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Denton Details, 08-21-19
Facilities Management will host a retirement reception for
Jerry Don “JD” Sprayberry
2-3 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 29, in the second-floor lobby of ACT. Sprayberry is retiring after 35 years of service to TWU.
Reminder: The TWU community is invited to the
opening of Parliament Village
, including Mary’s Hall, 9 a.m., Friday, Aug. 23.
Dining hours have changed due to residence hall move-in, so check
to see when you can get your grub on this week. Regular hours of operation begin Monday, Aug. 26.
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) parking permits
will be available in the DSS office (CFO 106) Tuesday, Aug. 27, and Wednesday, Aug. 28, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. You will need a copy of your VTR-214 from the DMV for verification. Visit the
for more information.
(multicultural women’s and gender studies) will be the Nov. 20 guest speaker for a
new lecture series
begun by the Resource Center and The Dallas Way as part of their efforts to preserve LGBT history in North Texas.
(fitness & recreation) and
(CARE), who are among the newest members of
Sociology faculty, students and alumni made a strong presence at the
American Sociological Association
annual meeting Aug. 10-13 in New York City. In all, nine papers authored by current TWU faculty and students were presented at the meeting. Authors were
. The association’s Animals and Society Section presented this year’s Distinguished Scholarship Award to TWU alumna Andrea Laurent-Simpson. Other alumni attending including Maggie Bohm-Jordan, Nina Michalikova and Mehmet Soyer.
Ceremonies to mark service, retirements
Volunteers needed for Denton commencement
Miketinas named finalist in ASN competition
Join TWU Athletics for Maroon & White Luncheon
TBFSA to present 'Power in numbers' panel discussion