At Towson University, more than 22,200 students are enrolled in a wide array of undergraduate and graduate programs. Our faculty is committed to excellence in teaching, and their scholarship, research, and service are exceptional. We take great pride in the fact that all of our faculty is engaged in teaching as their primary commitment at their university. Moreover, the faculty is supported by a dedicated staff committed to student success.
Timothy J. L. Chandler, Ph.D., the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, leads the Office of the Provost and is responsible for the oversight of all academic programs and services. The Office of the Provost staff is committed to working together with other university administrators, faculty, staff, students and community to carry out Towson University's mission, academic priorities and initiatives.
This program seeks to engage students and faculty in dialogue about the most pressing and difficult social divisions in our society.
Assistant professor Miho Iwata isn’t just helping students become well-versed in sociological knowledge. Her goal is to foster citizens who will bring awareness and understanding of social inequalities to all aspects of their lives after graduation.
English professor Zosha Stuckey's students wrote grants as part of a nonprofit writing project that led to funding for the playground. The initiative is a community partnership with TU, Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park, the state park service, and park rangers.
Towson University Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science and Mathematics faculty members Laura Gough, Matthew Hemm and their team will receive $1 million over five years from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) as part of their inaugural Inclusive Excellence initiative.