January 2010 Newsletter

January 2010 Alumni Newsletter

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Adams, Dennis
Kauffman, Stephen
Lipsman, Karina
Bracey, Malcolm
Turner, Ryan
Pentz, Robin
Parsons, George
Hauf, Richard
Reyes, Jeanine
Doetlaff, Alan
Hamrell, Linda
Patterson, David
Senatore, Diana
Taylor, Megan
Rice, Heidi
Machrone, Stephanie
Wilson-Pisciotta, Kelly
Foster, Chantel
LiPira, Theresa
Sagner, John
Skrakowski, James
Miller, Erika
Bruso, Anthony
Carr, Yolanda
Kelnberger, Bonnie
Riddle, Jeffrey
Lockwood, Kellee
Wassum, Dana
Schreiter, Ryan
Mundle, Rajeh
Neus, Gary
Kitchelt, Kenneth
McCaskill, Lanier
Stewart, Jessica
Lee, Michael
Smith, Timothy
Gail, Carl
Greenwell, Patricia
Linzer, Keith
Richards, Mahmia
White, Traci
Dunsmore, Michael
Jakubowski, Bethany
Lindloff, Robert
Freeman, Natasha
Richards, Eileen
Mickahail, Adeeb
Goldberg, Stephanie
Gilbert, John
Moser, Charles
Lo, Ji-Ping
Waldera, Donald
Reed, Ryan
Ortiz-Brown, Jasmine
Carlson, Eric
Rimpel, Ruthza
Schneider, John
Chite, Laura
Brown, Nicole
Willemin, Alex
Stuller, Mary
Meyers, Jonathan
Roberts, Kendra
Niland, Joan
Oakes, Kylie
Wilt, Aaron
Cross, Susan
Ward, Carol
Sadler, Mark
Weidner, Gail
DeVoe, Gary
McDevitt, Kathryn
Mcpeak, Katie
Walker, Brandi
Reed, Denise
Lewis, Virginia
Frederick, Brianna
Considine, Mary
Moreau, James
Guida, Angela

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George Parsons Jr.
Sociology Major, Class of 1989

TU alumnus George Parsons believes in sharing the knowledge and life skills he learned in his time on the street with the Baltimore Police Department with future generations. The mission of his new book, "Passing the Baton," sets out to do just that. The book gives a first-hand account of the experiences, traditions and camaraderie behind his 24-year career in criminal justice. Some of the stories are serious, some are humorous, but all paint a picture of his years and experiences protecting the streets of Baltimore.

Parsons joined the Baltimore Police Department in 1973 after four years of military service in the Navy. His career in criminal justice included service in the arson, marine, and the K-9 unit (with his beloved police-dog Kurt.) Parsons wrote the book to carry on the history and tradition of the nightstick - or baton - and to share stories from his years on the force. "It's my way of reaching beyond classroom instruction and giving advice to future officers regarding police life and the importance of teamwork," Parsons said. "I also wanted to share the history of what was once considered a crucial part of an officer's communication, defense and initiation -- the baton."

Parsons' retired in 1992 and eventually moved to Florida where he currently teaches criminal justice at Saint Johns River Community College. He hopes his efforts will help young men and women realize their dreams of a career in law enforcement.

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Let's Talk

The Towson Fund Phonathon student callers want to talk to you! These students come from all backgrounds and are studying in a range of disciplines, but they all have at least one thing in common--they love Towson! Our students are going to be calling to ask for your annual gift to the university and also to keep you up-to-date about what is happening on campus. We hope you'll pick up the phone and allow them to share their enthusiasm with you. Tell them about your experience at Towson, and ask them about theirs. Let them answer your questions about the university and inform you of upcoming reunions and events.

As you talk with them, we hope you'll also make a gift. State support continues to decline, and our student callers play a major role in helping to bridge the gap by encouraging gifts to scholarships, faculty professional development, and the programs you care about the most at Towson. The Phonathon students want to give you the opportunity to reconnect with the university this spring. We hope you'll take their call!

 TU 2010

Culminating the 2010 Plan

As a result of focusing our efforts over the past six years on initiatives that support the 23 goals of the Towson University 2010 strategic plan, Towson University repeatedly received national attention for our value, academic quality, and outreach. Some of the highlights include: a U.S. News and World Report ranking TU in the top eight among master's institutions in the North; a 2009 Princeton Review top 50 Best Value public institution; a 2008 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll Honoree; a 2008 Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Classification for Curricular Engagement, Outreach, and Partnerships; a Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine top 100 best value among public colleges; a 2010 GI Jobs magazine designation as a Military-Friendly School, to name a few.

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