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In the News: Nikki Young

Nikki Young (Admissions) was interviewed by KRLD Radio on the diverse makeup of TWU’s fall enrollment and what it means for the university.

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In the News: Parker Hevron

Parker Hevron (Political Science) was quoted in a Sept. 11 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Twenty years later, Sept. 11 sill touches our lives.”

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In the News: Azucena Verdin

Azucena Verdin (Human Development, Family Studies & Counseling) was quoted in a Sept. 12 Washington Post story, “Quinceañeras in the time of COVID-19: A coming-of-age celebration marches on.”

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In the News: Barbara Lerner

Barbara Lerner (Undergraduate Studies and Academic Partnerships) was quoted in a Sept. 9 story, “Amarillo College partners with Texas Woman’s University for new teacher pipeline program.”

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Lambert explores root causes behind 'The Great Resignation'

Jason Lambert (College of Business, Denton) examined the root causes behind the millions of job openings throughout the country in a piece he co-wrote.

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Phillips-Cunningham publishes Washington Post op-ed

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (multicultural women’s and gender studies) published an op-ed in The Washington Post about the history of Black women’s labor organizing in recognition of Labor Day.

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Schultz named to Child Neurology Foundation board

Rebecca Schultz (nursing, Houston) has been elected to the Child Neurology Foundation Board of Directors for 2021-2024.

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In the News: Wyona Freysteinson

Wyona Freysteinson (nursing, Houston) was quoted in a Sept. 1 Hospital Case Management article, “Hospitals and Case Managers Need More – and Better – Disaster Planning.”

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In the News: Mahesh Raisinghani

Mahesh “Michael” Raisinghani (business, Denton) was quoted in an Aug. 31 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Why prices are soaring in Denton and when they might come down.”

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Hyde: Lessons learned about working from home

Shelia Hyde, a visiting assistant professor in TWU’s College of Business, wrote about lessons learned from working at home during the pandemic.

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