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Events to celebrate graduate students

Graduate Student Appreciation Week is April 4-8, and Texas Woman’s will celebrate with events on all three campuses.

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Chancellor's BOLDLY GO newsletter shares spring highlights

Chancellor Carine Feyten’s latest BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates the launch of Texas Woman’s, the university’s first magazine.

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'Storytelling with Data' workshop set

Join the TWU Libraries and Rafia Mirza (Southern Methodist University) for a virtual hands-on workshop about data visualization using no-cost Tableau software.

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Institute presents Virtual Academic Series

The Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership is sponsoring a new program of three virtual panels that will provide professionalization tools for all TWU faculty, post-docs and graduate students.

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Academic Success Lecture slated March 25

“Being Transparent about Equity and Student Success,” the 2022 Academic Success Lecture featuring Kevin Gannon, is scheduled Friday, March 25.

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Spring 2022 course evaluations open April 6

Custom questions or changes to the evaluation dates may be made at any time in the system seven days prior to the open date.

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Greek Life says 'Wear Your Letters Wednesday'

The Greek Life Office encourages faculty, staff, and students on all campuses to “Wear Your Letters Wednesday” on the first Wednesday of every month.

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Panel to focus on advancing women in STEM

The Women’s College Coalition (WCC) will host a virtual panel with Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, PhD, and Congresswoman Betty McCollum to discuss advancing women in STEM and matters of importance to student leaders from women’s colleges.

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Rangers, Astros to host TWU college nights

Play ball with Texas Woman’s University as the Pioneers head to Arlington and Houston for college nights.

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TWU named Military Friendly School

Texas Woman's University has earned the 2022-2023 Military Friendly ® School designation, a distinction it has held since 2009.

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