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Moore named Fulbright Specialist

Brenda Moore, an associate professor in the TWU College of Nursing, Houston, and director of the Center for Global Nursing at TWU, will travel to Cairo, Egypt as a Fulbright Specialist when the Fulbright Program resumes.

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In the News: Katherine Landdeck

Kate Landdeck (history) was featured on an Oct. 21 “Stuff You Missed in History Class” podcast, which averages about 1 million listeners per episode.

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Lin serves on DOD ad hoc review committee

Suh-Jen Lin (physical therapy, Dallas) served on the ad hoc review committee for the Department of Defense – Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs’ Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Research Program Clinical Development Award.

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DelloStritto named to ANA journal editorial board

Rita DelloStritto (nursing, Houston) has been named to the editorial board for American Nurse, the official journal of the American Nurses Association.

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Horn selected for Thought Leaders Institute

Dewaynna Horn (College of Business) has been selected to attend the Thought Leaders Institute through the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce, which begins Thursday, Oct. 29.

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In the News: Arissa Gaytan, Nikki Young

Arissa Gaytan and Nikki Young (admissions) were quoted in an Oct. 24 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Getting a feel for college, virtually: In pandemic, TWU adapts its preview day for future students.”

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In the News: Rupal Patel

Rupal Patel (physical therapy, Houston) was a guest on the Oct. 20 PT Pintcast, “How Social Determinants of Health Impact PT Outcomes.”

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Phillips-Cunningham wins NWSA book award

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (multicultural women's and gender studies) is the recipient of the 2020 National Women's Studies Association's Sara A. Whaley Book Prize Award for studies about women and labor.


In the News: Patrick Bynane, Hannah Fuller, Zareen Afzaal

Patrick Bynane (theatre) and theatre students Hannah Fuller and Zareen Afzaal were interviewed for an Oct. 16 CBS 11 story on the department’s CarPark Sonnets production.

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In the News: Meg Griffiths

Meg Griffiths (visual arts) was quoted in Oct. 15 New Mexico Living and Oct. 16 303 Magazine stories on A Yellow Rose Project exhibitions.

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