It is with great pleasure that I write to you in this very first issue of the Towson University student newsletter created specially for business students. As a graduate of the Towson University College of Business and Economics (CBE), it warms my heart to see the launch of this new newsletter, a publication written by students for students enrolled in our College.
As each issue finds its way to you, I hope you enjoy reading about what your student organizations are up to along with other important news including advising, internships, events and networking opportunities, among more. Above this message, on the upper left hand corner, I suggest that you click on the link to enter the contest to give your newsletter a name. The winner will not only receive the honor of starting a legacy at Towson by naming this newsletter, but they will also get a $25 gift card to Target. Who couldn't use one of those?
While you may receive plenty of e-mails from friends, family and professors, I assure you that you won't want to skip over this one as it appears each month in your inbox. As the semester progresses, I hope your experience at Towson is the best as you make new memories and friends that will last you a lifetime.
Shohreh A. Kaynama
Dean, College of Business and Economics
Professor, Marketing & e-Business
- The "411"
Flat Screen Monitors Newest Addition to Stephens Hall
- Student Organizations
- Internships & Career Opportunities
Develop Your Career in CBE
Looking for an internship or career opportunity? Then check your e-mail. Laleh Malek, director of professional experience, sends e-mails regularly alerting students of special employment opportunities available to CBE students. Read More
- KSAs in Action
|This month's KSA in action is Simonida Subotic, a senior political science and economics major from Montenegro. Subotic is a proud member of TU's debate team and says debating is what brought her from Europe to Towson. Read More|
- Advising Matters
Register for Spring 2008 classes
Now’s the time to make an appointment to meet with your advisor if you plan to register for Spring 2008 classes. Read more