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TWU celebrates faculty, staff, and system status

Texas Woman's celebrated Faculty and Staff Awards and Founders Day April 6 on the Denton campus.

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Gymnastics captures 12th USAG crown

TWU's Gymnastics team received a surprise welcome back to campus after winning the team's 12th national championship.

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TWU Houston students collaborate on custom cars

Some Houston children with special needs recently got some cool, customized cars for exploring the world around them thanks to a collaboration between Texas Woman’s University and Texas A&M EnMed.

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Nursing program named among nation's best

U.S. News & World Report has recognized the master’s program in nursing at Texas Woman’s University as being among the nation’s best.

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Faculty/staff awards celebration set April 6

Texas Woman’s will present the 2022 faculty and staff awards during a celebration Wednesday, April 6 (Founders Day), on the Denton campus. The celebration also will be available via livestream.

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Texas Woman's Magazine publishes inaugural issue

The Texas Woman’s University System has a new way of sharing the stories of its faculty, students, alumni, and friends with the launch of its first magazine, Texas Woman’s Magazine.

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Regent, husband expand scholarship program

The $100,000 gift to the university will expand a scholarship program that covers four years of tuition and fees for five Denton High School graduates.

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Events to support national Write to Vote initiative

Faculty, staff, and students from all three Texas Woman's campuses are invited to the events focusing on the history and necessity of voting.

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TWU Book Series event to launch first publication

Texas Woman’s University is celebrating the publication of Making Space for Women: Stories from Trailblazing Women of NASA’s Johnson Space Center, the first book in the TWU Book Series, with a reading and talk by author Jennifer M. Ross-Nazzal.

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Weddington estate donates artifacts to Texas Woman's

The papers, pictures and other artifacts of Sara Weddington, the attorney best known for arguing the historic Roe v. Wade case before the U.S. Supreme Court, will be part of a permanent collection at Texas Woman’s University.

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