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Profiles offer advantages for faculty, staff

MY1CV, the system used by Texas Woman’s, allows members to update their own profiles, and they don’t have to be a tech expert to use it.

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What's in a name? Part XII

Do you ever wonder about the people for whom buildings on TWU campuses are named? Mary Gibbs Jones, a Texas native who dedicated her life to humanitarian and philanthropic endeavors, has been honored on both the Denton and Houston campuses.


TWU to host virtual commencement May 22

While Texas Woman’s will not be able to celebrate commencement in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the university community will recognize the accomplishments of the Class of 2020 through virtual commencement ceremonies.


Center awards $1 million in grants to businesses

TWU's Center for Women Entrepreneurs has awarded $1 million in grants to women-owned small businesses in Texas that suffered financial losses associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

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'Reboarding' training required for return to work

As Texas Woman’s offices and facilities reopen or plan for reopening, university officials are providing details of what that will involve.

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Graduations still special for Rodriguez and son

TWU's Becky Rodriguez and son were set to enjoy both their graduations before the coronavirus changed everyone's plans.


Teaching, testing online becomes family affair

When in-person instruction was no longer an option, physical therapy professor Carolyn DaSilva convinced her husband, Carlos, to let her demonstrate lessons on him.

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Board of Regents to meet via videoconference

The Texas Woman’s University Board of Regents will conduct its quarterly meeting via videoconference at 10 a.m., Friday, May 15. The committee and full board meetings will be available via livestream.

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TWU officials planning for return to campuses

With in-person classes resuming in the fall, Texas Woman’s administrators are working to determine how the gradual reopening of the university will take place.

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Some TWU summer camps go online

Some Texas Woman’s summer camps are changing this year due to concerns over the COVID-19 crisis.

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