Through BTU—Partnerships at Work for Greater Baltimore, Towson University continues
to build a framework to capture and support the work taking place between TU and the
TU faculty, staff, and students have access to a number of funding resources aimed
to align, scale, sustain, and institutionalize community engagement partnerships and
BTU Ongoing Support
Supports miscellaneous requests to bolster and strengthen existing or emerging BTU
engagements and partnerships; expenses such as events, meal tickets, marketing materials,
equipment, etc., that increase impact.
National Visibility Support
Supports faculty and staff presenting at national engagement conferences.
Supports bringing partners to campus or taking TU faculty, staff, or students off
campus to engage in a partnership or collaboration.
Funds allocated as investments over a 1–3 year period, focused on scaling, sustaining,
aligning, and institutionalizing leading TU community engagement partnerships and
Emerging Idea Investments, supported by Whiting-Turner
Funds allocated for a one-year period, focused on supporting new and emerging TU community
partnerships and projects, connected to underserved populations.