Denton Details, 1-17-18

  • Claudette Fette (occupational therapy) has been selected to receive the Community Health Champion award by the Denton Community Health Clinic, Inc., for her work with the Able Disabled program for the past 3 1/2 years. The award will be presented at the organization's gala February 9. 
  • Nikkole Davis joined TWU as the Director of Academic Advising on January 16. Davis brings more than 20 years of experience working in higher education, most recently working at Mitchell Community College in North Carolina. Davis holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Winthrop University, a Master of Education degree from the University of Georgia, and a doctorate from Northeastern University.
  • Under the leadership of Michael Raisinghani(MBA program), MBA student Marsha Suazo-Gabriel, along with her teammates from other universities, was selected as a top 25 best team in the 2017-2 round of the X-Culture competition. More than 5,000 students participated in the competition. 
  • The Community Dance Center at TWU, a dance studio for Denton community members (ages toddler to adult), offers tap, creative movement, "parent and me" classes, ballet, modern, and hip-hop classes. Faculty and staff can receive $10 off classes by using the code Spring10 when registering at
  • Hey, staff members! Want a mid-day break from work? Join other staff members on a walk around campus. Contact Scott Martin to be notified of upcoming walks.
  • Did you know the Woodcock Institute Clinic is providing assessments for six to eight families per semester? Doctoral students in TWU's psychology program, under direct supervision of a licensed psychologist, assess areas of concern or interest, including autism, learning disabilities, social emotional development and gifted and talented evaluations. Fees for services are based on a sliding scale. If you know a family that may be interested in these services provided through the Woodcock Institute Clinic, please contact Interim Clinic Director Dr. Wendi Johnson.