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Deadlines set for award nominations

The spring semester is awards season. Faculty, staff and student awards traditionally are presented during TWU’s Homecoming celebration, but the nomination process starts now.
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TWU to host Grammy-nominated performer

“Experience Culture” at the sixth annual Denton Black Film Festival Wednesday, Jan. 22 through Sunday, Jan. 26, with events held throughout the city.
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Faculty presentations highlighted

Texas Woman's University faculty extend the prestige and reputation of the university through their presentations at international, national and regional conferences. Here is a sampling of their recent work.

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In the News: AnaLouise Keating

AnaLouise Keating (multicultural women and gender studies) was interviewed for a shift7 article on Gloria E. Anzaldúa that was published Jan. 19 on the Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls blog.

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In the News: Shannon Mantaro

Shannon Mantaro (Center for Women Entrepreneurs) wrote a column that appeared in the Denton Record-Chronicle and also addressed the newspaper's editorial board.


TWU community mourns loss of Mady Plummer

The TWU community offers its sympathies to the family and friends of Madyson (Mady) Plummer, administrative assistant in the Department of Teacher Education, who passed away Jan. 14, 2020.

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Canvas workshop scheduled in Houston

The Canvas Progress: Measuring Student Learning Outcomes workshop is scheduled from noon to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 22, in room 4115.

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Folk dancing classes held Saturdays

Did you make a New Year’s resolution to try something new? How about folk dancing?

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Drag Show tickets available

The TWU Drag Show: Kings, Queens, and Non-Binary Beings is Wednesday, Feb. 12. Tickets are available now at the Student Union Information Desk on the Denton campus.


Volunteers sought for PCOS research study

Volunteers are needed for a Polycystic Ovary Syndrome research study. The study will test the effect of food supplementation on hormones in women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

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Cesario, student receive grant for SLE study

Sandra Cesario (nursing, Houston) and Jacqueline Broadway-Duren (DNP to PhD bridge student) were awarded a $25,000 grant from The Silver Lining Foundation.


Knee pain sufferers needed for research

Do you have knee pain? Are you between 45-79 years old? If so, sign up for this research study that evaluates watermelon's effects on joint function.

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Endowed scholarship honors Caldwell

To honor the life of a much-loved faculty member of the Department of Dance, the Estate of Dr. Linda Caldwell recently established the Dr. Linda Caldwell Scholarship Endowment in Dance with a gift to the Texas Woman’s University Foundation.


New painting unveiled on Chapel anniversary

Thanks to a donation from former Regent Nancy Painter Paup and her husband, Ted, TWU has a new painting commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Little-Chapel-in-the-Woods.


Nalley honored for alumni excellence

Chancellor’s Alumni Excellence Award honoree E. Ann Nalley, PhD, was celebrated with a reception Tuesday, Oct. 22, in the Ann Stuart Science Center Atrium. Nalley received her doctorate in radiation


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.


Be a Universal Design Champion

Teaching and Learning with Technology has teamed with the Center for Faculty Excellence for The $1,000 Search for a Universal Design Champion.


Changes to Skype for Business dial-in

To better serve the university, IT Solutions is removing the "dial in" option for Skype for Business meetings effective Friday, Nov. 15.


Get started with LinkedIn Learning

Many of you have already activated your LinkedIn Learning account. If you haven’t, get started today!ABOUT LINKEDIN LEARNING LinkedIn Learning offers video tutorials on thousands of topics FREE to all

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Keep safety in mind this spring

Now that the spring semester is underway, TWU Risk Management encourages you to keep safety in mind.


Stay safe during spring storms

Spring has sprung, and storms are popping up everywhere. Do you know what to do? TWU Emergency Management’s Severe Weather Guide provides information and resources to help you weather these spring

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Prepare for March severe weather drills in Denton

To prepare the campus for severe weather, TWU Office of Emergency Management is conducting tornado drills in Denton campus buildings through March 29. Drills should last no more than 20


Electronic 2019 W-2 forms available

The electronic 2019 W-2 forms are now available in Oracle. If you did not consent to receive your W-2 electronically, it will be mailed to your home address by Jan. 31.


HR issues important year-end reminders

As we look forward to winter break, there are some things to keep in mind as the year 2020 approaches.

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Performance Development Goals deadline extended

The deadline for Performance Development Goals for staff employees has been extended to Thursday, Oct. 31.Staff are to develop their individual goals for the 2019-2020 performance review period (June

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