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Torres named new chief information officer

Henry G. Torres, PhD, has been appointed as TWU's new chief information officer (CIO), beginning July 8.
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Myers makes $2 million gift to Stroke Center

Dallas businessman and philanthropist Mike A. Myers has given a $2 million gift to Texas Woman’s stroke center.
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Fredrickson named to board of directors

Rebecca R. Fredrickson, EdD (Professor, Curriculum & Instruction) has been selected to the Board of Directors of the Association of Teacher Educators.

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Dunlap, Hurlbut earn certified educator designation

Karen Dunlap, EdD and Amanda Hurlbut, PhD earned the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Certified Educator designation.

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In the News: Jyutika Mehta

FOX 4’s morning show included a segment with Stroke Center Director Jyutika Mehta, PhD.

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Torres named new chief information officer

Henry G. Torres, PhD, has been appointed as TWU's new chief information officer (CIO), beginning July 8.

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Myers makes $2 million gift to Stroke Center

Dallas businessman and philanthropist Mike A. Myers has given a $2 million gift to Texas Woman’s stroke center.

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Texas high school grad surprised with TWU’s biggest scholarship

I’Tasia Rainge was awarded Texas Woman’s Chancellor’s Endowed Scholarship — the university’s most coveted and the one with the largest monetary value.

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Ingram earns NCAA commemorative scholarship

TWU basketball's Ashley Ingram was named the Lone Star Conference's receipient of the NCAA's 50th Anniversary Scholarship.

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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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Distinguished alumna honors sister with scholarship endowment

The Dr. Helen J. Ridgway and Dr. Mary E. Ridgway Scholarship Endowment was created by alumna Mary E. Ridgway, PhD ’71, ’74.

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Littenberg establishes scholarship for TWU students

Linda Winter Littenberg ’78 has established a scholarship to assist Texas Woman’s University students who have already completed 60 hours of coursework.

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Alumna establishes scholarship for COPE students

Distinguished Professor Emerita Karen L. Peterson, PhD ’73, ’74 has spent her career studying the widespread presence of stress and the impact it has on children.

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IT Solutions hosts AI "Playshop"

Join IT Solutions for an interactive, flipped classroom workshop from 1-2:30 p.m. on May 23 via Zoom.

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ITS training on demand in bridge

The ITS outreach and engagement team has developed content in Bridge to meet your learning needs.

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E-Waste Roundup results are in

TWU faculty, staff, students, and community members came together to divert 2,180 pounds of electronic waste (e-waste) from landfills.

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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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