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Mural restoration set for July 20

“Your Dream, Your Legacy” mural restoration set to take place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on July 20 at 1215 Oakland St. (Corner of Third and Oakland).

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Team of graduate students serve in Guatemala

William Sit, PhD, clinical professor at the TWU Dallas Center,  traveled on a week-long service trip with 20 therapists and students from the schools of OT, PT, & ST through Hearts in Motion.

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TWU publishes 17th edition of Ibid.

Months of research, writing, rewriting, editing and polishing paid off for those students with the publication of the 17th edition of Ibid.

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Open Educational Resources at TWU

Open Educational Resources (OER) Course Redesign mini-grants in the amount of $1,000 (less withholding) are available to develop, adopt or adapt OER for your courses.

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Regents approve faculty promotions, tenure

The Texas Woman’s University Board of Regents approved promotion and tenure recommendations at its quarterly meeting.

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Workers behind the scenes make graduation special

As with previous ceremonies, a lot of work went on behind the scenes to make Texas Woman’s spring 2024 commencement a memorable event.

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Rampy, Gould named to permanent positions

Lisa Rampy has accepted the VP position for University Advancement, and Shelby Gould has accepted the position of associate VP and executive director for the TWU Foundation.

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Ritter inducted into USTFCCCA Hall of Fame

Texas Woman's University alum Louise Ritter was inducted into the USTFCCCA Collegiate Track & Field/Cross Country Athlete Hall of Fame Class of 2024 on June 2.

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Torres named new chief information officer

Henry G. Torres, PhD, has been appointed as TWU's new chief information officer (CIO), beginning July 8.

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Myers makes $2 million gift to Stroke Center

Dallas businessman and philanthropist Mike A. Myers has given a $2 million gift to Texas Woman’s stroke center.

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