The deans oversee the six academic colleges in addition to the Office of Graduate Studies, the Honors College, and the University Library.
At Towson University, deans play a central role individually and as a group, in the university's academic administration.
Deans are involved centrally in issues including strategic planning, budget, curriculum, facilities and research. Moreover, they are key participants in external relations of the university including fundraising, alumni relations, economic development, political priorities (federal and state) and internal and external community relations.
On behalf of students, deans support and promote the highest quality educational programs,
scholarly inquiry, public service and economic development activities of their respective
colleges and entities.
Dean, College of Business and Economics
Dean, College of Education
Dean, College of Fine Arts and Communication
Dean, College of Health Professions
Dean, College of Liberal Arts
Rector, Honors College
Dean, Fisher College of Science and Mathematics
Dean, Graduate Studies
Dean, University Libraries
|Judy Harris, Associate Dean of the College of Business and Economics||jlharris AT_TOWSON|
|Karen Robertson, Associate Dean of the College of Education||krobertson AT_TOWSON|
|Greg Faller, Associate Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication||gfaller AT_TOWSON|
|Marcie Weinstein, Associate Dean of the College of Health Professions||mweinstein AT_TOWSON|
|Karen Eskow, Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts||keskow AT_TOWSON|
|Vonnie Shields, Associate Dean of the Fisher College of Science and Mathematics||vshields AT_TOWSON|
|Sabrina Viscomi, Assistant Dean of Budgets, Students and Operations for the College of Business and Economics||sviscomi AT_TOWSON|
|Laila Richman, Assistant Dean of the College of Education||lrichman AT_TOWSON|