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Hero pilot Shults to headline lecture series

Captain Tammie Jo Shults, the widely acclaimed pilot who brought Southwest Flight 1380 in for a successful, heroic emergency landing in 2018, headlines the fall Paup Lecture Series.

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Proposals sought for QEP

The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), “Pioneering Pathways: Learn by Doing,” provides a systematic plan for implementing and shaping the learning environment for the next five to 10 years.

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ASSET plans first meeting, ice cream social

ASSET (Association of Service and Support Employees of Texas Woman’s University) is kicking off its first meeting AND an ice cream social!

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Sessions to focus on creating positive relationships

A three-part series will provide information to help TWU employees deal with stressful situations brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Center, PLEN team up for health equity seminar

The seminar will bring policy analysts, experts, state legislators, and researchers together to cover topics that are important to Texas.

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Ads in The Lasso help promote on-campus events

TWU’s student-run newspaper, The Lasso, distributes 700 print issues to the Denton, Dallas and Houston campuses of Texas Woman’s University monthly during the fall and spring semesters.

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TWU offers discounted State Fair of Texas tickets

The fair takes place Sept. 24-Oct. 17, with COVID-19 guidelines in place. Buy your tickets from Texas Woman’s and save some cash.

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Chancellor's BOLDLY GO newsletter begins with high energy

The chancellor notes both the enthusiasm and the apprehension of beginning the fall semester.

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New career-related classroom assignments available

Career Connections is prepared to help TWU faculty and staff incorporated career readiness competencies in their student work opportunities, course work, and activities.

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TWU to observe moment of silence Friday, Sept. 3

Texas Woman’s University will observe a moment of silence at noon, Friday, Sept. 3, to mark 18 months since the first diagnosed case of COVID-19 appeared in Texas.

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