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Kimberly Miloch

Kimberly Miloch (health sciences) was interviewed for an opinion piece on paying college athletes, published in the Nov. 14 Atlanta Journal Constitution. (11-20-19)

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Carolyn Da Silva

Carolyn Da Silva (physical therapy, Houston) was a guest on the Nov. 17 Fifty+ show on KPRC-AM. Da Silva was interviewed about the increasing likelihood of disabilities in senior citizens, and how

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Shannon Mantaro

Shannon Mantaro (Center for Women Entrepreneurs) was quoted in a Nov. 15 Dallas Innovates story on microgrants awarded by the center. (11-20-19)

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Jill Jester, Carine M. Feyten

Quotes from Board of Regents Chair Jill Jester and Chancellor Carine M. Feyten were included in stories about the naming of the Jane Nelson Leadership Institute published in the Nov. 8 Denton

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Jill Eckardt

Jill Eckardt (University Housing & Dining) was featured in story, “Pearls of Wisdom,” published in the November issue of Connections, the Association of College and University Housing

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Mary Saunders

Retired Maj. Gen. Mary Saunders (Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership) was featured in a Nov. 7 Denton Record-Chronicle story on her speech to the Rotary Club of Denton. (11-13-19)

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Camelia Maier, Dayna Averitt

Camelia Maier and Dayna Averitt (biology) were interviewed for a Nov, 6 KTEN story about “Snow on the Prairie,” a plant they believe could provide a safer option than opioids for pain relief.

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Pauline Beery Mack

Pauline Beery Mack will be mentioned in a Nov. 11 “Best of Thin Line Films” feature in KERA’s “Art&Seek. The “Frame of Mind” segment, airing 10 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 14, on KERA, will feature six

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Carine Feyten

Chancellor Carine Feyten was featured twice in the Denton Record-Chronicle, once in a captioned photo on Nov. 3 highlighting the 80th anniversary celebration of Little-Chapel-in-the-Woods, and in a

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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.