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December birthdays

December 1 – Bruce Schuchardt, Facilities Management
December 2 – Mike Filardo, OTS
December 2 – Leslie Lewis, Auxiliary Services
December 3 – Joyce Gibson, Fiscal Planning & Services
December 4 – Johnny Lyons, Office of Public Safety
December 4 – Karen Stukes, OHR
December 5 – Larry Sweringen, Facilities Management
December 6 – Mary Fortier, Fiscal Planning & Services
December 7 – Tracey Fite, Facilities Management
December 7 – Glenda Pierce, Facilities Management
December 11 – Joseph Laumann, Facilities Management
December 12 – Gordean Sanders, OTS
December 14 – Larry Holbrook, Office of Public Safety
December 15 – Marvin Edens, Facilities Management
December 16 – Steve Kettinger, OTS
December 16 – Dave Troyer, Facilities Management
December 16 – Mardette Wetzelberger, Fiscal Planning & Services
December 17 – Carol Green-Willis, OTS
December 17 – Rodney Motes, Facilities Management
December 17 – Treven Kuhn, Facilities Management
December 18 – Rick Setzer, Office of Public Safety
December 18 – Michael Temple, Facilities Management
December 18—Adam Weaver, Auxiliary Services
December 20 – Chris Collins, Facilities Management
December 20 – Jo Ann Joseph, OHR
December 21 – Bob Farmer, OTS
December 21 – Karen Testudine, Fiscal Planning & Services
December 22 – Karen Carmer, Facilities Management
December 22 – Sammy Featherstone, Facilities Management
December 22 – Jerri Sumwalt, Auxiliary Services
December 23 – Brian Raley, OTS
December 24 – Joanne Anderson, OTS
December 24 – Gregg Wood, Office of Public Safety
December 26 – Scott Guckert, Facilities Management
December 27 – Pamela Gorsuch, A&F VP Office
December 28 – Debbie Katz, OTS
December 29 – Thomas Crabbs, Facilities Management
December 31 – Gina Peach, Fiscal Planning & Services
December 31 – Phillip Ross, OHR


The A&F Annual Meeting and ACE Award Presentation will be held from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 18 in the West Village Commons Ballrooms.

The Campus Holiday Celebration hosted by President Maravene Loeschke will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, December 12 in the University Union’s Potomac Lounge.

Awards & Accreditations

Nick Gingue, Associate Director of Event and Conference Services, won the Rising Star Scholarship from the National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS). The Award is given to four Auxiliary Services employees nationwide who have provided excellent services and demonstrated the ability and desire to excel in the field of auxiliary services management. As part of the award, Nick received $1,000 to attend the NACAS Annual Conference. The award is sponsored by The Spelman & Johnson Group.

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Two Govenor’s Crime Prevention Awards go to TU

by Susanna Craine

Twenty seven (27) consecutive years are perhaps the longest run any winner has had in this arena.   Twenty seven times the Governor’s Crime Prevention Training Awards group has saluted Towson University’s public safety programs for outstanding efforts.  And as an observer pointed out, when you win again and again it is not for the same old thing.  It’s because you have improved the product.  Otherwise there is nothing new to salute.

The top category in the awards program is the “Governor’s Crime Prevention Award for Law Enforcement Agencies.”  This covers all types of crime prevention agencies in every county of the State of Maryland, from the Aberdeen Proving Ground Police Department, to the Howard County Police Department, the Johns Hopkins University Campus Safety and Security Department, and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.  Each entity has the primary obligation to enhance the personal protection of its constituents in efficient ways.  On a campus like TU – with roughly 25,000 faculty, staff and students — that is a lot of education and instruction in the safety measures of crime prevention.  Each year that TU has been recognized represents an increased teaching effort and measurable improvement in the amount and quality of equipment.   In the last category, for instance, we have greatly increased the number of CCTV cameras used throughout the campus as well as the number of blue light emergency phones.

TUPD gives Personal Safety presentations throughout the year.  Some of these presentations are available online and can be visited and re-visited.  They are suitable both for students and for senior members of the community who need to learn many of the same things:  campus geography; the challenges of a 24-hour environment; and how to get safely to far-flung parking lots at night.  There is a lot to learn in the midst of a quasi-urban environment that can be penetrated from all points of the compass.

