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Welcome Week activities slated

Mark your calendars! Welcome Week is coming Aug. 16-20.


TWU's winning Blockchain Innovation Challenge project cited in story

Texas Woman’s was among four Blockchain Innovation Challenge winners featured in a July 19 story in Higher Education Today, a blog by the American Council on Education.

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Outstanding Student Award nominations sought

Nominate an August 2021 graduate for the TWU Alumni Association's Outstanding Student Award. Nominations are due by noon, Wednesday, July 28.

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Join Texas Woman's SECC committee

Texas’ State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) is one of the largest state employee campaigns in the nation providing aid to family, friends, neighbors, and countless others in need across the state.

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Commencement ceremonies featured in Hispanic publication

Texas Woman’s May graduation activities at Texas Motor Speedway were featured in the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities’ summer 2021 publication, “The Voices of Hispanic Higher Education.”

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Minerva’s Café serves up leadership development workshops

Experts in the nutrition and food industries will provide information on how to become a successful leader in the new Minerva’s Café Leadership Development Workshops.

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Teaching and Learning Symposium slated Aug. 16-19

The four-day symposium will be a hybrid event, with both virtual and in-person presentations.

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Chancellor's Boldly Go newsletter highlights faculty, student and alumni accomplishments

The latest issue of Chancellor Carine Feyten’s BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates the accomplishments of our faculty, both in developing apps (Minkowan Goo, teacher education, Denton) and presenting

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CWE awards grants to 27 female veterans

The Center for Women Entrepreneurs at TWU has selected 27 female veterans in Texas to receive awards valued between $1,000 and $10,000 through its inaugural Veteran Woman Entrepreneur Grant program.

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Texas Woman's takes gold, silver in CASE awards

Winners were selected based on several factors, including overall quality, innovation, use of resources and the impact on the institution or its external and internal communities.

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