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In memoriam: Mayme Fletcher

The TWU Community offers its sympathies to the family and friends of Mayme Fletcher, former TWU police officer, who passed away June 24, 2021, at the age of 97.

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Former student interviews Kwon for cable program

TWU professor Young-Hoo Kwon (health promotion & kinesiology, Denton) was interviewed by his former student Chris Como for a segment on the Golf Channel program, “Swing Expedition.”

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In the News: Rob Ramirez

Rob Ramirez (facilities management) was quoted in a June 27 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “How much will February’s winter storms cost Denton schools?”

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ASSET Scholarship recipients announced

Carolina Sheeder (undergraduate studies) and Vik Arunkumar (housing & dining) are recipients of the ASSET (Association of Service and Support Employees of Texas Woman’s University) Fall 2021 Scholarship.

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Grigorieva's book ranked among best of all time

Ellina Grigorieva’s (mathematics) book, “Methods of Solving Number Theory Problems,” has been named to BookAuthority’s “Best Number Theory Books of All Time” list.

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Woo selected for editor immersion program

She is one of two selected for the program with the Advances of Nursing Science journal.

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Graduate assistants selected for Schweitzer Fellowships

Paloma Silva and Tamara Starling are two of 13 students across North Texas selected for the program, in which graduate and medical students create innovative programs fulfilling unmet health and wellbeing needs within Dallas-Fort Worth communities.

In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote a column, “Why you should be friendly with your business competitors,” that was published in the June 15 Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Carlotta Corpron

Carlotta Corpron, a member of TWU’s visual arts faculty from 1935 to 1968, was mentioned in an article in Les Ourses à plumes (The Feathered Bears), a feminist webzine.

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Thaxton receives palliative leadership award

Cheryl Thaxton (nursing, Dallas) is the 2022 recipient of the Nessa Coyle Palliative Leadership Award, presented by the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation.

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