People in the News
(nursing) presented “Child Brides, Forced Marriage, Disturbed Children: The New Faces of Domestic Violence” to almost 700 women at the
Junior League of Houston’s
general meeting Monday, April 23. This presentation offered an opportunity to begin building a relationship with this distinguished organization of women leaders.
Representing TWU with presentations at the
American Occupational Therapy Association’s
annual conference held April 18-22, in Salt Lake City, Utah, were occupational therapy faculty members
O Jayne Bowman,
who presented “The Effect of Stress on the Body and Mind,” and
with three presentations done in conjunction with Ph.D. students.
Carolyn Da Silva
(physical therapy) was awarded the Distinguished Graduate Faculty Member Supporting for the support of graduate students by the TWU Graduate Student Council.
Nursing faculty members
successfully led a group of 12 nurse practitioner students on a Study Abroad program to the Netherlands April 4-14. The program allowed the participants to fully immerse in the Dutch healthcare system in Rotterdam, Delft and Gouda.
(nursing) attended the
Annual National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty conference
April 18-22 in Indianapolis. During the conference, the trio had the honor of meeting Dr. Loretta Ford, founder of the nurse practitioner movement in 1965, who was there to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.
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