BTU is one of eight presidential priorities with a goal of enhancing and strengthening existing partnerships. If you have any partnership throughout Greater Baltimore (or beyond), you need to be a part of BTU:
To eliminate the barrier parking and transportation poses for engaging in successful collaborations with off-campus partners, BTU is providing transportation funding and parking codes for the purpose of bringing partners onto TU’s campus, and/or bringing TU faculty, staff, and students off-campus to engage in partnership work.
For transportation needs, complete a request form at least three weeks prior to the date for which transportation/parking services are needed.
BTU network partners include, but are not limited to, schools, community groups, federal, local, and state government agencies, foundations, healthcare providers, nonprofits, sponsors, businesses, economic development organizations, and arts and cultural entities.
BTU is how TU is putting partnerships to work for Greater Baltimore. If you are working with an external agency in any of the following areas, then that engagement is part of the BTU network.
In an effort to streamline the collection and evaluation of partnership information, a BTU Database has been created to support all facets of the BTU network and serve as a central collection point. In order to know what's happening on campus and to capture, report, and support all that is going on between TU and its many partners, we rely on TU faculty and staff to share information about their activities through the BTU Database Form.
If you are a TU faculty or staff member that is currently working with an external partner, please complete the BTU Database Form.
If you have previously submitted information about a partnership or relationship, the Office of Partnerships and Outreach will contact you in the spring for updated feedback.