Denton Details, 1-31-18

The university community offers its condolences to the family and friends of Jane Adele Mott, Ph.D., who passed away Jan. 27, 2018 at the age of 98. She was a TWU Cornaro Professor of Physical

Houston Happenings, 1-13-18

Representing TWU Houston, Olinda Johnson(nursing) volunteered at the Houston Food BankSaturday, Jan. 27 to help load 880 boxes of food onto pallets.  Despite the rainy weather, faculty and staff

Dallas Digest, 1-31-18

Tina Fletcher (occupational therapy) has been published in the Journal of Museum Education. The article, “Can Sensory Gallery Guides for Children with Sensory Processing Challenges Improve Their

Dallas Digest, 1-24-18

Kelli Brizzolara, Ann Medley, Toni Roddey and Sharon Wang-Price (physical therapy) wrote “Effectiveness of Adding a Pelvic Compression Belt to Lumbopelvic Stabilization Exercises for Women with

Denton Details, 1-24-18

The university community is invited to a retirement celebration and reception for Jerry Dawson (music) at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 in the Margo Jones Performance Hall. (Dawson's retirement was the

Houston Happenings, 1-24-18

Texas Woman’s was well represented at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Education conference Jan. 18-20 in Naples, Florida. Nursing faculty members included Sandy Cesario, Nina

Dallas Digest, 1-17-18

After serving TWU for 20 years, JoAnn Nunnelly, Director of the Disability Services for Students (DSS) office, retired on Jan. 12, 2018. Please join TWU Dallas in wishing her all the best in her

Denton Details, 1-17-18

Claudette Fette (occupational therapy) has been selected to receive the Community Health Champion award by the Denton Community Health Clinic, Inc., for her work with the Able Disabled program for

Houston Happenings, 1-17-18

Wyona Freysteinson (nursing) co-authored and published an article "Mirror Therapy: can this technique be used on facial disfigurement?" in Revisita E-Psi, a peer-reviewed psychology journal. In


Houston Happenings, 1-10-18

Open house for the TWU Houston campus is set for 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27. Embodying TWU’s message of “campus with a heart,” Leslie Nelson (nursing) and her husband recently

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