Ulman to help Towson U. spur economic growth

Officials say moving more of Towson University's non-academic operations off the school's campus and into downtown Towson could help spur job growth and economic development. That's one of the ideas that will be explored as former Howard County Executive Ken Ulman gets to work as the university's new chief strategist.  The school has hired Ulman's Margrave Strategies consulting ...

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