Campus parking permits go on sale Monday, Aug. 2

Many TWU employs will return to their respective campuses after more than a year of working from home. They'll need a place to park.
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COPE faculty train others in handling difficult talks

Crucial Conversations training teaches ways of dealing with confrontations, difficult situations and difficult people more effectively.
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In the News: Kimberly Russell

Kimberly Russell (university advancement, Denton) was quoted in a July 23 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “So how do I get a school named after me?”

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In the News: Mahesh Raisinghani

Mahesh (Michael) Raisinghani (business, Denton) wrote a guest column, "Navigating business in the post-pandemic recovery using FinTechs," that was published in New Orleans CityBusiness on July 23.

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote two columns recently published in the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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Volunteers needed for move-in, opening of fall

University Housing & Dining needs your help with several Denton campus events designed to kick off the academic year.

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In-person sessions return to symposium

Less than three weeks remain until the 16th Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium.


TWU Denton vaccination clinic scheduled

Both the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and the meningitis vaccine will be available. You can get both vaccines during the same visit.

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Welcome Week activities slated

Mark your calendars! Welcome Week is coming Aug. 16-20.

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CRDA to present 'Rigor in Qualitative Research' webinar

The July 27 webinar will describe the major components of rigor in qualitative research and how to apply them to research studies to increase trustworthiness of data collection, analysis and interpretation.

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Volunteers sought for knee pain study

Researchers with the TWU Department of Nutrition & Food Sciences are seeking volunteers for a four-month study on the beneficial effect of watermelon in improving joint function and reducing pain associated with knee osteoarthritis.

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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.


Alumni invited to Third Thursday in Dallas

The Office of Alumni Engagement’s Third Thursday will return – in person – in August.


Scholarship created in honor of Wittmis

The Julie List Wittmis Annual Scholarship will help to provide another source of funding for the students she devoted her work to help.

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July TESSTalk to highlight alumna's journey as scenic artist

Alumna Christina Williams, BA ’06, MA ’08, will discuss the impact Texas Woman's had on her academic journey and career as a scenic artist in the entertainment industry.

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Information Security Training moving to Bridge

Information Security Training is moving to Bridge, the university’s new employee learning system. What does this mean for you?


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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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.


Performance evaluation process begins

The deadline for staff employees to enter their self-appraisals has passed; now it’s time for the performance evaluation.


EAP a resource for personal, work-related concerns

All benefits-eligible faculty and staff have access to the services of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Alliance Work Partners at no cost to the employee, employee’s spouse, or employee’s family members.

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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.

Wellness with Pioneers
Online Walk in Wednesday - Houston
Give a Hoot About Health
SLIS Virtual Open House
SLIS New Student Online Orientation Webinar