People in the News
Denton Details, 09-12-18
Faculty/staff head shots
are scheduled from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. today, Wednesday, Sept. 12, and 1-5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13. All photo sessions will take place in the second-floor lobby of the ACT building. No appointment is necessary. If you’re in need of an official university head shot, here’s your opportunity!
Check out the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods feature in the Sept. 9
Landmarks & Legacies
column in the
. The column is part of a monthly series exploring the history behind some of Denton’s landmark buildings.
The Graduate School will host a garden party in honor of
, who is retiring after 28 years of service. The campus community is invited to attend the event, scheduled 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, in ACT 225, with a brief program beginning at 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
, new advisor for
. Alderman is a graduate of the journalism program at Texas A&M University-Commerce and a former reporter for Herald-Banner Publications. Alderman does have a tie to TWU: His wife, Meagan, is an alumna of TWU’s library and information science program.
Faculty members in Reading have hit some high marks in the area of literacy.
’s article, “As Easy as ABC? Teaching and Learning about Letters in Early Literacy,” has been accepted to
The Reading Teacher
, the premier international journal for literacy practitioners
and fellow Reading faculty members
, will take over the editorship of the
Texas Association of Literacy Educators
state journal on Oct. 1.
(teacher education), who was selected as a recipient of the
JCEL Reviewer of the Year Award
Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership
(history and government) presented a paper, “Flesh of the Same Flesh: A Study of Voters of the Alternative for Germany (AFD) in the 2017 German Federal Election” at the annual
American Political Science Association
meeting Aug. 30-Sept. 2 in Boston.
Mobile mammography clinic slated on Denton campus
COPE Clothing Closet schedules drive
Boo at the U needs candy, volunteers
COPE announces speaker series
Fall 2021 course evaluations open