List of Towson University people

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These are some of the more notable alumni, attendees and faculty of Towson University, a public university located in Towson in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, and its predecessor institutions.

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

Music[edit]

Business[edit]

Writers[edit]

Politics and government[edit]

Judiciary of Maryland[edit]

State Delegates[edit]

State Senate[edit]

County Executives[edit]

  • David R. Craig (1971), former member of the Maryland Senate, 1995–99, Harford County Executive, 2005–present[42]

Local government[edit]

Faculty[edit]

  • Tony Campbell, political science professor and US Senate candidate, 2018
  • Phyllis Chinn, mathematics professor
  • Beth Haller, journalism professor, Fulbright scholar
  • Donald Minnegan, former coach of the school's championship soccer teams; namesake of the school's mascot, Doc
  • Johnny Unitas, former quarterback for the Baltimore Colts; Towson Athletics' community liaison; raised funds for the school's athletic programs

References[edit]

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  17. ^ "Madieu Williams". Retrieved 18 May 2014.
  18. ^ "Tye Smith".
  19. ^ "Mary Ellen Barbera, Chief Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals". msa.maryland.gov.
  20. ^ "Charles E. Barkley, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  21. ^ "Pamela G. Beidle, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  22. ^ "John L. Bohanan, Jr., Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  23. ^ "Michael W. Burns, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  24. ^ "Ann Marie Doory, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  25. ^ "GAM-Delegate Gaines Legislation 2016 Regular Session". mgaleg.maryland.gov.
  26. ^ "Jolene Ivey, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  27. ^ "A. Wade Kach, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  28. ^ "Melissa J. Kelly, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  29. ^ "Susan W. Krebs, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  30. ^ "Stephen W. Lafferty, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  31. ^ "GAM-Delegate Miele Legislation 2016 Regular Session". mgaleg.maryland.gov.
  32. ^ "Warren E. Miller, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  33. ^ "Nathaniel T. Oaks, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  34. ^ "B. Daniel Riley, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  35. ^ "Tanya Thornton Shewell, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  36. ^ "Kathy Szeliga, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov. Retrieved 2016-02-17.
  37. ^ "GAM-Delegate Young, P. Legislation 2016 Regular Session". mgaleg.maryland.gov.
  38. ^ "GAM-Senator Hough Legislation 2016 Regular Session". mgaleg.maryland.gov.
  39. ^ "Michael J. Hough, Maryland State Delegate". msa.maryland.gov.
  40. ^ "GAM-Senator Klausmeier Legislation 2016 Regular Session". mgaleg.maryland.gov.
  41. ^ "Karen S. Montgomery, Maryland State Senator". msa.maryland.gov.
  42. ^ "David R. Craig, County Executive, Harford County, Maryland". msa.maryland.gov.
  43. ^ "Calvin B. Ball, County Council, Howard County, Maryland". msa.maryland.gov.
  44. ^ "Sheila Dixon, Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland". msa.maryland.gov.
  45. ^ "James B. Kraft, City Council, Baltimore, Maryland". msa.maryland.gov.

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