A more diverse and inclusive campus will come from senior-level leadership with a strategic vision for the design, promotion, and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency efforts across campus.
Over the last 12 months, we have experienced the stress of a pandemic, racial and social injustice, riots and destruction, a divisive election and violence in our Capitol. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King’s legacy of resilience and advocacy for human rights are as important now as they were in the 1960s. Today, the dream of a better world marked by equality for all is still a dream and much work remains to be done. On this day in which we celebrate this legacy, we recognize that their fight to end racial and social justice continues to speak to and animate our vision of inclusion. As we celebrate their life’s work, we continue to strive for A More Inclusive TU. Through a campus unified by the ideals of equity, inclusion and social justice, we do our part to realize this vision and honor their lives.
We are pleased to share with the TU community our strategic plan for diversity and inclusion. This plan provides a critical piece of the roadmap for the future of Towson University as we enter our 155th year.
This video resource aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of seeking accurate information on COVID-19 and how responses to the pandemic are often linked to racial and ethnic stereotypes.
Members of Towson University community reflect on what having a member of their sorority become vice president means to them
Town hall to address questions and concerns about the vaccine, particularly for communities of color
Award recognizes athletic department’s initiatives and policies that embrace diversity and inclusion