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Denton Details, 12-5-17
The TWU National Retail Federation (NRF) student chapter’s coat drive
has been extended through Monday, Dec. 10
. The chapter, sponsored by the fashion and textiles program, is collecting new or gently used clean coats, jackets and hoodies for girls, boys, women and men. All items collected will be distributed free to individuals and families in need through area charitable organizations. Bring your items to the donation bins on the fourth floor of the Old Main Building.
, retired professor of dance, received a posthumous
Texas Dance Heritage Award
from the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance at its Nov. 30 convention in Galveston.
TWU Technology will host a combination retirement/farewell reception for
from 2-3:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17 in Blagg-Huey Library 101. Remarks begin at 2:30 p.m.
, a technology service desk analyst, is retiring after 20 years of service with the State of Texas, the last 12 of which have been spent at TWU.
is leaving TWU after 11 years of service in progressively responsible roles, most recently as director of technology infrastructure.
(business) has signed a contract to publish two textbooks with FlatWorld Publishing.
Mastering Human Resource Management
will be published in 2020, and
Principles of Talent Development
will be published in 2021.
Mahesh S. Raisinghani
(business) has a chapter titled "IT Governance or IT Outsourcing: Is There A Clear Winner?" accepted for publication in
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Information Systems and Software Engineering
, IGI Global Publishing (forthcoming 2019).
(sociology) co-presented three papers at the
American Public Health Association
annual meeting Nov. 10-14 in San Diego: “Racial Disparities in Social Risks and Protective Factors for Adults’ Alcohol Cessation,” co-written with Tyrone C. Cheng; “Does Gender Influence the Relationship between Violent Victimization in Childhood and Later Experience of Depression as Well as Heavy Drinking?” and “Violent Victimization, Stressful Events, and Depression: A Longitudinal Study of American Young Adults,” co-written with Cheng, TWU sociology alumnus
and TWU doctoral student
Heather M. Gerling
Teaching and Learning with Technology’s
presented at the
conference Nov. 30 in Austin. Collins’ talk was titled "Flatland: Envelop Your Canvas Course in a Story," and Hinson-Enslin presented "A Recipe for Success: Making a Migration Easier Using Blueprint Courses." Their colleague,
, presented "Building Presence With High-Impact Online Introduction Activities" at the
Online Learning Consortium Accelerate
Nov. 14 in Orlando.
has been named director of the
Career Connections Center
effective Feb. 25, 2019. She currently serves as senior associate director of the Career Center at the University of North Texas.
ASSET announces Holiday Decorating Contest winners
Bring your dog to work Dec. 22
Mammograms to be available on Denton campus
Texas Woman's to close Dec. 23 for holiday break
Houston Center hosts holiday celebrations