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Bookstore hours change due to COVID-19

The store will remain open limited hours, but offers a host of online options.

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Hood takes part in online art conference

Emily Hood (visual arts) is part of “Call to Art: An Un-Conference for Art Educators,” an online art teacher conference.

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Galluzzi's work included in art exhibition

Work by Anna Galluzzi (visual arts GTA) is part of Five-Minute Tours: Rising Eyes of Texas 2020 exhibit at the Rockport Center for the Arts.


DCTA to implement service reductions

The Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) will reduce service hours and frequency effective Monday, March 23, in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency.

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Housing staff recognized for contributions

Several members of TWU Housing & Dining were recognized for their contributions to the department and the campus community during the Southwest Association of College & University Housing Officers 2020 Conference Feb. 23-26 in Sugar Land.


TWU places second at Student Bowl Competition

Students and faculty were awarded as two teams of kinesiology students represented TWU in the Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Student Bowl Competition.

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Cottrell, Mancuso among nursing excellence honorees

Kudos to Damon Cottrell and Peggy Mancuso, who were among the recipients of D Magazine’s Excellence in Nursing Awards in the education/research category.

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Kim elected president of Korean American Coalition chapter

Samuel Y. Kim (psychology) recently was elected president of the Korean American Coalition-DFW Chapter, which works to engage Korean Americans in civic activities.

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Cruz honored at Winter Roundtable

Carmen Cruz (Counseling and Psychological Services) received the Janet E. Helms Award at the 37th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable.

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Instructors needed for first-year seminar

Instructors are needed for UNIV 1231, TWU’s first-year seminar that provides an opportunity for students to identify their individual learning styles and develop the skills necessary to learn and succeed in their academic program.

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