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Employees' return to campus delayed

All TWU employees were expected to be in their offices July 1, but the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Texas pushed back the return date.


Performance evaluation process gets underway

The beginning of July also is the beginning of the Self Appraisal and Performance Evaluation process at Texas Woman’s this year.

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Museum broadcasts TWU documentary

The Cranbrook Institute of Science in Michigan promoted Mack Minded: Humanly Possible, the award-winning documentary about TWU's Pauline Beery Mack, through a partnership with the Johnson Space Center.

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New websites launched

This summer, you will start seeing some new websites pop up on, helping get the word out about the great things happening at Texas Woman's.


Sign up now for summer enrollment webinars

Learn about the various benefit options available to active TWU employees and retirees through the various webinars offered by ERS.

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Five friends from TWU’s DNP program launch a nonprofit

The three letters “DNP” changed the trajectory of a friendship. Now, these TWU alumni are helping the next generation of Black women to lead in their own fields.

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Online activities support racial equality

A number of online activities have been scheduled to show the university’s commitment to supporting its students with a goal of creating lasting change. TWU employees are invited to participate as well.

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Face masks to be part of TWU's 'new normal'

New articles in peer-reviewed journals support the use of protective face coverings as effective mitigators to the spread of the coronavirus.


TWU launches biotechnology master's degree

To support one of the state’s top six industry sectors with the greatest economic growth potential — biotechnology and life sciences — Texas Woman’s University will launch a new program this fall that combines biology and business with an industry internship.

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Chancellor outlines plans for fall return

In a recent message to the Texas Woman’s community, Chancellor Carine Feyten outlined plans for a “flexible and fluid” return to in-person classes in the fall.

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