TUPD continues to provide its “Operation Keep Safe” program that is designed to teach emergency preparedness, shelter in place and evacuation procedures.    A sexual assault awareness program is reviewed and updated frequently to remain in sync with the times.   RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) training courses are provided twice a year so women have the opportunity to learn aggressive self-defense.

On a more practical level, TU’s Online Property Registration has been in place for almost two years and has been heavily utilized by faculty, staff and students.  This new program has brought more recognition to TU, receiving the Governor’s Crime Prevention Awards, dubbed an “outstanding proactive crime prevention program.”   It is a free registration program for important possessions like laptops, cell phones, bicycles, iPads/iPods, textbooks, jewelry, games and other expensive equipment, and helps to recover such items should they be stolen.  The serial numbers can be run through the National Crime Information Center and regional pawn shop databases.  This increases the chance of tracing and recovering stolen property.

Twenty seven years of striving for more and better safety efforts has added luster to TU’s reputation through the Governor’s Crime Prevention Awards program.   But the most important asset it has offered is increased safety and comfort for the 25,000 people who occupy our 328 acres.

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Personnel Announcement

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July Birthdays

All birthdays listed are based on the contributions of divisional staff. If you would like to have a birthday added to or removed from the list, please e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

July 1 – Dave Taylor, Facilities Management

July 2 – Tim Sandruck, Facilities Management

July 3 – Tammy Weichseldorfer, OTS

July 4 – Debra Boettcher, Facilities Management

July 4 – William Stafford, Facilities Management

July 5 – Matt Rising, OTS

July 7 – Phillip George, Facilities Management

July 7 – Lana Rybalnik, OTS

July 7 – Alison Armstrong, Auxiliary Services

July 9 – Barbara Hufnagel, Fiscal Planning and Services

July 9 – Shelly Sievers, Fiscal Planning and Services

July 9 – Jim Williamson, Fiscal Planning and Services

July 10 – William Briley, Auxiliary Services

July 10 – John De Armey, Facilities Management

July 11 – Mike Medairy, Facilities Management

July 11 – Michael Roddy, TUPD

July 13 – Lou Chaney, Facilities Management

July 13 – Joanne Kist, Fiscal Planning and Services

July 13 – Lisa Schmith, Human Resources

July 15 – Cynthia Andrews, Human Resources

July 15 – Mike Noll, Human Resources

July 15 – Hassan Sanda, Auxiliary Services

July 16 – Rance Burger, Facilities Management

July 17 – Tom Wentz, Facilities Management

July 18 – Christopher Betts, Facilities Management

July 18 – Valerie Panuska, Auxiliary Services

July 19 – Michele Kreider, Fiscal Planning and Services

July 19 – Lorraine Ziara-Denmark, Fiscal Planning and Services

July 20 – John Harris, Facilities Management

July 21 – Dave Socha, Facilities Management

July 24 – Verna Green, Auxiliary Services

July 27- Tobi Bennet, Facilities Management

July 28 – Ronald Peacock, Facilities Management

July 29 – Jen Streb, Financial Services

July 30 – Charlie Rummings, OTS

News and Announcements

Aramark’s contract with the university ended Thursday, June 30, and janitorial services are now being provided by ABM. No gaps in services are anticipated, but if you any housekeeping needs during the transition between the two vendors, please contact housekeeping directly at x4-3396.

Honors, Awards and Presentations

Cpl. George Morgan received his retirement badge plaque from the TUPD on Friday, June 3. The badge was presented to George by TUPD Sergeant Frank Remesch. It is a law enforcement tradition that an officer’s supervisor presents the officer with a badge upon retirement. Congratulations, George!

Jean Comer, Executive Administrative Assistant for the Office of Public Safety, graduated from the administrative cohort of the Building Bridges program earlier this spring. She received her certificate of completion at a ceremony at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Congratulations, Jean!

