Jamison Lecture to feature member of Little Rock Nine

The Jamison Lecture, to be held online March 18, is free and open to the public.

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Winter storm affects all three TWU campuses

The ice, snow and record low temperatures have given way to sunshine and temperatures hovering near 80 degrees, but the effects of Winter Storm Uri are still being felt at Texas Woman’s and across the state.

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Texas Woman's University joins faculty development, diversity consortium

By joining, TWU will be able to help all employees become leaders and role models in equitable and inclusive practices.


TWU wins grant for portable transcript project

The project was awarded $150,000 from the American Council on Education (ACE) as part of its Blockchain Innovation Challenge, a national competition funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Plans for fall include a return to campus

Conditions will continue to be monitored and adjustments made if necessary.

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Little Chapel receives historic architecture award

AIA Dallas recognized the impact and influence of the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods on Texas architecture.

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Texas Woman's celebrates Black History Month

Texas Woman’s is proud to celebrate Black History Month in February and the legacy of our Black faculty, staff, students and alumni throughout the year.


Grant aims to increase STEM engagement

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $99,786 planning grant that will allow a TWU research team to develop strategies to recruit and retain more Indigenous students in STEM disciplines.