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Sweeten graduates Leadership Denton

David Sweeten (Student Union & Conference Services, Denton) recently graduated from Leadership Denton as part of the 37th class. Jason Lambert (College of Business, Denton) served as an advisor for the class.

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In the News: Tracy Irby

Tracy Irby (Center for Women Entrepreneurs, Denton) was quoted in a Denton County Magazine article on the center.

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Dickinson helping address health disparities in region

In addition to serving as an associate clinical professor and Dental Hygiene program director at Texas Woman’s, Charlene Dickinson has taken on a new role in an initiative aimed at improving community health.

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In the News: Christina Bejarano

Christina Bejarano (Political Science, Denton) was quoted in a June 26 USA Today story, “In Texas, Mayra Flores is latest Latina to win big in politics. Can others do the same?”

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Hyde receives fellowship honor at conference

Shelia Hyde (College of Business, Denton) was honored at the Work and Family Researchers Network Conference held June 22-25 in New York.

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Woo joins ACNM board

Jennifer Woo (Nursing, Dallas) recently was installed on the American College of Nurse-Midwives board of directors during the organization’s 67th Annual Meeting & Exhibition.

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Thaxton receives FAANP designation

Cheryl Thaxton (Nursing, Dallas) received the FAANP (Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners) designation at the AANP National Conference.

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Kapinus, Hansen-Thomas appointed to key posts

Two administrators have been selected to take on key academic positions beginning Aug. 1, Interim Provost Finley Graves, PhD, announced this week.

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Nursing leaders tapped for new posts

Rosalie Mainous, PhD, and Damon Cottrell, PhD, DNP, set to take on new roles.

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In the News: Danielle Phillips-Cunningham

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham (Multicultural Women’s & Gender Studies, Denton) did multiple interviews after the United States Supreme Court issued its ruling overturning Roe vs. Wade and also co-authored a two-part article about Quakertown published June 18 in The Washington Post.

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