Watch out for Oakland Cafe crane

A crane will be used to lift mechanical equipment to the roof of the Oakland Complex the week of April 29. This equipment is being installed in support of the new Oakland Cafe currently under

Houston Happenings, 4-17-19

Faculty Ombudsperson Linda Rubin will visit the Houston campus Thursday, April 18, and Friday, April 19. The Harper Room on the 10th floor will serve as her office. Feel free to drop by or contact

Dallas Digest, 4-17-19

Dallas will have some four-legged visitors April 24 as Heart of Texas Therapy Dogs comes to campus. Come by room 3600 between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. and let them brighten your day! Led by Tina Fletcher

Denton Details, 04-17-19

Facilities Management and Construction will host a retirement reception for Bill Beckham 2-3:30 p.m. Monday, April 29, on ACT 2. The university community is invited to attend. The School of Health

Houston Happenings, 4-10-19

Rupal M. Patel (physical therapy) led a group of 12 Houston physical therapy alumni and current DPT and PhD students during the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) Federal Advocacy Forum

Dallas Digest, 4-10-19

Heads up, Dallas! Headshots will be taken 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 24-25 in room 2502. If you need an official university headshot, here’s your final chance for the semester! Dallas occupational therapy

Denton Details, 04-10-19

Get your grub on at the Soulgood food truck, which comes to campus from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. April 10 in front of the Student Union. Known for its healthy vegan and vegetarian dishes, Soulgood was


What's in a name? Part III

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named?Okay, this is an easy one.Many of you knew — or knew of — Mary Evelyn Blagg-Huey, TWU's first female president, who

Houston Happenings, 4-3-19

Melissa Rodriguez (admissions) co-presented at the Texas Association for College Admissions Counseling Annual Conference, held March 24-26 in Addison. Her session was titled “Time and Where to Find

Dallas Digest, 4-3-19

Congratulations to William Sit (occupational therapy) on earning his Board Certification in Physical Rehabilitation from AOTA (the American Occupational Therapy Association). The BCPR demonstrates

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