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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) wrote a column stressing the importance of knowing what type of verification is needed for various grant programs.

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In the News: Stephanie Lopez-Neyman

Stephanie Lopez-Neyman (Nutrition and Food Sciences, Denton), a graduate teaching assistant, was quoted in a Nov. 22 Healio article, “Racial disparities present in cardiovascular, cardiometabolic disease risk factors.”

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In memoriam: Beverley Byers-Pevitts

The TWU community extends its condolences to the family and friends of Beverley Byers-Pevitts, former interim president of TWU, who passed away Nov. 4, 2022.

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Lohmann named TOTA academic educator of the year

Alicia Lohmann (Occupational Therapy, Houston) was named Academic Educator of the Year at the Texas Occupational Therapy Association annual conference, held Nov. 11-12 in Denton.

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Smith recognized for innovative teaching in STEM

Chad Smith (Communication Sciences, Denton) received the Texas Girls Collaborative Project 2022 Educator Stand Up for STEM Award.

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In the News: Javier Flores

Javier Flores (Enrollment Management, Denton) was quoted in multiple media outlets in Nov. 11 stories on TWU’s Zero Tuition Guarantee.

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Holmes Scholar recognized nationally

Phyliciá Anderson (adjunct, Literacy & Learning, Denton), a TWU doctoral candidate in Reading Education, was named Holmes Scholar of the Month for October by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.

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In the News: Debra Mollen

Debra Mollen, (Psychology, Denton) was quoted in a Nov. 11 Everyday Health article, “The New Sex Talk to Have With Teens — and Why It’s More Important Than Ever.”

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Retirement reception set for Cindy Snider

The TWU community is invited to a retirement reception for Cindy Snider (Library, Denton) on Nov. 30.

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Gleeson’s academic career began as a ‘fluke’

Retired Physical Therapy professor Peggy Gleeson continues to be involved with TWU and her former students.