Houston Happenings, 6-12-19

Nursing faculty and students conducted lectures, workshops and PICO (Patient/Problem, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome) presentations at the 2nd Annual International Conference May 16-17 in Ho Chi

Houston Happenings 5-29-19

Wayne Brewer (physical therapy) and TWU doctoral student Allison Butcher contributed to the study titled “Youth physical health and years in American homeschools: are they related?,” published in the

Houston Happenings, 5-15-19

Theresa Smith (occupational therapy) co-authored “Measurement Validity of the Low Vision Independence Measure,” published in the May issue of the American Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Houston Happenings, 5-8-19

Congratulations to Joan Edwards (nursing) on receiving the 2019 Distinguished Professional Service Award from AWHONN (the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses), the

Houston Happenings, 5-1-19

Reminder: the 2019 Service Awards & Retirement Recognition ceremony will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, in room 211/2120. See who’s being honored. Faculty and staff can get stressed over final exams,

Houston Happenings 4-24-19

TWU’s Food Scholarship Program, a partnership between TWU and the Houston Food Bank, was featured at the organization’s 19th Annual Chef’s Dinner April 17. A video highlighting faculty member Carolyn

Houston Happenings, 4-17-19

Faculty Ombudsperson Linda Rubin will visit the Houston campus Thursday, April 18, and Friday, April 19. The Harper Room on the 10th floor will serve as her office. Feel free to drop by or contact

Houston Happenings, 4-10-19

Rupal M. Patel (physical therapy) led a group of 12 Houston physical therapy alumni and current DPT and PhD students during the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) Federal Advocacy Forum

Houston Happenings, 4-3-19

Melissa Rodriguez (admissions) co-presented at the Texas Association for College Admissions Counseling Annual Conference, held March 24-26 in Addison. Her session was titled “Time and Where to Find

Houston Happenings, 3-27-19

Wyona Freysteinson (nursing, Houston) and Jo-Ann Stankus (nursing, Denton) co-authored “The language of scholarship: How to write an abstract that tells a compelling story” published in The Journal

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