College of Fine Arts and Communication

College of Fine Arts and Communication

Faculty and Staff

Trevor Lowing

Trevor Lowing

Budget Specialist

Office:   Center for the Arts, Room 3001
Phone:   410-704-5546



B.S. in History, Towson University, 2011

A.A. in Business Administration, Harford Community College, 2012


Trevor Lowing has served as the College of Fine Arts and Communication Dean’s Office Budget Specialist since August of 2013. His current professional endeavor is a group collaboration among colleagues to create a budget projection that spans an entire fiscal year.

Joining the Towson University family was a big career change in Trevor’s path from the mechanical trade to Administration and Finance. As part of his unique professional experiences he worked for Penske Truck Leasing as a Management Trainee and certified Diesel Truck Mechanic while holding the EPA609 Mobile Air Conditioning certification. In addition to diesels, Lowing was a formally trained automotive technician, completing an apprenticeship while living in Washington State.

On active duty in the U.S. Navy from 2002 to 2007, Lowing served as an Airframes Mechanic 3rd Class Petty Officer and held the qualification of Plane Captain for both the Boeing E-6 Mercury and the Lockheed EP-3E ARIES II airframes. He coordinated an individual work center relocation managing manpower, materials, and programs as the squadron did an intercontinental homeport change from Rota, Spain to Whidbey Island, Washington. He was chosen as the work center’s supervisor holding a higher position as a junior NCO during and six months after the move.

As a history enthusiast, Lowing has two projects and subsequent manuscripts in the works, both relating to his prime research topic: World War I. Voices of the Lost Generation will be a study of the Great War through those who were there as the manuscript relies almost solely on primary sources such as period writings, memoirs, journals, and diaries. Finding Josef is a collaborative effort between Lowing and translator Tijana Bitner as they explore the life of Josef Faller, a German soldier in the Great War, through his letters, photos and other documents.




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