Anneliese Johnson continued her education at Towson after receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in History and Minor in Geography through Towson’s Honors College program. In the fall of 2007, she joined the Social Science Master’s Program to advance her understanding of American nationalism through a multi-disciplinary approach. Anneliese demonstrates her knowledge and passion for politics through being involved in mostly county-level political campaigns and organizations. She credits the flexibility of the program as being critical for her success, due to other work and life commitments - such as having 3 young children, 2 of which were born during her enrollment at the graduate level. She believes that the possibility knowledge creates is infinite.
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed with the things you didn't do than by the things you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain
"Let us dare to read, think, speak, and write." - John Adams
Akua Donkor comes to Towson with valuable cumulative knowledge after receiving her BA in Sociology, with a concentration in Criminology and a minor in African-American Studies. She enrolled in the General Track with a focus in Sociology to help further her current career. Akua has overcome many challenges since entering the program, as she is not only a dedicated full-time graduate student, but is also a full-time professional.
"Success is like the sky; endless."- unknown
David Jun continued his education in the Social Science Master’s Program at Towson after previously receiving his B.S. in History. He enrolled in the General Track in Fall 2010 to further his passion for history and help him become a more successful history teacher. David is also a student in the Graduate Program for Secondary Education certification. He currently has the demanding task of teaching middle school students in Baltimore County as part of his teaching internship, and will soon be transferring over to Perry Hall High School.
"It was a step by step process to the finish line."
"The social science program is intellectually intriguing and
challenges the classical ideas you learn in undergrad."
Toyy Glover joins us in the Fall of 2011 after receiving his Bachelors of Science in History, with a concentration in African American Studies. He was very active in his undergraduate career, being a member of Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society for the Social Sciences and Phi Alpha Theta for History. Toyy is currently enrolled in the general track, with a focus on sociology. He hopes that the Social Science Master’s Program will help him pursue his dream of teaching at the university-level one day. Along with taking courses at Towson, Toyy works at Fort McHenry as a seasonal Park Ranger.
Marquel Bowler enters Towson with an undergraduate degree in International Business and a minor in Spanish. She enrolled in the Global Analysis track with a focus on Latin America in the Fall of 2010. She is excited about the program due to the interdisciplinary nature of the classes, which allow her to expand outside of the business curriculum she was accustomed to. When she isn't busy studying, Marquel engages her passion for cross country running and road races.
"There is a light at the end of the tunnel."
William Archer comes to Towson after receiving degrees in History, Secondary Education in History and his Sociology Teaching Certification at UMBC. He also currently holds a Graduate Assistantship position at UMBC. William enrolled in the general Social Sciences Graduate Program with a focus in Sociology in Fall 2010. He was attracted to the program's interdisciplinary approach, which can ultimately help him broaden his horizons before applying to a PhD program.
"Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative." - Oscar Wilde