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'Tis the season: Plan ahead for winter weather

Whether you’re staying in Texas for your winter break or traveling, there are plenty of ways to stay prepared for the winter weather.

TWU developing pilot training program

The aviation industry is facing a severe staffing shortage. TWU is working to address that need.
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Mbango receives nurse educator award

Catherine Mbango (Nursing, Houston) received the nurse educator award at the Celebrate Oncology Nurses event.

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In the News: Christian Hart

Christian Hart (Psychology, Denton) was quoted in a Nov. 29 New York Times story, “Can This Man Stop Lying?”.


Faculty/staff presentations highlighted — September-December 2022

A sampling of faculty and staff presentations at international, national, and regional conferences.

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DSS needs volunteers to support students

Disability Services for Students (DSS) is looking for volunteers to provide support for students during finals week, Dec. 12-15.


Fashion students create clothing for homeless men

Fashion Design and Merchandising lecturer Remy Odukomaiya and the students in her Mass Production Techniques class designed and produced clothing for homeless men.


Mural in Union celebrates Texas Woman's

A mural in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall will be painted over at some point. See it while you can.

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Texas Woman's is all-in for student voting

ALL IN Democracy Challenge has named its 2022 Most Engaged Campuses for College Student Voting, and Texas Woman’s made the list!

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CRDA gains access to 'gold standard' platform

Texas Woman’s now has access to Qualtrics, the online platform that is considered by many the gold standard for survey data analysis.

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Volunteers sought for nutrition studies

Would you like to contribute to Texas Woman’s research? Your participation could play a critical role, and you could even win a prize!

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CRDA to host Research Week

TWU’s Center for Research Design & Analysis (CRDA) will host Research Week Oct. 17-21.

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Join Alumni at Third Thursday in Richardson

Alumni, fans and friends are invited to the upcoming Third Thursday at Lockwood Distillery in Richardson.

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November TESSTalk to feature Kimberly Johnson

Join the Office of Alumni Engagement at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 1, for the next installment of the TESSTalk series.

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Events to honor Phyllis Bridges

Family, friends and colleagues are invited to attend a series of events held in remembrance of Phyllis J. Bridges, PhD, a Cornaro Professor of English, administrator and university historian who served Texas Woman’s University for 50 years.

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Save the date for 'Ask the Experts'

Learn about critical Texas Woman’s systems and processes in sessions offered Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2023.

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Oracle Cloud (ERP) project updates

As the university looks to the future, we want to streamline services and solutions wherever possible while shrinking actual costs and costs of ownership.

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month roundup

IT Solutions hosted a month full of cybersecurity awareness activities during October. Pioneers learned more about cybersecurity, spread campaign awareness, and participated in this year’s events.

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'Tis the season: Plan ahead for winter weather

Whether you’re staying in Texas for your winter break or traveling, there are plenty of ways to stay prepared for the winter weather.


Prevent food poisoning at holiday gatherings

Food poisoning sends 128,000 Americans to the hospital each year. You can help keep your coworkers, family, and friends safe from food poisoning by following four simple steps.

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Fire drills to test emergency readiness

Environmental Health and Safety will conduct mandatory fire drills on all campuses over the next two weeks to assess TWU’s emergency readiness.

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Important reminders for end of year

In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, there are some things to keep in mind for the year’s end.

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Staff performance and development goals due Oct. 31

If you haven’t already done so, enter your individual goals for the 2022/2023 performance review period (June 1, 2022-May 31, 2023).

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Performance goals development process begins for 2022-2023

Now that staff performance evaluations are done, it’s time to look ahead to goals for the 2022-2023 performance review period (June 1, 2022-May 31, 2023).

Coffee Stop at Fit & Rec
Finals PAWTY Pet Therapy visit
DIY Tea Bar
TWU Dallas Physical Therapy Research Conference
Leadership Competencies 101