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New center benefits students, university

The Digital Engagement Center on TWU’s Denton campus is providing jobs for students and also benefiting the university in fundraising and recruitment.
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TWU Libraries to host 'Read Across Texas' discussions

The focus of this year’s event is recovery, an intentionally broad topic that allows groups to explore unique questions and challenges during a period of extreme difficulties, isolation and loss.

Graduate assistants selected for Schweitzer Fellowships

Paloma Silva and Tamara Starling are two of 13 students across North Texas selected for the program, in which graduate and medical students create innovative programs fulfilling unmet health and wellbeing needs within Dallas-Fort Worth communities.

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote a column, “Why you should be friendly with your business competitors,” that was published in the June 15 Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Carlotta Corpron

Carlotta Corpron, a member of TWU’s visual arts faculty from 1935 to 1968, was mentioned in an article in Les Ourses à plumes (The Feathered Bears), a feminist webzine.

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CWE awards grants to 27 female veterans

The Center for Women Entrepreneurs at TWU has selected 27 female veterans in Texas to receive awards valued between $1,000 and $10,000 through its inaugural Veteran Woman Entrepreneur Grant program.

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Texas Woman's takes gold, silver in CASE awards

Winners were selected based on several factors, including overall quality, innovation, use of resources and the impact on the institution or its external and internal communities.

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In the News: TWU System featured in Inside Higher Ed story

Chancellor Carine Feyten was quoted in “Texas gets 7th Public University System,” a story in the June 11 issue of Inside Higher Education.

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Vote for the Little Chapel in 'Best of Denton'

Help TWU's Little Chapel-in-the-Woods win the "Wedding & Event Venue" category in the 2021 Best of Denton readers' choice awards.

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CRDA to host 'How to SPSS' webinar

The June 24 webinar will provide helpful tips and directions related to SPSS questions regarding data entry, data cleaning, testing of assumptions, coding, and analysis.

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CRDA to host 'Intro to R' webinar

The Center for Research Design & Analysis will present an "Intro to R" webinar 10-11:30 a.m., Friday, May 21, via Zoom.

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Webinar provides roadmap to grant processes

The Center for Research Design & Analysis will present a “Grant Processes for Beginners” webinar Tuesday, April 6, via Zoom.


Get connected with Pioneer Network

Pioneer Network is an online community where TWU alumni, students, faculty, staff and supporters can connect.


Scholarship endowment to support music students

The Lanelle Blanton Music Scholarship Endowment, to be available for award in fall 2022, will assist future music students in achieving their educational dreams.


Business Navigators establishes new scholarship endowment for TWU College of Business

This new scholarship, which will be available for award in 2022-23, will provide funding for a student pursuing a degree in business.


RingCentral coming to Denton campus

Now that the transition is complete on the Dallas and Houston campuses, the focus turns to Denton. A "sneak peek" webinar is scheduled May 19.


Information Security Awareness Training deadline draws near

All TWU employees who use computing resources for at least 25% of their job must complete state-mandated information security awareness training by June 14, 2021.

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E-Waste Roundup results are in

Waste including toxic metals and arsenic was diverted from landfills during the TWU Earth Week event.

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Risk Management hires students as public health ambassadors

The Department of Risk Management, in collaboration with the Department of Student Life, recently hired student employees to serve as public health ambassadors on the Denton campus.

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Know what to do before severe weather hits

As the Texas Gulf Coast braces for Hurricane Laura, the importance of being “weather aware” grows stronger.

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Keep safety in mind this semester

As the fall 2020 semester gets underway, there are a few things to keep in mind.

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Alternative work arrangements available for staff

In anticipation of TWU employees returning to work on their respective campuses Aug. 9, human resources officials have developed a policy to assist departments in developing alternative work arrangements for staff.

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Annual benefits enrollment begins soon

Benefits-eligible employees will have the opportunity to enroll in new benefits programs or change current coverage for themselves and/or their eligible dependents during this period.


New sick leave policy allows donations to colleagues

A new university policy allows eligible Texas Woman’s employees to donate their sick leave hours to a TWU colleague who has exhausted their own sick leave accruals.

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