Houston Happenings, 8-1-18

Nursing faculty members Rebecca Aulbach, Peggy Landrum and Vi Ho presented at the Sigma Theta Tau International 29th Nursing Research Congress July 22 in Melbourne, Australia. 

Dallas Digest, 8-1-18

Rebecca Boruff (nursing) wrote an article, "Nursing Students Choose Their Own Role in a Flipped Classroom Approach," published July 2 in the Journal of Nursing Education.

Denton Details, 08-01-18

Congratulations to Ward Sheeder (facilities management and construction) on his appointment as director of TWU’s Physical Plant. He had served as interim director since April 2017. In his 16-plus

Work to close part of Administration Drive

A crane will be erected on the Denton campus to assist with the installation of concrete piers required for the Student Center at Hubbard Hall Renovation project. The crane’s assembly process and

Denton Details, 07-25-18

The Denton campus will be buzzing this weekend, with First-Year Orientation and the TWU Volleyball Camp beginning Friday. Orientation is a way for students and their families to get to know the

Dallas Digest 7-25-18

Sharon Wang-Price (physical therapy) and Tina Fletcher (occupational therapy) have published an article with co-authors Karina Zapata and Charles Johnston, M.D., in Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders.

Denton Details, 07-18-18

The 12th annual Pioneer Power Sprint Triathlon & 5K returns to the Denton campus after one year away due to the 2017 construction on Bell Avenue. The sprint triathlon, a USA Triathlon-sanctioned

Denton Details, 7-11-18

TWU and the Denton Independent School District are hosting Camp ABILITIES — a weeklong overnight sports camp for students who are blind, visually impaired or deaf-blind — July 8-14 on the TWU Denton

Cameras catch construction progress

Construction projects are humming along on the Denton campus, and cameras installed at the P3 student housing project, Hubbard Hall and the parking garage give you a bird’s-eye view. (For timelapse

Houston Happenings_07-11-18

Ainslie Nibert (nursing) has been selected as one of only 30 academic nursing leaders across the nation for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Wharton Executive Leadership Program Aug.

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