Houston Happenings, 8-28-9

Wyona Freysteinson (nursing) presented “Viewing self in the mirror after visible bodily disfigurement: Philosophical and theoretical underpinnings,” at the 13th Philosophy in the Nurse’s World

Dallas Digest, 8-28-19

Mari Tietze (nursing) co-authored “Expert: Women’s Equality in Medical Research,” published in the Aug. 26 issue of D CEO Healthcare magazine. Shopha Tserotas and Grace Yousef (nursing) presented at

Denton Details, 08-28-19

Don’t miss Dueling Pianos 8-10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, in the MCL Auditorium. Two pianists will battle it out while taking song suggestions from the audience. It’s billed as a “fun, eccentric, and

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What's in a name? Part VIII

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named?Okay, it’s technically not a “building,” but the Margo Jones Performance Hall is a facility named after a TWU alumna

Crane work to begin Aug. 23

Beginning Friday, Aug. 23, a contractor working in conjunction with the Hubbard Hall Student Union project will be setting up a crane and picking several pieces of equipment from Administration Drive

Denton Details, 08-21-19

Facilities Management will host a retirement reception for Jerry Don “JD” Sprayberry 2-3 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 29, in the second-floor lobby of ACT. Sprayberry is retiring after 35 years of service to

Shuttle service resumes Aug. 26

Shuttle service to the Denton Bible Church remote parking lot, 2300 E. University Drive, will resume Monday, Aug. 26. Free parking (no decal required) is available in the eastern-most spaces of the

Bridge work begins again Aug. 16

Work on the pedestrian bridge above the Admissions Building was suspended for a short time, but is scheduled to resume Friday, Aug. 16. Access from Oakland Street to the Administrative Conference

Denton Details, 08-14-19

TWU Athletics will host a reception for Sue Kuykendall, who is retiring after 33 years of service. The reception will take place 3:30-4:30 Friday, Aug. 23 in the second floor lobby of Pioneer Hall.

Houston Happenings, 8-14-19

Congratulations to Ngozi Mbue (nursing), who was one of only six outstanding early career nurse scientists selected by the American Academy of Nursing’s Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science

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