Joe Oster, Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services, and Pam Mooney, Director of Parking & Transportation Services, gave a presentation titled “Parking 101″ at the National Association for College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) East Conference in Annapolis this June. The presentation reviewed the current status of the parking industry, leading into a discussion on the virtual parking concept being introduced on campus this fall. The presentation was well-attended and very well-received.

Joe Oster and Ralph Valle, Marketing Director for Auxiliary Services, also gave a presentation at the NACAS East Conference on marketing the multi-million dollar area of college auxiliary services. The program focused on the need to balance your marketing strategy in today’s marketplace using a variety of social, print and direct marketing approaches in order to connect with customers and compete in business today.

Births and Deaths

Executive Administrative Assistant Bernadette Reed just became a fourth-time grandmother! Her daughter gave birth to a healthy baby boy earlier this week.

Susan Bracken Trumbull, passed away Saturday, June 25. Susan is the sister of OTS Executive Administrative Assistant Joanne Bracken. Susan is survived by a daughter. Our condolences go out to Joanne and her family.


Retirements and New Hires

Mail Sorting & Processing Supervisor Deborah Bowdoin will retire July 1, 2011. Best wishes, Deborah!

Jimmy Duffy was hired as the new Director of Access Control in the Office of Public Safety. Jimmy’s first day was June 21. Welcome aboard!

Longtime A&F student assistant Alfiya Galieva, who worked for Management Advisory & Compliance Services and the NRA Tax Office, has left the university. Best wishes to Alfiya!

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TUPD Takes on Law Enforcement Challenge

The Towson University Police Department is always up for a challenge, and now they’re being awarded for it. Earlier this month, the TUPD received one of the top honors in the 2010 Law Enforcement Challenge, which awards Maryland police departments for their efforts in achieving statewide law enforcement goals (the competition was previously known as the Chief’s Challenge). The challenge focuses on traffic safety with an emphasis on enforcement and outreach related to Maryland’s occupant protection laws, impaired driving prevention, and aggressive driving deterrence.

The TUPD received second place in the university category for their efforts in educating students on the dangers of driving under the influence, the importance of using seat belts, and the negative outcomes of aggressive driving. According to TUPD Officer Kia Williams, traffic safety is an issue that effects nearly everyone on campus.

“In terms of law enforcement, traffic safety is one of the most prevalent issues on our campus,” Kia said. “Nearly everyone who comes to campus is a driver, a passenger, or a pedestrian, so it’s important that they’re aware of and abiding by traffic safety laws in order to make the campus a safe environment.”

In the past year, the TUPD’s traffic safety programs have included seat belt checkpoints, Towerlight ads on the dangers and consequences of drunk and impaired driving, safety workshops and tabling, and the use of the TUPD’s Facebook page to communicate traffic and general safety messages.

The Law Enforcement Challenge is co-sponsored by the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, the Maryland Sheriff’s Association and the Maryland Highway Safety Office. College Park took home first place in the universities category.

For more information on the Law Enforcement Challenge, go here.

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Personnel Announcement

Wondering what’s going on in the lives of your colleagues? Check out the information below to find out. If you’d like to contribute an item to the personnel announcement, e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

June Birthdays

All birthdays listed are based on the contributions of divisional staff. If you would like to have a birthday added to or removed from the list, please e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

June 3 – Bob Cave, OTS

June3 – Jim McAllen, Facilities Management

June 5 – James Andrew, Auxiliary Services

June 6 – Tom Durange, Facilities

June 7 – Leif Karlsen, Facilities

June 9 – Troy Lingelbach, Facilities

June 9 – Vicki Shifflett, Fiscal Planning and Services

June 10 – Richard Herbert, Auxiliary Services

June 10 – Ryan (Marc) Stephan, Auxiliary Services

June 12 –Joan Doremus, Auxiliary Services

June 15 – Lou Ciotola, Auxiliary Services

June 15 – Wade Keeney, Facilities Management

June 15 – Stacey Poe, Fiscal Planning and Services

June 20 – Mike Fouche, OTS

June 21 – Scott Luebben, Facilities Management

June 21 – Pam Mathias, Auxiliary Services

June 21 – Amy Rinnier, Human Resources

June 24 – Freddie Samuels, Facilities Management

June 26 – Mark Behrens, Facilities Management

June 27 – Kris Phillips, Facilities Management

June 28 – Chris Walker, OTS

June 28 – Cyndi Zile, Fiscal Planning and Services

June 29 – Curt Pendleton, Facilities Management


News and Announcements

Summer casual dress has begun! Business casual dress will be permitted for Towson employees beginning Tuesday, May 31 and ending the first day of fall 2011 classes, Wednesday, August 31.

