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Partnership moves TWU athletics ticket sales to completely digital platform

The move will provide fans the ability to purchase tickets in advance and on game days in a fully secure and contactless way.

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Camp provides unique experience for children with cerebral palsy

Pirate Camp uses pirate-themed activities to improve upper-limb function in school-aged children with unilateral cerebral palsy.


PhDs earn faculty positions within year of graduating

There are many reasons to pursue a doctorate, but one of the most common is to gain a faculty position at a university or college.

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Proactive COVID-19 testing program set to begin

In addition to asking faculty, staff, students and visitors to wear masks indoors while on campus, TWU is in the process of launching a COVID-19 Proactive Testing Program that will start in the coming weeks.

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TWU pet therapy program intro sets tails wagging

Texas Woman’s faculty and staff received a warm and wiggly welcome back to campus when the inaugural class of the Pioneer Pet Therapy Program was introduced at an Aug. 18 event.

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COPE joins program to increase diversity in education

The TWU College of Professional Education (COPE) has been selected to participate in the Holmes Program sponsored by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE).


Camp feeds girls' interest in STEM careers

TWU’s summer camp for participants in the Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas Eureka! STEM program devoted even more time this year to stimulating girls’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math career fields.

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Texas Woman's moves to 'flatten the curve' again

With COVID-19 cases on the rise again, TWU's "Stay fluid" mantra hangs in the air as the start of the fall semester draws near.

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Fall Assembly 2021 puts the focus on momentum

Chancellor Carine Feyten and other speakers highlighted the university's accomplishments and looked forward to the new academic year.

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Board of Regents to meet Aug. 12-13 in Denton

Items involving programs, emeritus and emerita faculty, and the chancellor's evaluation are included in the board's agenda.

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