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Profiles offer advantages for faculty, staff

MY1CV, the system used by Texas Woman’s, allows members to update their own profiles, and they don’t have to be a tech expert to use it.

Clinic offers discount for teletherapy sessions

TWU’s Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic is enrolling clients for summer individual teletherapy sessions and is offering a discount for Texas Woman’s faculty, staff, alumni and their families.
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In the News: Christina Bejarano

Christina Bejarano (multicultural women’s and gender studies) was quoted in “The key to winning the Latino vote in 2020? Latinas,” on “Every 30 Seconds,” a collaborative public media reporting project.

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In the News: WASP Archives

A story posted in the May 21 New York Times profiled two Chinese-American WASP pilots and mentioned the WASP archives at Texas Woman’s University.

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs) was interviewed for KRLD News Radio (TWU login required), La Estrella TV and KTEN News stories on AssistHER grants.


Library continues gradual reopening

The Texas Woman’s University Libraries continues to slowly reopen, with a focus on ensuring the health and safety of patrons and staff.

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TWU Denton staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Texas Woman’s University officials were notified Friday, May 22, that a staff member at the TWU Denton campus has tested positive for COVID-19.

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TWU among best for education in state during COVID-19 crisis

Educate to Career, which ranked universities based on their ability to provide a quality education during the economic crisis brought on by the coronavirus, placed TWU in the highest category.

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Chancellor's April/May BOLDLY GO newsletter is online

The latest issue features a salute to nurses — including highlights from the College of Nursing’s inaugural newsletter — teachers and new graduates.


Center for Student Research accepting grant applications

The Center for Student Research is holding expedited competitions for student research and student research presentations. Both competitions are now open and the application deadline is Thursday, June 18.

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Grant deadlines extended

Due to disruptions resulting from the COVID-19 situation, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has extended the deadline for applications to the Research Enhancement Program (REP) and Creative Arts and Humanities Grant Program.

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Male volunteers needed for research study

Male volunteers are needed to determine if there are links between men with symptoms of hyperadrogenism and a family history of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

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Children's Collection to be named for Harris

The Children’s Collection in the TWU Libraries is getting a new name in honor of one of the library’s longest serving employees.


Introducing a new way to connect with your fellow Pioneers

Pioneer Network is an online community created for TWU alumni, students, faculty, staff and supporters looking to engage with fellow Pioneers.


Homecoming 2020 Canceled

Homecoming 2020 and related Alumni Reunion Weekend events have been canceled.


Global Perspectives (11-20-19 update)

The goal of the Global Perspectives initiative is to “increase global perspectives through faculty exchanges, enrollment of international students, education abroad, and international collaborations.”


Transfer Student Success (11-13-19 update)

The Transfer Student Success initiative, tasked to design innovative approaches to ensure support for TWU’s transfer students, began its work in Fall 2018.


Process Efficiencies (11-13-19 update)

The Process Efficiencies Initiative (PEI) kicked off in Fall 2019 with the goal of championing continuous, user-centered process improvement at Texas Woman’s University.

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Deadline nears for Information Security Training

Time is running out Information Security Training before the June 1 deadline.

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More employees complete Information Security Training

A total of 2,085 employees have completed Information Security Training, and 35 departments are at 100% compliance as of May 19.

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Information Security Awareness Training Update

The university is relying on TWU supervisors to get the word out to their employees about information security training.

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TWU officials planning for return to campuses

With in-person classes resuming in the fall, Texas Woman’s administrators are working to determine how the gradual reopening of the university will take place.


Updates on coronavirus measures

TWU has launched a website that consolidates all the information focused on the university's response to COVID-19.

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Coronavirus update (3-2-20)

Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is actively monitoring the spread and impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and is pursuing measures to ensure the health and safety of the TWU community.

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'Reboarding' training required for return to work

As Texas Woman’s offices and facilities reopen or plan for reopening, university officials are providing details of what that will involve.


Celebrate service awards, retirement recognition via video

TWU's annual celebration of service awards and retirement recognitions has been released on video this year as a result of COVID-19.

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Unapproved retirement vendor soliciting TWU employees

The Office of Human Resources has been made aware that an unapproved retirement vendor is soliciting our faculty and staff via your TWU email. 

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