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Symposium to focus on 'Cultivating Genius'

Gholdy Muhammad, author of “Cultivating Genius: Culturally and Historically Responsive Education for Equity and Excellence,” is the featured speaker for the 2021 Visiting Literacy Research Scholar Symposium.

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Spring dance concert takes you 'Through the Lens'

“Through the Lens,” the #TWUDance spring 2021 virtual dance concert, will premiere 7 p.m., Friday, April 23, on YouTube.

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ASSET to host BINGO fundraiser

Need an hour of laughter? Join ASSET (Association of Service and Support Employee of Texas Woman’s University) for virtual BINGO from 4 to 5 p.m., Thursday, April 22.

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Pioneering Student Awards honor students, faculty

The Graduate Student Council hosted its annual Pioneering Spirit Awards for Graduate Students and Faculty in a virtual format on Friday, April 9.

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Experiential Student Scholars symposium scheduled April 21

The Experiential Student Scholar Program allows students to develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences outside of a traditional academic setting.

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Student Creative Arts and Research Symposium set

The 24th Annual Student Creative Arts and Research Symposium is scheduled April 13-14.

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Maroon and White Luncheon slated April 5

Join TWU Athletics on Monday, April 5, for the Maroon and White Luncheon online.


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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