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BOLDLY GO celebrates commencement and more

Chancellor Carine Feyten gives special kudos to faculty and staff in the May 2022 issue of her BOLDLY GO newsletter.

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College of Health Sciences employees take on new roles

Some College of Health Sciences employees are on the move.

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Faculty/staff presentations highlighted — January-April 2022

A sampling of faculty and staff presentations at international, national, and regional conferences in 2022.

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Maricle receives Distinguished Research Fellowship

Denise Maricle (Psychology, Denton) is the first recipient of the Richard W. Woodcock Distinguished Research Fellowship awarded by the Woodcock Institute for Neurocognitive Research and Applied Practice.

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Thaxton appointed journal editorial reviewer

Cheryl Thaxton (Nursing, Dallas) has been appointed an editorial reviewer for the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing.

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In the News: Rhett Rigby

Rhett Rigby (Kinesiology, Denton) was quoted in a May 11 Dallas Innovates story, “TWU Team Secures Patent for Astronaut Visor After Winning NASA Challenge.”

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Graves to serve as interim provost for Texas Woman's

Chancellor Carine Feyten recently announced that O. Finley Graves will serve as interim executive vice president for academic affairs and provost effective June 1.

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Metz named a New Advisor of the Year by NSCS

Mallory Metz (Career Connections, Denton) was named a New Advisor of the Year by the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

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In the News: Kimberly Johnson, Danielle Phillips-Cunningham

Kimberly Johnson (Library, Denton) and Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (Multicultural Women’s & Gender Studies, Denton) were interviewed for a May 4 CBSDFW story.

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In the News: Kimberly Johnson, Carine Feyten

Kimberly Johnson (Library, Denton) and Chancellor Carine Feyten were quoted in a May 3 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Phyllis Bridges remembered for her 50 years of service to TWU.”

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