The University Store’s spring sale is going on until June 4.


Honors and Awards

Joyce Gibson and Julie Hall, both of Financial Services, completed the University Business Certificate, one of four noncredit certificates offered by the Office of Human Resources. This certificate is designed for university employees responsible for business functions.

Michele Kreider, Procurement, completed the Workplace Professional Certificate, one of four noncredit certificates offered by the Office of Human Resources. This certificate is designed for developing the skills of our support staff.

Eric Martinez, Financial Services, won the Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gaddis Award for Writing in the 2011 Towson literary awards. The Gaddis Award is given to the best essay submitted by a Towson undergraduate. Congratulations, Eric!


Rain or shine!

The faculty/staff picnic will be held on June 3rd from 4 to 8 p.m. on Burdick Field. Everyone must enter from the side of Lot 11. This event is free to all faculty, staff and university associates and their families. Food and refreshments will be served; a cash bar will also be available at your expense.



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Personnel Announcement

Wondering what’s going on in the lives of your colleagues? Check out the information below to find out. If you’d like to contribute an item to the personnel announcement, e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

May Birthdays

All birthdays listed are based on the contributions of divisional staff. If you would like to have a birthday added to or removed from the list, please e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

May 1 – Tom Alcide, OTS

May 3 – Randy Peaker, Human Resources

May 4 – Jim Monroe, OTS

May 7 – Nick Gingue, Auxiliary Services

May 7 –Connie Proffitt, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 8 – Joe Oster, Auxiliary Services

May 8 –Dorothy Proctor, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 8 – Dave Schroeder, OTS

May 11 – Phillip Morgan, Facilities

May 11 – Dave Rose, Facilities

May 15 – Jeff Clark, Facilities

May 16 – Karen Michalak, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 16 – Betty White, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 17 – Jonathan Lindhorst, Facilities

May 18 – John Logan, Facilities

May 23 – Andrew Charles, Facilities

May 23 – Susan Fata, Auxiliary Services

May 23 – Ed Millard, Facilities

May 23 – Shawn Rauscher, Facilities

May 24 – Janelle Scrogdins, Auxiliary Services

May 26 – Myron Esterson, Auxiliary Services

May 26 –Sandy Levin, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 26 – Charise Rice, Auxiliary Services

May 26 –Jeff Sutton, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 28 –Lorraine Hart, Fiscal Planning & Services

May 30 – Nisar Ahmad, OTS

May 31 – Rick Morrocco, Human Resources

May 31 – Sandra White, Fiscal Planning & Services

News and Announcements

The ESCO project has begun! To find out when your area will be upgraded, go to www.towson.edu/esco.

Black and Gold Fridays are back! Wear your black and gold every Friday to show your tiger pride!

The last day of classes for the spring 2011 semester is Tuesday, May 17. Exams end a week later on Tuesday, May 24.

Classes begin for the first summer 2011 session on Tuesday, May 31.


Tigerfest is being held Friday, May 6 in Unitas Stadium. Gates open at 3 p.m.; tickets are available through the University Union Ticket Office. For more information, go to www.towson.edu/CAB/. See a few photos from last year’s Tigerfest in the upper right corner of this screen.

Spring 2011 commencement ceremonies will be held in the Towson Center Wednesday, May 25 through Friday, May 27. There will be ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day. For more information or to stream the graduation live on your computer, go to www.towson.edu/commencement/.

Honors and Awards

Terry Mullen (Post Office), Karen Stukes (Human Resources), and Cyndi Zile (Financial Services) completed the Management & Supervision Certificate, one of four noncredit certificates offered by the Office of Human Resources. This certificate is designed for those new to or interested in moving into management.

TU has been honored with the Certified Smoke-Free Workplace Award by the American Cancer Society. The award recognizes the university for its outstanding contributions to the global fight against cancer. For more information about the award, go to the TU Newsroom.

