Category Archives: Education

Hope for Myanmar


This morning I drank coffee and talked with Aung Lin Htwe, one of U Ngwe Thien’s students. Aung runs his family’s cafe while studying and working toward a future in trade. He hopes to export rice to Singapore and Japan. … Continue reading

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Education is Power


Su Thi is 17 years old. She lives in Bago in the northeast part of Yangon. She isn’t in school because she sells packs of postcards for 2000 kyats (about 2 dollars) at the reclining Buddha. I realized just how … Continue reading

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Towson student sets sail for a voyage around the world


At the ripe age of 20, Towson student Sara Garvick will be able to say she has visited 11 different countries in 105 days. On Jan. 19, Garvick boarded the MV Explorer, her home and school for the next few … Continue reading

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International Film Festival reaches out to Maryland community


World Artists Experiences and Maryland’s Office of the Secretary of State International Division are hosting their fourth annual Bridges to the World International Film Festival this month. Towson is one of five venues in Maryland featuring films from different producers and … Continue reading

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Towson University 2016


TOWSON, Md. — In his 2010 fall address, President Robert L. Caret spoke of his satisfaction with Towson University’s accomplishments and its goals for the years ahead as the new strategic plan for 2016 goes into effect. President Caret addressed … Continue reading

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Growing A University


 

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TU Campaign


TOWSON, Md. — Towson University is reaching the end of its historic Growing a University campaign, soon to surpass nearly $50 million. Starting out as just a small teaching school of 11 students, Towson University has evolved over more than … Continue reading

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TU President’s 2010 Fall Address


TOWSON, Md. — Towson University President Robert L. Caret will give his fall address to the Towson community on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 4 p.m. in Stephen’s Hall. At this time, the details of his speech remain confidential. In his 2009 address, … Continue reading

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Picture this…


Imagine a world in which greed and dominating power did not exist. Imagine a world in which equality was truly valued no matter one’s geographical region, denomination, skin color or “so-called” predictably unsuccessful future. Imagine a world in which there is … Continue reading

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