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Denton Details, 12-12-18
Today is the last day of the
Faculty/Staff Appreciation Sale
at the campus bookstore. Every item in the store (excluding textbooks and food) is 25 percent off. Don’t forget to bring your TWU ID! A
continues through Thursday, Dec. 13 with selected items marked 25 percent off. No ID is required for the Three-Day Sale. These two offers cannot be combined.
Dining Services hours
on campus will change during the break.
See when you can get your grub on
Student Service Fee Advisory Committee
will meet from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 7-9, 2019, in the Regents Board Room, ACT 16, to determine recommendations for the following fiscal year. Departments that receive student services fees will provide a written request for funds, then make a presentation on the department’s role and goals for the next fiscal year. Department unit heads are asked to include their 2019-2020 strategic initiatives and action steps and cite the specific Division of Student Life Strategic Initiatives Goals to which they relate. Presentations will be available via
. Allocation recommendations and the proposed amount of fees for the following year must be approved by the vice president for student life and the chancellor.
Facilities Management & Construction will host a reception for
(mail services), who is retiring after 17 years of service. The event will take place from 3-4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18 in the Stoddard Hall Lobby. Refreshments will be provided.
(nutrition) wrote a manuscript, “A Review of Iodine Status of Women of Reproductive Age in the United States,” that has been accepted for publication in
Biological Trace Element Research
(kinesiology) presented his research, “A Profile of Female Military Wounded Warriors Participating in the 2018 Warrior Games,” co-authored with Jun Oh, at the
Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (TAHPERD) annual conference
Dec. 4-7 in Arlington.
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