University-Wide News, 12-4-19

Chancellor Carine Feyten’s BOLDLY GO newsletter for the month of November highlights recent events, and the new Connecting the Dots publication highlights stories and outcomes aligning with TWU’s

University-Wide News, 11-20-19

Bring holiday spirit into your office and enter the ASSET Holiday Decorating Contest! Individuals and departments on all three campuses can participate. Entries and decorating must be complete by

University-Wide News, 11-13-19

Chancellor Feyten has shared some highlights from last week’s Board of Regents meeting in Houston. Check it out! The first TWU Spirit Night at the Dallas Mavericks is Monday, Nov. 18, and helpers are

University news - 11/06/19

All faculty and staff are invited to attend a Strategic Plan Forum, 10 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 7, in Houston 2120 (livestreamed to Denton ACT 301, Dallas 4302). Learn about these initiatives— Purposeful

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What's in a name? Part VIII

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named?Okay, it’s technically not a “building,” but the Margo Jones Performance Hall is a facility named after a TWU alumna

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What's in a name? Part VII

NOTE: The TWU Board of Regents voted at its August 2020 meeting to rename the building due to F.M. Bralley's part in the forced relocation of nearly 60 Black families from the Quakertown community

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What's in a name? Part VI

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named? If you’ve been at TWU for more than a few years, you’re familiar with this building’s namesake.The Ann Stuart Science

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What's in a name? Part V

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named?Here’s an easy one — Who hasn’t heard of T. Boone Pickens?The TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences –

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What's in a name? Part IV

Today’s “What’s in a Name?” is a two-fer: Stark and Guinn, the towering TWU residence halls dominating the Denton skyline. Guinn Hall is the taller, standing at 24 stories. Stark Hall stands at 21

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What's in a name? Part III

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named?Okay, this is an easy one.Many of you knew — or knew of — Mary Evelyn Blagg-Huey, TWU's first female president, who

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