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Tuong-Vi Ho: Life comes full circle

Tuong-Vi Ho found herself in the final evacuation from Saigon in 1975. Now, she works with the Vietnamese community in Houston and Vietnam.

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Brewer: Affecting health care through research, teaching

TWU Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Wayne Brewer, PT, PhD (’14), MPH, OCS, CSCS, brings his passion for discovery and affecting change to everything he does—particularly his research and teaching.

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Associate professor uses mirrors in therapy research

Wyona Freysteinson made her career choice at the age of 2. “I knew I was going to be a nurse,” said Freysteinson, associate professor of nursing at TWU’s Houston Center.

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Marathons fuel Mancuso's appetite for running

She has a quick wit, and though she’ll tell you her feet aren’t that fast, Peggy Mancuso has finished well in a number of marathons she’s run.

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Martin manages renovation with love

There’s a lot of work going on in Old Main, but for project manager Lynda Martin, it’s a labor of love.

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Myers: TWU feels like home

Though she only began teaching at Texas Woman’s this fall, Aimee Myers, Ph.D., already feels a strong connection to the university and its students.

Schloss to receive Chancellor's Alumni Excellence Award

Texas Woman’s University alumna Donna L. Schloss, BSN, FNP-C, has been named the 2018 recipient of the TWU Chancellor’s Alumni Excellence Award.

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Figueroa reflects on Hurricane Maria

One year ago, Jorge Figueroa was living and working in his native Puerto Rico when island residents heard warnings of an approaching hurricane.“We never knew the natural disaster it was bringing,”

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Summer challenges plants, workers

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. That old adage is something Robert Trevino, manager of TWU’s landscape operations, takes to heart every day.

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Howard goes 'geek' for convention

As a child, Beth Howard was glued to the television whenever Wonder Woman was on. “I pretended to be her,” she said.