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Help ease students' financial burden

Contributions to the Student Emergency Fund will help ease the financial burden students are experiencing due to COVID-19.

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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In the News: Rosalie Mainous

Rosalie Mainous (nursing) was interviewed for a March 23 NBC5 story on Gov. Greg Abbott waiving regulations in order to add more nurses to the workforce.

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In the News: Joni Jensen

Joni Jensen (music) and the TWU Concert Choir received high praise in a March 21 TheatreJones review.

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In the News: Jessica Gullion

Jessica Gullion (Arts & Sciences) was quoted in a March 11 Texas Tribune story, “Texas’ first case of possible community spread of coronavirus highlights lack of testing.”

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Bookstore hours change due to COVID-19

The store will remain open limited hours, but offers a host of online options.

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Library services move online

Effective March 24, the TWU Libraries have closed their doors, but continue to offer services online.

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Chancellor's March 2020 newsletter online

Chancellor Carine Feyten writes about the impact of COVID-19 in her BOLDLY GO newsletter.


University Committees Interest Survey opens

Express your interest in serving on 2020-2021 academic year committees by completing a University Committees Interest Survey by Friday, April 3.


$2M STEM grant awarded

A TWU team has been awarded a $2M+ grant fromthe National Science Foundation for a new initiative: Partnerships, Research, Innovation, Mentoring and Engagement (TWU-PRIME)


CRDA services continue

CRDA will provide support remotely, with virtual meetings. They'll continue to support statistical analyses and research design.


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.


Homecoming 2020 Canceled

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


TWU alumni invited to Brunch & Learn

TWU Alumni Engagement has launched a new series of events for alumni. TWU’s Brunch & Learn engages alumni who graduated from TWU in 1982 and earlier.


Alumni newsletter wins CASE accolade

The TWU Alumni Connection has been named as a CASE District IV Accolades winner in the category of Newsletters/Tabloids/Newspapers.


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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Do you 2-Step?

Why 2-Step?2-Step verification provides an added layer of security to your account.How do I 2-Step?Use your phone to send a code by text, voice call, or mobile app. Where can I 2-Step? If you use VPN,

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Email: Keep it professional

There are valid and pretty important reasons to keep your personal email and files completely separate from your professional email and files.

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TLT expands Academic Success Lecture agenda

By popular request, Teaching and Learning with Technology will expand this year's Academic Success Lecture agenda.

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Coronavirus update

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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A message about coronavirus

TWU Student Health Services and TWU Emergency Management are closely monitoring the emerging facts about the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China.

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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.

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Coronavirus: Payroll & Benefits resources, FAQs

TWU Human Resources offers a collection of resources that may be helpful if TWU employees become affected by the coronavirus, or TWU decides to modify operations in light of guidance from health officials.

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BCBS Starting Strong presentation set

Angie Lederer will present the Blue Cross Blue Shield Starting Strong presentation from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, Feb 13, in the Human Resources Conference Room on the Denton campus.


Workers Compensation health care network changing

The Texas Legislature and SORM require TWU to provide new network notification materials to all employees and obtain a signed acknowledgement form from each employee, including faculty, staff, adjuncts and student employees.

Job Search Strategies
Virtual Internships Roundtable: Helping Professions & Social Services
MBA & MHA Virtual Info Session
Canvas Open Lab Online
Canvas Open Lab Online