Denton Details, 05-15-19

  • Shuttle service to the North Remote Parking Lot, located at Frame and University streets, continues this summer with shuttles running 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Shuttle service to the Denton Bible Church parking lot is suspended through summer and will begin again in the Fall 2019 semester. No decals are required for parking in the North Remote Parking Lot this summer. Parking permits are required for parking on campus. Discounted permits are available on the TWU Department of Public Safety website.
  • The TWU Department of psychology and philosophy has a strong connection to the recently published revised American Psychological Association Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women. Faculty member Debra Mollen co-chaired the working group, which consisted of more than 40 contributors, including several alumni of the TWU counseling psychology program: Dena Abbott, Sonia Carrizales, Justine Kallaugher, Jennifer Mootz, Noelany Pelc, Angela Salzmann, Lauren Woolley, Sapna Patel and Natasha Shukla. TWU Professor Emerita Roberta Nutt was a co-chair on the original guidelines published in 2007.
  • Congratulations to Paul David Thomas (music), who placed second in The American Prize in Composition in the choral music division (octavos).
  • Jasmine Ward (health promotion and kinesiology) will speak at the June 14 commencement ceremony for the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University.
  • Stacy Greathouse (Teaching and Learning with Technology) had her article, “Footnote, Endnote, Thank-you Notes” published in the May 13 issue of Faculty Focus.
  • TWU faculty and staff are invited to a private screening of Mack Minded on Monday, May 20, in the MCL Auditorium. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with the screening starting at 6 p.m., followed by a reception. RSVP to Patrice Frisby by Thursday, May 16, at