality of Maryland and its citizens.