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Bezos Academy groundbreaking set for April 25

Chancellor Feyten announced the groundbreaking for the Denton campus Bezos Academy will take place at 11 a.m. on April 25 at 1820 Frame Street.
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BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates history

The latest issue of Chancellor Carine Feyten’s BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates the historic run for the Texas Woman's University basketball team.
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Fesler appointed to Board of Directors 

Sheranda Fesler, PhD, was appointed to the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ) Board of Directors.

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Faculty accompanies undergraduate students at conference

Diana Elrod, PhD, Kristine Morris, PhD, and Jennifer Wilson, PhD accompanied 18 TWU undergraduate students to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

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National group recognizes OT program director

A national organization representing occupational therapists has recognized the director of  Texas Woman’s School of Occupational Therapy and four of its alumni. 

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Bezos Academy groundbreaking set for April 25

Chancellor Feyten announced the groundbreaking for the Denton campus Bezos Academy will take place at 11 a.m. on April 25 at 1820 Frame Street.

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BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates history

The latest issue of Chancellor Carine Feyten’s BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates the historic run for the Texas Woman's University basketball team.

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TWU faculty, staff to share immigration stories

Texas Woman's University is hosting a forum on immigration.

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TWU CAPS releases new podcast episode, blog

TWU CAPS has a new podcast episode and blog in its "When Life Feels Messy" series.

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TWU joining race to return to the moon

The next time an American sets foot on the moon, Texas Woman's University will play a role in the journey.

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PT researchers studying treatments for post-stroke fatigue

Associate Professor Hui-Ting Goh and Professor Emeritus Elaine Jackson have been awarded a $372,870 three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund their project, "Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Post-Stroke Fatigue."

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Project INDEX expands reach of research

By joining Project INDEX, your publications will have an expanded reach and increased citation rates.

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TWU Foundation Board raises travel funds for basketball championship

The TWU Foundation Board recently united to support the Pioneer basketball team on its historic trip to the NCAA Division II national championship game.

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Texas Woman’s Magazine releases Spring 2024 issue

The latest issue of the award-winning Texas Woman’s Magazine is now available.

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Alumna’s gift inspires generations of student-athletes

The Agnes C. Talley Athletes Endowed Scholarship ensured generations of Pioneers would have the funding support to compete as well as inspire future women athletes.

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Information Security training notifications coming soon

TWU employees, student workers, and contractors with system access are required by the State of Texas to take a short online course.

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TWU exchange email moving to the cloud

TWU Exchange email is moving to the cloud, and here is everything you need to know moving forward.

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E-Waste Roundup slated for April 25

On April 25, IT Solutions will host Computer Crusher, a local electronic waste (e-waste) recycler, to accept e-waste donations from the TWU Community.

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EH&S identifies out-of-compliance items

TWU's Environmental Health & Safety team identified key items across campus that are commonly out of compliance.

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CampusOptics puts information at your fingertips

The platform's features aims to keep Pioneers safe and informed.

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Steps to address environmental concerns

When environmental issues such as air quality or moisture concerns arise in TWU buildings, Facilities Management works to address the issue as quickly as possible.

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Performance evaluation meetings due Nov. 3

Performance evaluations are underway and meetings should occur by Nov. 3, 2023, for the June 1, 2022 – Aug. 31, 2023 review period.

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Performance evaluations due Oct. 16

If you haven’t submitted your staff self-appraisal, you should do so as soon as possible.

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Staff self-appraisals due Sept. 29

It’s time to put your best foot forward: The Self-Appraisal and Performance Evaluation process has begun.

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