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In the News: Rob Ramirez

Rob Ramirez (facilities management) was quoted in a June 27 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “How much will February’s winter storms cost Denton schools?”

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote a column, “Why you should be friendly with your business competitors,” that was published in the June 15 Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Carlotta Corpron

Carlotta Corpron, a member of TWU’s visual arts faculty from 1935 to 1968, was mentioned in an article in Les Ourses à plumes (The Feathered Bears), a feminist webzine.

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In the News: James Adams

James Adams (nutrition & food sciences adjunct, Denton) was featured in the Job Market For Recent Grads article on Zippia.

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In the News: Tyrone Smith

Tyrone Smith (business adjunct, Houston) was named to the 2021 Top 100 HR Tech Influencers list by Human Resource Executive.

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In the News: Derek Crews

Derek Crews (business, Denton) talked about his new book, “Mastering Human Resource Management,” on the podcast Life in the Leadership Lane with Bruce Waller.


Keele, Lee among nursing awards recipients

Nursing faculty Rebecca Keele and Mikyoung Lee (both Denton) are among the recipients of The 2021 Dallas-Fort Worth Excellence in Nursing Awards in the education/research category.

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Busl is co-host of 'Narrative for Social Justice' podcast

Gretchen Busl (English, Denton) is co-host of a new podcast sponsored by the International Society for the Study of Narrative called "Narrative for Social Justice."

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TWU's Quakertown history project makes news

The project, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and led by TWU faculty members, was the subject of a June 5 Denton Record-Chronicle story.

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In the News: Julie Libersat

Julie Libersat (visual arts, Denton) was mentioned in a photo cutline in a June 6 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “True colors: Denton forges ahead with hybrid Pride celebrations.”

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