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Student Affairs (2)
University Advancement (1)
Innovation and Applied Research DIAR (1)
Executive Division (2)
University Marketing (1)
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Contingent staff (1)
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From 250-499 employees= (3) representatives
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My career as an administrative assistant at Towson University began in 2004 with a position in the College of Education. The primary focus of my responsibilities is with the graduate programs and includes a variety of activities involving prospective and current students, faculty and administrators. It has been my pleasure to offer support to the college and I have very much enjoyed working with everyone in the Towson University community. I am pleased to be a member of the Towson University Staff Council (TUSC) and hope to promote the value of staff employees through this association.
I have been at Towson University since November 2011. I started in University Admissions and am currently an Executive Administrative Assistant in the Office of Graduate Studies. I welcome the opportunity to help as well as learn from TUSC.
I am a Towson alum (Communications & Education) and a Baltimore native. Prior to returning to Towson in 2012, I was with UMD in College Park for over 10 years where I directed career services programs for undergraduates, MBAs and international students. I also served on the Campus Equity Council as a member of an advisory group to the campus President, providing leadership in the articulation and development of policies and procedures for the campus community.
I have been a teacher within the Baltimore City Public Schools and facilitated workshops
for military personnel transitioning to the civilian workplace. I am excited about
the trajectory of Towson & honored to serve on TUSC and enriching the personal and
professional growth of its constituents.
I have been at Towson since August of 2000. I work as the Technical Director for the
Department of Theatre Arts. I actually nominated myself because I wanted to get more
involved with the decision making process of the university and felt that being on
the staff council would allow me to have a voice at the university beyond just sending
an e-mail. I feel like I am in touch with many of the staff members here at the Center
for the Arts, and if nothing else can represent them and other employees fairly and
As a Towson Aluma and Towson native, I feel very fortunate to have returned to Towson University in 2006 to work in my original college. My extensive customer service background in the corporate world and Art degree made me the perfect fit for student relations. I was the TUSC secretary for several terms. Currently, I am the Academic Program Coordinator for the Department of Art + Design. It has been a pleasure and honor to serve on the council for these past many years.
My TU career began in 2008 as an undergraduate student in the College of Fine Arts;
where I earned a B.S. in Theatre in 2010, and went on to continue my studies in the
Liberal Arts College, earning an M.S. in Human Resources Development in 2012.
I have served Towson University as a student worker, a graduate-assistant, and presently as a staff member. In my current position as Program Specialist for the Provost’s Budget Office, I am responsible for tracking the expenses, revenues and transactions for various Academic Affairs budgets; assisting departments in the faculty search and hire processes, and for overseeing the financial aspects of the Graduate Assistantship Office.
I feel very fortunate to work for an institution that fostered my personal and professional development as a student and as a staff member. I am honored to serve on TUSC and to have the opportunity to give back.
My association with TU is a long-standing one, both as an employee and as a student.
As a staff member, my career started 18 years ago as a contractual employee working
for the Associate Director in the University Bookstore. I became a regular employee
shortly thereafter as the Customer Service supervisor. Six years later I accepted
a position in the Graduate School working on the organization and management of graduate
student records. In December 1999 I took an administrative assistant position in the
Department of Mass Communication and Communication Studies.
Mass Communication and Communication Studies.
Christopher D. Jensen, Ph.D. is the Director for the Office of Civic Engagement and Leadership. Chris is new to Towson University and to Maryland. He moved from Michigan where he was working at Oakland University. Chris has worked in higher education for over 17 years, in the areas of leadership development, community service/service-learning, campus safety, housing, Greek life, orientation, and enrollment management. His research has focused on the impact of community service experiences on students’ persistence in college. Chris coordinates many of the political engagement, environmental initiatives, service-learning, and leadership initiatives at Towson University. In addition, he has provided leadership training nationally, through his affiliations with LeaderShape, Maryland-DC Campus Compact, and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.
I have been working at Towson since August of 2000. I started in the University Store
as a part-time cashier. In March of 2001 I transferred to the Development Office as
an Administrative Assistant under the division of University Advancement. I have supported
the Director of Special Events which gave me the opportunity to interact with many
other departments on campus. I have supported almost every Director in the Development
Office at one time or another. Both of my sons graduated from Towson. What can I say
-- I really enjoy working at TU and love helping TUSC in their endeavors.
I am a Baltimore native and a two-time Towson graduate having received both a B.S
and M.A in mass communication from TU. I work as the Director of Media Relations for
the university where I use my knowledge of media production and story-telling to place
TU in the news. I have a passion for my work and where I work. It is my mission to
let others know how wonderful Towson is. Aside from my work in media relations, I
also teach as an adjunct in the Electronic Media and Film department.