People in the News
Houston Happenings, 2-14-18
Faculty and staff headshots
will be taken from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 27, and noon to 4 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 28. No appointment is necessary. Location to be announced.
International Student Festival
took place Tuesday, Feb. 13. Students were given a TWU passport to peace and “traveled from country to country” visiting booths hosted by other students, faculty and staff with life experience in a particular area of the world. Booths offered displays, maps, clothing and food samples.
(nursing) was a speaker for the National Black Nurses Day celebration at the
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center
in Houston Friday, Feb. 9. Several TWU students attended the event to hear their professor speak on “Leadership and Culture of Safety.”
(occupational therapy) was selected as a guest editor for the
Occupational Therapy International journal
for a special issue on occupational participation.
(student life), organized a blood drive on campus Monday, Feb. 12. Thirty-seven students donated 20 units of blood to
The Methodist Hospital Blood Team
Student Life delivered 176 Valentine’s Day cards to
Texas Children’s Hospital
to be given to patients for the holiday. The cards were all made by TWU students, faculty and staff.
Emergency Management will conduct a
severe weather drill
on the Houston campus at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 20. All students, faculty and staff on campus during the event will be expected to participate and take shelter in designated areas. The drill is expected to take no more than 30 minutes.
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