Dallas Digest 12-12-18

TWU Dallas hosted the Annual Winter Lunch for Faculty and Staff on Dec. 4.  Almost 100 Texas Woman's University employees enjoyed turkey with all the sides and desserts. Special thanks to Alan Utter

Houston Happenings_12-12-18

Jennifer Bogardus (physical therapy), who is in the dissertation phase of her Ph.D., has received an Adopt-a-Doc scholarship from the Academy of Physical Therapy Education. The Houston Staff

Denton Details, 12-12-18

Today is the last day of the Faculty/Staff Appreciation Sale at the campus bookstore. Every item in the store (excluding textbooks and food) is 25 percent off. Don’t forget to bring your TWU ID! A

Roof work continues on Fit & Rec Center

The seven parking spaces along Bell Avenue (located at the Fitness & Recreation Center) are blocked off while roof work continues. The walk along Bell, adjacent to Fit & Rec, will be blocked only

Denton Details, 12-5-17

The TWU National Retail Federation (NRF) student chapter’s coat drive has been extended through Monday, Dec. 10. The chapter, sponsored by the fashion and textiles program, is collecting new or

Houston Happenings_12-05-18

• Peggy Gleeson (physical therapy) has been named the 2019 Academy of PT Education (APTE) Leadership in Education award recipient. • Wayne Brewer (physical therapy) has co-authored a paper entitled Metabolic Responses to a Battling Rope Protocol Performed in the Seated or Stance Positions that has been published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. • The Staff and Holiday Luncheon has been rescheduled for noon t0 1:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 6, in the Legacy Room on the 8th floor. Please bring you favorite dessert to share and consider donating canned goods for the Student Food Pantry and/or $5 grocery gift cards for the Student Holiday Gift Program. • The TWU Houston Festival of Lights celebration will take place from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 6, in the first floor lobby. Please come help us decorate the tree and enjoy some cookies and holiday music.

Dallas Digest 12-05-18

Congratulations to Asha Vas (occupational therapy) who has been credentialed through the Brain Injury Association of America as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer (CBIST). Marsha Neville