University News - 06/26/19

The Chancellor's June edition of her Boldly Go e-letter is available online. Check it out to learn more about what is going on at TWU this summer. Reminder: Performance evaluations by first-level

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Denton campus construction creates detours

As construction continues across campus, several road closures are going into effect this week.Pedestrian and vehicle traffic will encounter detours on Bell Avenue for approximately four weeks,

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TWU holds suffrage movement event in Fort Worth

TWU and the Institute for Women's Leadership continued its month-long celebrations commemorating Texas’ ratification of the 19th Amendment at a special reception held Thursday, June 20, at the

James Lytle

James Lytle (business) was a featured expert in a story about credit card use published on Wallethub.com. (06-26-19)

Denton Details - 06/26/19

Philip Yang (sociology) and Marco Mena (PhD student in sociology) recently published “Recent Trends in American Attitudes toward the Level of Immigration” in Ethnic Studies Review. Yang and Jesse

Houston Happenings - 06/26/19

Peggy Landrum (nursing) presented two lectures at the 2nd Annual International Conference in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, May 16-17, during the Vietnam Cultural Immersion Study Abroad program in May. Her

Dallas Digest - 06/26/19

Faculty Ombudsperson Linda Rubin will visit the Dallas campus on Monday, July 1. The Provost’s office on the 2nd floor will serve as her office for the day. Drop by the office or contact her for an

Anderson named co-investigator

Mary Anderson (chemistry and biochemistry) has been named co-investigator on a $65,000 annual grant funded by the Welch Foundation.The Anderson Lab (TWU) will collaborate with the Cundari Group (UNT)

Digital Dexterity achieved!

Congratulations to the individuals who earned certificates of Digital Dexterity at this year's School of Tech. Employees with digital dexterity are collaborative, agile, analytical, innovative and

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TWU faculty, alumni among top nurses in Houston, D/FW

Twenty-five nurses with ties to Texas Woman’s University in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston areas have been recognized for outstanding achievement and beyond-the-call-of-duty service this spring.TWU

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