Mandy Stewart

Mandy Stewart (reading) wrote an editorial in the Jan. 26 Dallas Morning News about helping children spot "fake news" by giving them diverse experiences.

Farnoosh Nouri

Farnoosh Nouri (family sciences) was quoted in a Jan. 30 Dallas Child article about communicating with your significant other.

Denton Details, 1-31-18

The university community offers its condolences to the family and friends of Jane Adele Mott, Ph.D., who passed away Jan. 27, 2018 at the age of 98. She was a TWU Cornaro Professor of Physical

Dallas Digest, 1-31-18

Tina Fletcher (occupational therapy) has been published in the Journal of Museum Education. The article, “Can Sensory Gallery Guides for Children with Sensory Processing Challenges Improve Their

Houston Happenings, 1-13-18

Representing TWU Houston, Olinda Johnson(nursing) volunteered at the Houston Food BankSaturday, Jan. 27 to help load 880 boxes of food onto pallets.  Despite the rainy weather, faculty and staff

Don Edwards

Don Edwards (math and computer science) was interviewed for an NBC5 story on TWU's Edible Car Contest.

Application materials available for Summer 2018 Proposal Development Grant Program

Application materials are available for the Proposal Development Grant Program for Summer 2018. Proposals are due Tuesday, March 6. This program provides release time or summer salary to a faculty

Deadline for Graduate Research Associate Award proposals Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

Reminder: Proposals for the Graduate Research Associate Award are due Friday, Feb. 16. The award provides direct financial support to enhance scholarly outcomes for research-active faculty and

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Center for Women in Business launches grant program

Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women in Business (CWB) recently launched a new program that offers $5,000 grants to women-owned business in Texas. The Women’s Enterprise Training and Micro

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Chemistry program earns national recognition

Over the past decade, Texas Woman’s University students in chemistry and biochemistry have turned aluminum cans into Play-Doh, sampled and analyzed water quality in the Trinity River watershed, and

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