Last week, more than sixteen TU departments dressed up their offices with tiger colors for the Black and Gold Office Decorating Contest. Seven A&F departments participated in the contest, including Copies Plus, the University Store, Parking and Transportation, Human Resources, Financial Services, the Budget Office, and Procurement. Two of the A&F departments placed in the top three of the contest! Human Resources won second place for their “heartbeat of tiger spirit” decorating theme, which included a massive tiger whose mouth you walked through to get into the “tiger’s jungle” lobby, as well as representations of how HR supports Towson’s community, athletics, faculty, staff and students. Financial Services took home first place for their elaborate representation of campus departments. Their areas were set up as a mock Wellness Center, a mock Center for the Arts, a mock Sustainability Office, a mock construction area, a mock Athletics Department, etc.
Congratulations to Financial Services and OHR on earning the top spots, and to all participating departments for showing their Towson pride! Photos from the contest are below.
Ria Zimmerman, decked out in black and gold, stands with Financial Services’ Towson Pride banner.
Erna Kesler poses inside her cube, which represented the Nursing Program.
Jennifer Shear and Keith Brown pose inside their work space, which represented the Wellness Center.
The athletics area.
A group shot of Financial Services.
A large tiger over the entrance to the Office of Human Resources.
The HR lobby, aka the tiger’s safari.
A few of HR’s safari guides.
Amy Rinnier and Deneice Fusco dressed as a chef and a professor.
The HR group dressed in black and gold.
One part of the Budget Office’s decorations.
One part of the Procurement Office’s decorations.