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In the News: Carine Feyten

Chancellor Carine Feyten was interviewed by multiple media sources regarding legislation that established the TWU System.

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In the News: F.M. Bralley

A story about former College of Industrial Arts president Francis Marion Bralley’s role in the forced relocation of Quakertown residents in Denton was published in both the Dallas Morning News and the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Monica Mendez-Grant

Monica Mendez-Grant (student life) talked about TWU’s Student Union at Hubbard Hall, diversity, accessibility, and the future of higher education during a May 17 Horizon Q&A with CannonDesign.

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Retirement reception set for Shaw

The TWU Community is invited to a retirement reception honoring Sam Shaw (facilities management, Denton) on Thursday, May 27.

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Tseng and team's article featured in scientific publication's collection

A publication by Shih-Chiao Tseng (physical therapy, Houston) and her DPT student research group was selected to be featured in the Motor Neuroscience Editor’s Pick 2021 article collection.

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In the News: Texas Woman's University

Texas Woman’s University, home of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) Official Archive, was noted in two recent articles for its part in events recognizing the WASP.

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In the News: Jason Tomlinson, Carine Feyten, Bob Hyde, Bernadette Coleman

Jason Tomlinson (finance & administration), Chancellor Carine Feyten and Regents Bob Hyde and Bernadette Coleman were quoted in a May 20 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “TWU has plans to install LED billboards along U.S. Highway 380.”

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Raisinghani to be recognized in ISACA virtual awards gala

Mahesh S. Raisinghani (business) will be recognized with ISACA’s Educational Excellence Award during the organization’s virtual awards gala Thursday, July 15.

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In the News: Samuel Kim

Samuel Kim (psychology) talks about his experiences as an Asian American in “While I Have Your Attention,” an ongoing video series from WFAA.

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Figueroa, Rosa-Davila dance in United Way fundraiser

TWU faculty members Jorge Figueroa (teacher education) and Emarely Rosa-Davila (social work) danced the night away in the 9th Annual United Tribute, a fundraiser for the United Way of Denton County.

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