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Environmental audits aimed at reducing barriers

Occupational Therapy Professor Tina Fletcher and her students developed a program to evaluate the autism-friendliness of businesses and other public venues.
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Campus parking permits now on sale for 2022-2023

Denton and Dallas parking decals for 2022-2023 are now on sale, and while prices stay the same, a lot has changed for parking on the Denton campus.
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Faculty, staff publications highlighted — May-August 2022

A quarterly report of publications by Texas Woman's University faculty and staff.

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Faculty/staff presentations highlighted — May-August 2022

A quarterly report of presentations by Texas Woman's University faculty and staff.

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In the News: Paul Bones

Paul Bones (Sociology, Denton) was interviewed for a July 31 Bored Panda story, “‘I Love Woodworking’: 50 Times Woodworking Enthusiasts Took Their Projects To Another Level And Shared The Results In This Instagram Account.”

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Texas Woman’s joins AWS Academy

Texas Woman's University has joined AWS Academy, Amazon Web Service's online training and certification courses in a variety of computing skills that help bridge the gap between industry and academia.

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Symposium returns with new format

The Teaching and Learning Symposium will feature a new format this year as the event returns to in-person presentations.

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WBEA Women's Conference slated on Houston campus

The TWU College of Business and the Center for Women Entrepreneurs will host the Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance (WBEA) Women’s Conference on TWU’s Houston campus Aug. 10-11, and you’re invited!

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Chancellor's BOLDLY GO newsletter shares summer highlights

Chancellor Carine Feyten’s latest BOLDLY GO newsletter notes the key leadership posts that have been filled over the spring and summer, and celebrates faculty, staff, and student successes.

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TWU Family Project study seeking children, parents

The team is looking at the influence parents have on their children’s friendships and relationships, including responses to bullying.

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Participants sought for study

Individuals who are disabled, LGBTQ, and at least 18 years old are sought for a study examining the acceptance of disabled LGBTQ people within the LGBTQ community.

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CRDA plans webinar on mixed methods research

The Center for Research Design & Analysis (CRDA) will present an “Intro to Mixed-Methods” webinar 10-11 a.m., Wednesday, June 22, via Zoom.


Connect with alumni at Third Thursday in Trophy Club

The Office of Alumni Engagement is partnering with the College of Professional Education for the first Third Thursday of the academic year.


New endowment supports research

The Tom and Charlene Marsh Family Foundation created a new endowment to fund research-enhancing activities in neurology, neuroscience and communication sciences and disorders.

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Upcoming TESSTalk featuring Dallas-based entrepreneur

Cynthia Nevels ’96, a TWU alumna and owner of the Dallas-based organic vegan fast-food company Soulgood, is the speaker for the next TESSTalk scheduled Aug. 3.

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'Ask the Experts' slates August sessions

Join staff members from several TWU departments to learn about critical university systems and processes.

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Five months left to request TX-RAMP Provisional certifications

Beginning January 1, 2023, all cloud services must obtain a full Level 1 or Level 2 certification prior to contract initiation or renewal.

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Complete your security awareness training

By law, 100% of TWU employees who use computing resources for at least 25% of their job must complete security awareness training by Aug. 31.

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TWU announces changes to COVID-19 protocols

Now that we are in a more manageable phase of the pandemic, the university is continuing its gradual return to pre-pandemic operations.

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Preventing heat-related illness

Without proactive prevention techniques, you could be at risk for heat-related illness, especially if you plan to enjoy the outdoors this summer.

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Risk Management notes youth program requirements

Departments or programs that host camps, activities, or events specifically for children and/or teens must meet university requirements for these youth programs.


'Resolving Conflict' webinar set

Examine barriers to conflict resolution, learn a six-step process to navigating interpersonal conflicts and more in a “Resolving Conflict” webinar.

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Summer benefits enrollment nears end

The designated summer enrollment phase may have ended, but you still have time to complete your summer enrollment changes.

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Performance Evaluation deadline approaches for second-level supervisors

Second-level supervisors may begin their reviews and approvals once the performance evaluation has been submitted. Approvals are due July 29.

August WomenRISE
National Book Lovers Day craft
Staff Council General Meeting
TWU Board of Regents meeting - Day 1
TWU Board of Regents meeting - Day 2