Houston Happenings

Michael Mistric (nursing) is a featured artist, along with collaborative artist Richard Brian, at Archway Gallery during the month of August. His show, “Pictura-Ferramento: A Duet for Painting and

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Carolyn DaSilva’s (physical therapy) manuscript, “Whole Body Vibration Methods with Survivors of Polio,” has been accepted by JoVE Video Journal. Her work, currently published on their website, is

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Nursing faculty members Rebecca Aulbach, Peggy Landrum and Vi Ho presented at the Sigma Theta Tau International 29th Nursing Research Congress July 22 in Melbourne, Australia. 

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Ainslie Nibert (nursing) has been selected as one of only 30 academic nursing leaders across the nation for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Wharton Executive Leadership Program Aug.

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Melissa A. Rodriguez (admissions) successfully completed the College Board’s yearlong Educational Leadership Academy, which focuses on leadership skills, enrollment management issues and the overall

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Wyona Freysteinson (nursing) has published an article in the Journal of Holistic Nursing titled A synopsis of Ricoeur’s phenomenology of the will: Implications for nursing practice, research, and

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Rita DelloStritto (nursing) has been named a Silver Medal winner for Excellence in Nursing by the Good Samaritan Foundation. DelloStritto was one of only six Silver Medal winners in Houston and the

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Catherine Szot (physical therapy) is one of only eight selected by the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy to serve on the Locomotor Training Knowledge Translation Task Force. The purpose of the

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TWU Houston will host “Because She Served: Women’s Veterans Symposium” on June 21, beginning at 4:30 pm with opening remarks by Chancellor Feyten and closing remarks by Anita Hufft (College of

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Ainslie Nibert (nursing) was selected to participate in the 2018 American Association of Colleges of Nursing-Wharton Executive Leadership Program Dec.10-14 in Philadelphia. The program is designed to

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