TU was recently named to the Princeton Review’s List of 311 Green Colleges. This is the second year that the university has been included in the list. For more information and the complete list of colleges, go to http://www.princetonreview.com/green-guide.aspx.

Congratulations to all A&F staff who earned Service Awards at this week’s ceremonies! A very special thank you to the following divisional staff who have served 20 or more years at the university:

20 Years of Service

Deborah Bowdoin (Administration and Finance)

Carroll Dowery (Administration and Finance)

Kevin Dunton (Administration and Finance)

Harry Hughes (Administration and Finance)

Angela Rehrmann (Administration and Finance)

Rachele Sievers (Administration and Finance)


25 Years of Service

Robert Campbell (Administration and Finance)

Linda O’Connor (Administration and Finance)

Charles Rummings (Administration and Finance)

Carolyn Scott (Administration and Finance)


30 Years of Service

Charles Conjar (Administration and Finance)

Mary Anne Czyz (Administration and Finance)

Laura Jackson (Administration and Finance)

Bruce Schuchardt (Administration and Finance)

Antonietta Serruto (Administration and Finance)

Vicki Shifflett (Administration and Finance)

Donna Taylor (Administration and Finance)

Tammy Weichseldorfer (Administration and Finance)


35 Years of Service

Harriet Douthirt (Administration and Finance)

Elizabeth Guzick (Administration and Finance)

Adela Lombardi (Administration and Finance)

Patrick Walsh Jr (Administration and Finance)


For a full list of Service Awards recipients, go to the HR Training website.


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Did You Know…

The Maryland Charities campaign awarded Towson University the Schaefer Cares Award for the highest growth in participation during the fall 2010 campaign. Under the direction of Vice President James P. Sheehan, who served as the responsible TU executive for the campaign, Towson increased participation by 84% over the previous year. The effort raised nearly $50,000 for local charities, including the Towson University Foundation. Below, Vice President Sheehan and TU Coordinator for the Maryland Charities Campaign Sherry McKendry accept the award.


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Personnel Announcement

Wondering what’s going on in the lives of your colleagues? Check out the information below to find out. If you’d like to contribute an item to the personnel announcement, e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

April Birthdays

All birthdays listed are based on the contributions of divisional staff. If you would like to have a birthday added to or removed from the list, please e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

April 2 – Michael Devoe, Facilities Management

April 3 – Mike Franklin, Auxiliary Services

April 3 – Lucy Slaich, Fiscal Planning and Services

April 4 – Tim Byrnes, OTS

April 11 – Brian Cooney, OTS

April 11 – Virgil Lemaster, Facilities Management

April 12 – Donna Taylor, OTS

April 13 – Barry Pina, Facilities Management

April 14 – Jeff Koerber, OTS

April 14 – Carol Watts, OTS

April 15 – Cheryl Webb, Auxiliary Services

April 16 – Kim Dugent, Fiscal Planning and Services

April 17 – Craig Fringer, Office of Public Safety

April 18 – John Propst, Facilities Management

April 19 – Julie Leary, OTS

April 21 – David Mayhew, Facilities Management

April 22 – Adela Lombardi, Facilities Management

April 24 – Dana Hall, Auxiliary Services

April 26 – Jamie Norman, Facilities Management

April 27 – Marie Weber, Facilities Management

April 28 – Rich Sullivan, OTS

April 28 – Jay Taffel, OTS

April 29 – Eric Cannizzo, OTS



The Annual TUSC Staff Development Conference will be held in the University Union on Thursday, October 13, 2011. For more information, go to www.towson.edu/tusc.

The 2011 Benefits Festival and Health Fair will be held in the Potomac Lounge Friday, April 15 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. All faculty, staff and retirees are welcome to attend the event.

TUSC is hosting a walking tour of the inside, outside and rooftop of the College of Liberal Arts building as part of its Brown Bag series. The tour will be led by Energy Manager Steve Kolb and begin Tuesday, April 26 at noon. For more information, go here.


