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In the News: Rhett Rigby

Rhett Rigby (kinesiology) was quoted in a Dec. 3 Dallas Innovates story, “Texas Woman’s University’s All-Female Team competes in NASA-Sponsored TSGC Design Challenge.”

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Phillips-Cunningham receives GSU's Reed Fink Award

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (multicultural women’s and gender studies) recently was awarded the 2020 Reed Fink Award in Southern Labor History from Georgia State University.

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Feyten named to 'Dallas 500' list

Chancellor Carine M. Feyten has been named to the 2021 edition of the Dallas 500, a list of the most influential leaders in Dallas-Fort Worth.

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In the News: Lisa Huffman

Lisa Huffman (College of Professional Education) wrote an op-ed on giving grace to teachers for the extraordinary work they are doing during the pandemic.

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In the News: Chris Ray

Chris Ray (College of Health Sciences) was quoted in a Nov. 17 Dallas Morning News story, “Hip health affects your overall well-being.”

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In the News: David Rylander

David Rylander (business) was quoted in a Nov. 18 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Angel investor, others call Denton ‘destination’ for tech industry.”

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Psychology faculty examine dynamics of bullying in new book

TWU psychology faculty members Lisa Rosen, Shannon Scott and Samuel Kim recently published “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders: Understanding Child and Participant Vantage Points.”

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In the News: Michael Bergel

Michael Bergel (biology) was quoted in a Dallas Innovates story, “TWU Biology Team Granted a Patent for Anti-Cancer Compounds That Could Save Lives.”

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In the News: Danielle Phillips-Cunningham

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (multicultural women’s and gender studies) was featured in a Nov. 12 Women In Academia Report story, “Texas Woman’s University Scholar’s Book Honored by the National Women’s Studies Association.”

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Faculty member's dissertation wins award

Johnathan Smilges’ (English, Speech and Foreign Languages) dissertation, “Queer Silence: Rhetorics of Resistance,” has won the President’s Dissertation Award from the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition.

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