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Bring your dog to work May 28

Friday, May 28, doesn’t just kick off the long holiday weekend — it’s also a “special occasion” day when dogs are allowed at work.

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Winter storm repairs underway at Student Union

TWU’s Student Union at Hubbard Hall (SUHH) was one of the hardest hit buildings on the Denton campus when Winter Storm Uri struck the state in February.


TWU inspires high school students with virtual biomechanics events

Texas Woman’s University biomechanics and motor behavior graduate students hosted virtual events for National Biomechanics Day, an annual event designed to introduce high school students to the field of biomechanics.

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Work on Bell Avenue begins new phase

The intersection of Administration Drive across Bell Avenue on TWU’s Denton campus is now open. The City of Denton will start installing fencing from Administration Drive south on Bell Avenue to start Phase 3a.

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TWU Soccer to host Pioneer Power Sprint Triathlon & 5K

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the TWU soccer team will host its 14th annual Pioneer Power Sprint Triathlon & 5K on Sunday, July 18, on the Denton campus.

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Campus Pack is discontinued

Campus Pack, a set of add-on applications that provides social media tools in a learning management system, will no longer be available in Canvas as of June 1, 2021.

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TWU Libraries taking part in 'Read Across Texas'

TWU Libraries will participate in Read Across Texas this summer. This year’s campaign features four book selections that will inspire and encourage transformative conversations.

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TWU launches new employee learning system

Bridge, TWU’s new employee learning system, originally was developed by the company behind Canvas, but is specifically designed to meet the needs of employees.

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Doswell conference draws more than 200 participants

The April 30 conference focused on Health Inequities — The Role of Interprofessional Health Informatics and Communities.

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Chancellor's BOLDLY GO newsletter celebrates university's founding, April highlights

Chancellor Carine Feyten’s latest newsletter celebrates the founding of Texas Woman’s University 120 years ago and shares a number of highlights from the month of April.

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