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Acho's Hollywood experience includes son's Emmy win

Christie Acho (nursing, Dallas) attended the Emmy Awards ceremony and watched her son Emmanuel win the coveted trophy.

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Houston students take part in mini health fair

The group provided nutrition education and a number of health screenings at the fair, which took place at the Boat People SOS office in Houston.

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In the News: Sandra Cesario, Vi Ho

Sandra Cesario and Vi Ho (both nursing, Houston) appeared in an Ovarian Cancer Awareness segment on VIETTV in collaboration with Boat People SOS.

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Signing of transfer agreement makes news

The three major affiliates (ABC, NBC, and CBS) in Amarillo ran broadcast reports on a general transfer agreement between Texas Woman’s University and Amarillo College.

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs) wrote a column, “Want to keep your customers? Offer excellent service,” that was published in the Sept. 14 issue of the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Shelia Hyde, Jason Lambert

Columns by College of Business faculty members Shelia Hyde and Jason Lambert (both Denton) were published in recent issues of New Orleans City Business.

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SECC trio marks third year as co-chairs

The State Employees Charitable Campaign (SECC) has been part of the fabric of Texas Woman’s for decades.

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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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