Accolades Awards Luncheon honors alumni, students

The annual Accolades Awards Luncheon took place Friday, April 20. TWU and the TWU Alumni Association recognized the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award honorees, Deborah Brown and Dr. Vicki Tigert Davis,

Holly Hansen-Thomas, Sandra Zarate

Holly Hansen-Thomas (teacher education) and graduate student Sandra Zarate were interviewed for a story on Texas Woman’s PIONERAS program in the April issue of Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.

Tina Fletcher

Tina Fletcher (Occupational Therapy, Dallas) wrote an article published in the April 23, 2018 issue of OT Practice magazine. The story "Contributing to Sensory-Friendly Events from A to Z" focuses on

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Celebrate Earth Day at TWU

Texas Woman's University has a couple of Earth Day-related events this week.Celebrate Earth Day with an all plant-based lunch in the Underground, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 for $7.58 per


LeMieux brings the world to her classroom

You might have trouble finding caterpillars, termites and fermented milk on store shelves in Texas, but, as a Texas Woman’s University global perspectives class recently learned, these are staples in

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Gymnastics championship banner presentation scheduled Monday

Texas Woman’s University will celebrate its 11th USA Gymnastics Collegiate National title with the presentation of the championship banner from 3-4 p.m. Monday, April 30 in the Kitty Magee Arena of

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TWU seeks women veterans

Calling all TWU women veterans! The Texas Legislature has declared June 12, 2018 as the first Women Veterans Day. This special day marks the 70th anniversary of the Women’s Armed Service Integration

Grant aimed at educating rural librarians

Ling Hwey Jeng (School of Library and Information Studies) has been awarded $500,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program for a three-year

TEA grant focuses on rural school districts

Gina Anderson (College of Professional Education) was awarded a $100,000 grant from the Texas Education Agency. The grant focuses on developing well qualified teaching candidates through a yearlong

Keating awarded grant

AnaLouise Keating (multicultural women's & gender studies) was awarded $5,000 from the American Council of Learned Societies for her project, Bridges, Borderlands, Nepantlas: Gloria Anzaldúa’s

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