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Rodenberger noted as 'exceptional Western historian'

The August 2021 issue of Western Writers of America Roundup Magazine includes a tribute to the late Lou Halsell Rodenberger, a former TWU regent.

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Nursing academy to induct two TWU faculty members

Donna Scott Tilley (Denton) and Wyona Freysteinson (Houston) will be inducted into the American Academy of Nursing 2021 Class of Fellows.

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Randi Miller named head coach of wrestling program

A 2008 Olympic bronze medalist has been named inaugural head coach of the Texas Woman’s University wrestling program.

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In the News: Tina Fletcher

Tina Fletcher (occupational therapy, Dallas) and her students got a shoutout from the French American Museum Exchange for their autism-friendly work with the Dallas Museum of Art.

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In the News: Susan Chrostowski

Susan Chrostowski (nursing, Dallas) was featured in an Aug. 7 article on the Healio Rheumatology news site.

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In the News: Wyona Freysteinson

Wyona Freysteinson (nursing, Houston) was quoted in two Relias Media stories on the role of healthcare professionals in emergency planning.

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In the News: Genevieve West

Genevieve West (English, Denton) was noted as co-editor of “You Don’t Know Us Negroes and Other Essays,” a previously unpublished collection of essays by Zora Neale Hurston.

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In the News: Cynthia Shepard Perry

Indiana State University will name a street in honor of former Texas Woman's University Regent Cynthia Shepard Perry.

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In the News: Eleanor Brackenridge

Eleanor Brackenridge, a member of the original board of regents for what eventually would become Texas Woman’s University, was the focus of a July 30 article in the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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In the News: Kimberly Russell

Kimberly Russell (university advancement, Denton) was quoted in a July 23 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “So how do I get a school named after me?”

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