Help choose the next Book-in-Common

The selection process for the 2022-2024 Book-in-Common has begun, and Texas Woman’s faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to help determine the book to be read.

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Time capsule to be opened in 2050

The TWU Community is invited to watch a video featuring remarks by campus leaders and Student Government Association officers and the placement of items in the time capsule.

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Chancellor's BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates Women's History Month

Chancellor Carine Feyten’s latest BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates Women’s History Month. Check out the March 2021 issue online.

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Committees interest survey opens

Memberships on committees range from code of conduct hearing to awards committees to conservation and recycling, and more.

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MY1CV hosting open sessions

MY1CV is an initiative that allows faculty and staff to showcase their research, creative activities, scholarship, and teaching.

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University Forum recording from March 18 now available

Issues addressed in the forum included the move to establish Texas Woman's University as a system.

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Committee seeks feedback on TWU's international efforts

In an effort to establish a comprehensive overview of how TWU is meeting its mission to cultivate “engaged leaders and global citizens,” the Global Perspectives Strategic Initiative Committee is gathering information about existing international efforts at the university.

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Nutrition program is 'a call to action' for Black community

Nutrition is thought to be all about what you eat and drink. For the Black community, nutrition encompasses much more.

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Your feedback sought on winter storm response

The Risk Management team has created a Winter Weather Response Feedback Form you can use to voice your opinion on what the university did well and things it could do better.

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Academic Success Lecture to focus on universal design

“Design for All: Create Online Courses That Everyone Can Use” will focus on universal design, which can help you build on your existing efforts — especially when reaching students with disabilities.

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