Help choose the next Book-in-Common

The selection process for the 2022-2024 Book-in-Common has begun, and Texas Woman’s faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to help determine the book to be read.

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Time capsule to be opened in 2050

The TWU Community is invited to watch a video featuring remarks by campus leaders and Student Government Association officers and the placement of items in the time capsule.

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Campus Dining to hold focus groups

Now is your chance to provide input on which concepts will replace Which Wich in CFO and the Community Choice option in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall.

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Chancellor's BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates Women's History Month

Chancellor Carine Feyten’s latest BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates Women’s History Month. Check out the March 2021 issue online.

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Committees interest survey opens

Memberships on committees range from code of conduct hearing to awards committees to conservation and recycling, and more.

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TWU Theatre presents 'Hot n' Cole: A Cole Porter Celebration!'

Texas Woman’s faculty, staff and students are invited to listen to the timeless classics of Cole Porter during an unforgettable evening under the stars.

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First-Year Composition announces winning essays

TWU’s First-Year Composition (FYC) program annually hosts essay contests that award $1,200 or more in prizes to students submitting high-quality, thought-provoking papers and projects composed for credit in English 1013 or 1023 courses.

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MY1CV hosting open sessions

MY1CV is an initiative that allows faculty and staff to showcase their research, creative activities, scholarship, and teaching.

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University Forum recording from March 18 now available

Issues addressed in the forum included the move to establish Texas Woman's University as a system.


TWU hosts Democracy in Action Day for local Girl Scouts

Thanks to a grant from Communities Foundation of Texas, 125 local Scouts learned about advocacy and the legislative process during a Democracy in Action Day sponsored by TWU’s Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy.

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