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Towson University Names Leah Cox as New Vice President for Inclusion and Institutional Equity
Dec 20 16
Leah Cox will lead Towson University's Office for Inclusion and Institutional Equity, the university’s diversity and compliance office. Leah Cox has been appointed Towson University’s inaugural vice president for inclusion and institutional equity, effective January 23, 2017. Cox comes to TU from the University of Mary Washington where she served for the past six years as special assistant to the president and chief diversity officer, Title IX coordinator, and campus ombudsman. In this role, she chaired the President’s University Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion, provided leadership and guidance to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion across the campus and community at large, and created a Diversity Academy, a workshop for faculty and administrators creating diversity in the curriculum. As Title IX coordinator, Cox oversaw the implementation of Department of Justice, Department of Health, and the Office of Women’s Health's federal grants supporting sexual assault prevention and educational programming. In this inaugural senior leadership position, she will lead TU’s Office for Inclusion and Institutional Equity, the university’s diversity and compliance office, and will serve as a key advisor to the senior leadership team as a member of the President’s Council.
Towson University Wins $1,220,643.00 Federal Contract
Aug 23 16
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Department of the Army), USACE HEC, Ft. Belvoir, has awarded a $1,220,643.00 federal contract to Towson University, 8000 York Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21252, United States, for "SERDP PROJECT ER-2627".
Towson University Announces Executive Changes, Effective Jan. 25, 2016
Dec 4 15
Kim E. Schatzel, interim president, provost, and executive vice president of academic and student affairs at Eastern Michigan University, will join Towson University as next president on Jan. 25, 2016. Schatzel joined Eastern Michigan in 2000 as an assistant professor of marketing. She rose role to dean of the school's business college in 2008 and in July was named interim president. At Towson, Schatzel will take over for Timothy Chandler, who has served as interim president of the school for 15 months. Chandler held the interim role after Maravene Loeschke stepped down for health reasons and later passed away in January at the age of 68. Chandler will return to his previous position as Towson's provost and vice president for academic affairs.
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