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

Thanksgiving brings shuttle service changes

Shuttle service to the Denton Bible Church parking lot (2300 E. University Dr.) will be suspended Nov. 25-26.

City project to close part of Bell Avenue

The City of Denton will begin work on water service improvements along North Bell Avenue from Texas Street to Schmitz Avenue beginning Sunday, Nov. 24. The project is expected to be completed Dec. 1.

Houston Happenings, 11-20-19

All faculty and staff are invited to join in the holiday celebration, scheduled noon to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 4 in the eighth-floor Legacy Room. An RSVP is requested. IT Solutions staff Corin

Dallas Digest, 11-20-19

Tina Fletcher (occupational therapy) published “A Show of Hands: Using a Multimodal Teaching Activity to Foster Self-Reflection” in the AOTA Special Interest Section Quarterly’s November issue,

Denton Details, 11-20-19

Opening night of TWU Theatre’s “The Architecture of Loss” is Wednesday, Nov. 20. Performances continue through Sunday, Nov. 24. The North Texas Food Bank Mobile Pantry will be in the Jones Hall

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

Houston Happenings, 11-13-19

TWU’s Center for Women Entrepreneurs and the College of Business are shaking up the way women handle their business with the SALT Shaker Wednesday Workshop Series. The workshops are designed to

Dallas Digest, 11-13-19

Tina Fletcher (occupational therapy) was recognized as a consultant on the “Speechless” exhibit at the opening night ceremony at the Dallas Museum of Art. Texas Woman’s University was mentioned in a

Denton Details, 11-13-19

Reminder: TWU is hosting a writing workshop and poetry reading led by 2020 Texas Poet Laureate Emmy Pérez Wednesday, Nov. 13. Explore all the creative ways women get involved in politics to make a

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