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TWU to hold drive-thru commencement events

University officials have announced combined events for May, August and December 2020 graduates.

Biology lab granted patent for anti-cancer compounds

Michael Bergel led the team that has been issued a patent for three compounds that may prevent the growth of human breast, lung and colon cancer cells.
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In the News: Katherine Landdeck

Kate Landdeck (history) was featured on an Oct. 21 “Stuff You Missed in History Class” podcast, which averages about 1 million listeners per episode.

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Phillips-Cunningham wins NWSA book award

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (multicultural women's and gender studies) is the recipient of the 2020 National Women's Studies Association's Sara A. Whaley Book Prize Award for studies about women and labor.


In the News: Patrick Bynane, Hannah Fuller, Zareen Afzaal

Patrick Bynane (theatre) and theatre students Hannah Fuller and Zareen Afzaal were interviewed for an Oct. 16 CBS 11 story on the department’s CarPark Sonnets production.


Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic opens to clients

The Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic (WAAC) is now open to clients for initial evaluation or re-evaluation for possible autism spectrum disorders.

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Nominations sought for Outstanding Student Award

The TWU Alumni Association is accepting nominations for the 2020-2021 Outstanding Student Award.

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Free COVD-19 testing on Denton campus

Testing is available for any TWU employee or student who has been near COVID-19 patients or is worried about having contracted COVID-19.


Agencies offer free rides to the polls

Exercise your right to vote in the upcoming election and get a free ride to the polls with the DCTA, DART and Houston METRO.

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TARGET (Equipment) Program applications open

The program provides a mechanism for researchers at TWU to obtain research equipment, or faculty at TWU to obtain equipment to enhance teaching and learning.

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Institutional Review Board workshops continue

The TWU Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) will conduct a series of workshops throughout the academic year. Each workshop in the series will focus on a different topic related to the IRB process and requirements.

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Volunteers sought for meat flavor perception project

Joanna Sissons, a graduate student in the TWU Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences, is seeking volunteers for her thesis project involving the enhancement of meat flavor and meat flavor perception.


New nursing scholarship honors two-time alumna

The Ann E. Lucia, Ph.D. Memorial Scholarship Endowment in Nursing will assist nursing majors at TWU, with a preference given to students living with a physical disability.


Join Alumni Engagement for the next TESSTalk

TESSTalks is a monthly speaker series featuring TWU alumni and faculty who will share their perspective on leadership, professional journeys and personal adventures.


Maroon & FRIGHT offers spooky fun for alumni

Get spooky with your fellow alumni for an evening of Halloween-themed fun.


Turn cybersecurity tricks into treats

TWU Information Security is hosting a free virtual trivia game, and first place receives an Amazon Fire TV Stick.


Don't get phished!

When should I click on links in an email? Why does this email look suspicious even though it says it was sent by a colleague? Find the answers to these questions and more during Don't Get Phished!


Stay safe online and win

Have fun and get rewarded for being cybersecurity aware this month.

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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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ERS conducting series of self-care webinars

The Employee Retirement System of Texas (ERS) is conducting a series of webinars throughout the fall semester focused on self-care.

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Individual Goal Development process begins

Now that staff performance evaluations are completed, it’s time for individual goal development for the 2020-2021 performance review period.

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EAP provides web-based trainings

The Office of Human Resources, in coordination with our Employee Assistance Program (EAP), is offering three live web-based training programs this fall to TWU employees in an effort to provide valuable tools to manage workplace stress, find balance, and strengthen personal and professional resilience.