TWU Biology provides county with coronavirus testing supplies

TWU Biology faculty members Lionel Faure, left, and Christopher Brower, right, deliver coronavirus testing supplies to Matt Richardson, director of the Denton County Health Department.

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Texas Woman's faculty awarded $2 million grant for STEM project

A team of Texas Woman’s faculty has been awarded $2 million by the National Science Foundation to fund a project aimed at improving retention and graduation rates for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.


Student stories sought for commencement

Though May commencement ceremonies will be held virtually, we still have ways to feature our graduates.


Reach out to new students

Texas Woman’s is starting a phone campaign to reach out to newly accepted students.

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TWU to host virtual commencement amid COVID-19 shutdown

Texas Woman’s will conduct virtual commencement ceremonies for Spring and Summer 2020 graduates so they may remotely celebrate their achievement with family and friends.

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Little Chapel receives more accolades

TWU’s Little Chapel-in-the-Woods was selected as a Best of Denton Winner for 2020 in the Wedding & Event venue category and as one of the top chapels in Texas by Here Comes the Guide, a wedding planning website.

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Summer 2020 orientation programs move online

Texas Woman’s orientation programs for summer 2020 have been moved online in an effort to ensure the university continues to promote social distancing and to prioritize student safety.

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Staff create community amidst social distancing

Some Texas Woman’s staff members are reaching out beyond the self-isolation and social distancing of the coronavirus response to create a sense of community.

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TWU Dance presents virtual dance concert April 24

The Texas Woman’s University Department of Dance is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by presenting its first virtual dance concert, “1200 Seconds.”

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Grant to help create autism-friendly events

TWU occupational therapy faculty member Tina Fletcher, EdD, will use a $267,477 grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to help create autism-friendly community venues and events.

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