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Denton Details, 06-12-19
TWU Athletics invites you to the
TWU Athletics Pioneer Invitational
Thursday, June 27, at the Golf Club at Champions Circle, 15801 Championship Pkwy, Fort Worth. Shotgun start is at 9 a.m. Cost is $100 per golfer, and a complimentary lunch is provided.
Registration and more information
is available through TWU Athletics.
(business) was invited to serve on the
Society for Information Management
(SIM) Academic Council and contributed to the SIM Academic Workshop and the Academic-Practitioner Dialogue session at the Society for Information Management Connect Live, held May 15-17 in Orlando, Florida.
(business, adjunct) co-authored “
Olympics Duality: Theories, Practices, and Challenges in Multi-Sport Event Preparation
,” recently published by American Press. This is the only book that details how to prepare for a multi-sport event from a participating delegation’s perspective, using the U.S. Olympic Committee as a primary example.
(dance) contributed a chapter to the book, “
Dance Education and Responsible Citizenship: Promoting Civic Engagement through Effective Dance Pedagogies
(sociology) co-authored “What the Group Threat Hypothesis Suggests about States’ Medicaid Spending,” to be published in a forthcoming issue of the
Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
(sociology, adjunct) published “
Heath Insurance Coverage Before and After the Affordable Care Act
” in the June 10 issue of
(teacher education) co-wrote an article, “
To Teach to the Test or Not
,” published June 5 in
has joined TWU as the gallery curator for the Institute for Women’s Leadership’s upcoming digital history exhibit on the contributions and leadership legacy of Texas women in politics and public policy, which will be located in the Old Main Building. Prior to TWU, Neucere served as exhibits and collections manager at the Museum of the Coastal Bend.
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COVID-19 booster shots available on Denton campus
Political science class creates voter guide
College of Nursing website gets new look
OT co-hosts Professional Reasoning Colloquium