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TWU Dallas Redbud Awards recipients announced

Each year, Texas Woman’s University celebrates the accomplishments of outstanding student leaders and the faculty and staff who support them.

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Facilities employees choose TWU for MBA degrees

When three TWU Facilities Management and Construction (FMC) employees started looking for a master of business administration program that would help them achieve their educational goals, each decided their best option was close to home.

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Texas Woman's DPS celebrates National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week honors those who typically are the first point of contact when someone reaches out for help.

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Isik recognized for research contributions

Elif Isik (nursing, Houston) is the recipient of the Southern Nursing Research Society’s Jean Wood Nursing Scholarship Award.

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Nasr provides refresher course for school nurses

Sandra Nasr (nursing adjunct, Dallas) recently provided a refresher course in giving injections for nurses in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District (CFB ISD).

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In the News: Wouter van Erve

Wouter van Erve (political science, Denton) was quoted in a Dallas Morning News story on bills before the Legislature that have different approaches to revamping civics education across the state.

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In the News: Carine Feyten

Chancellor Carine Feyten was included in “7 Books Highly Recommended by Successful Executives."

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In the News: Lisa Huffman

Lisa Huffman (College of Professional Education, Denton) co-wrote an opinion piece supporting a proposal to create a program that would deliver tutoring to students in high-need schools throughout the state.

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In the News: Sandee Mott

Sandee Mott’s (athletics, Denton) recognition as the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association Administrator of the year was included in a “Briefly TWU” posting in the April 9 Denton Record-Chronicle.

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González explains complex concepts through fun videos

Maryví González Solá found new and innovative ways to help her biology students understand the complexities of the human anatomy — producing short, fun lecture videos and study tips designed to help the students succeed.

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