Honors and Awards

Last month, TUPD Corporal Richard Saylor Jr. was presented with the Top Tiger Award for the month of February. Top Tigers are nominated by their colleagues via the TUSC website, http://www.towson.edu/tusc. Congratulations Rick!

Financial Transaction Supervisor Cyndi Zile completed the Office of Human Resources’ Workplace Professional Certificate, designed for campus support staff. Congratulations Cyndi!

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Personnel Announcement

Wondering what’s going on in the lives of your colleagues? Check out the information below to find out. If you’d like to contribute an item to the personnel announcement, e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

March Birthdays

All birthdays listed are based on the contributions of divisional staff. If you would like to have a birthday added to or removed from the list, please e-mail adminfinance@towson.edu.

March 2 – Brian Fritsche, Fiscal Planning and Services

March 6 – Sandy Erhart, Fiscal Planning and Services

March 7 – John Roth, Facilities Management

March 8 – Ginger McGeehan, Facilities Management

March 8 – Dwayne Wilson, Facilities Management

March 9 – Teri Cromwell, OTS

March 10 – Nicole Cosentino, OTS

March 10 – David Sies, Facilities Management

March 11 – Clay Minor, Facilities Management

March 11 – Kenny West, Auxiliary Services

March 13 – Jeannie Deckelbaum, Auxiliary Services

March 15 – Lynn Ray, OTS

March 16 – Mary Dunaway, Human Resources

March 16 – Terry Mullen, Auxiliary Services

March 19 – Michelle Sponaugle-Shipley, Auxiliary Services

March 20 – Victoria Napper, Fiscal Planning and Services

March 23 – Dawn Henriques, Auxiliary Services

March 26 – Jeff Barnes, Facilities Management

March 27 – Rafael Montoya, Facilities Management

March 27 – Dixie Davies, Auxiliary Services

March 28 – Lee Warner, Fiscal Planning and Services


A&F In the News

Residents cautiously optimistic about new plans for Towson Arena, – Towson Times, February 16, 2011

Towson U. taps head of green initiativesBaltimore Business Journal, February 18, 2011

Constellation, Towson energy saving deal gets OKBaltimore Business Journal, February 24, 2011


Announcements and Reminders

On February 26, Police Chief Bernie Gerst jumped into the icy Deep Creek Lake during the 13th Annual Deep Creek Dunk—the Western Maryland equivalent of the Polar Bear Plunge. The event is sponsored by the Maryland State Police and raised more than $100,000 for the Special Olympics of Maryland. Read about Bernie’s experience at the Polar Bear Plunge here.

Honors and Awards

Diane Hammer in the Office of Administration & Finance and Jerri Sumwalt in Auxiliary Services completed Human Resources’ Workplace Professional Certificate, a ten-course program which is specifically designed for university support staff. Congratulations Diane and Jerri!



The Presidential Search and Selection Committee will host a town hall meeting from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17 in the Minnegan Room. During the meeting, TU faculty and staff will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on the qualifications that the committee should take into consideration when selecting the next president. The event is open to all faculty and staff. For more information, go to http://www.towson.edu/president/presidentialsearch/meetings.asp.


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Red Cross Honors HR Employee

Late last month, the Senior Medical Officer from the American Red Cross presented Benefits Specialist Gail Price with a certificate of appreciation for her dedication to organizing blood drives at Towson University. Over the past 16 years, Gail has organized more than 160 blood drives on Towson’s campus, enabling the collection of thousands of blood donations which have saved lives across the state. Associate Vice President for Human Resources Phillip Ross says Gail is more than deserving of the award.

“[It’s] indicative of Gail’s spirit and her commitment to helping the internal and external community,” Phil said.

In the past ten years, approximately 7,000 donations have stemmed from TU blood drives. Those donations have the ability to help more than 21,000 people.  Gail says that it’s this positive impact that feeds her dedication to the drives.

“It’s a lot of work, but it’s something that I feel good about doing,” Gail said.

The next blood drive will be held from March 28 to 30 in the University Union’s Potomac Lounge. The drive will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, March 28 and Tuesday, March 29; and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30. To sign up, go to http://www.towson.edu/adminfinance/hr/ and click on the Red Cross registration link in the upper right corner of the page.

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