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Gleeson’s academic career began as a ‘fluke’

Retired Physical Therapy professor Peggy Gleeson continues to be involved with TWU and her former students.

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Davila named to statewide planning committee

Stephen Davila has been invited by College Board to serve on the planning committee for a statewide two-day workshop.

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Roller derby queen: Smith finds her place on skates

Shawnda Smith is accustomed to performing calculations in her role as a math teacher at Texas Woman's University. But she does some special computations in an arena outside the classroom.

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Goh uses teaching, research to inspire students

Physical Therapy faculty member Hui-Tiing Goh (Dallas) has merged her two passions to benefit her students as well as stroke patients.

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Savage stitches creative pieces in spare time

Christy Savage (marketing & communication, Denton) took up embroidery just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Since then, she has created a collage of her work at home and also gives them as gifts.

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Rumohr works to make Denton more bike-friendly

Suzi Rumohr (library) is a strong advocate of making Denton safer and more accessible for those who get around town on bicycles.

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Hasten rallies group for positive vibes on social media

Teri Hasten, manager of compensation for TWU's Office of Human Resources, recently rallied fellow members of a rodeo volunteer team to spread some positivity on social media.

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Zapata keeps the faith and a positive attitude

Karen Zapata had a rough go from the start, but faith and a positive attitude have brought her through it all.

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Liu leads effort to collect medical equipment to fight pandemic

Fuqin Liu, an associate professor in TWU’s College of Nursing in Denton, has assembled a large cadre of North Texans to help collect badly needed personal protective equipment for health care professionals who are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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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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