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In the News: Dawna-Diamond Tyson

Dawna-Diamond Tyson (student regent) was quoted in a Sept. 4 Denton Record-Chronicle story, “Use-of-Force committee touches on white privilege.”

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In memoriam: Kelley Moseley

The TWU Community offers its condolences to the family and friends of Kelley Moseley, longtime program director for the health care administration program in Houston, who passed away Aug. 21, 2020.

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In the News: Kevin Becker

Kevin Becker (health promotion and kinesiology) recently was a guest on the Perception & Action Podcast hosted by Rob Gray.

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Murdock named president-elect of ACHE chapter

Sandra Murdock (health care administration, Houston) recently was elected vice president and president-elect of the South East Texas Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives.


Faculty publications highlighted — May-August 2020

A quarterly report of publications by Texas Woman's University faculty.

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Becker to co-host Community Conversations session

Carolyn Becker (international affairs) will co-host the first session of an upcoming Community Conversations web series focused on inclusive education abroad advising practices.

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In the News: Meg Griffiths

Meg Griffiths (visual arts) was interviewed for an Aug. 26 National Public Radio story, “Suffrage Photos Build a Bridge From The Past To The Future.”

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College of Business trio wins award for best paper

College of Business faculty Jason Lambert and Lee Brown, and their former student and graduate assistant Caleigh TorresNava, received an award during the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

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In memoriam: James Hardcastle

The TWU Community offers its condolences to the family and friends of James Hardcastle, professor emeritus of chemistry, who passed away Aug. 20, 2020.

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In the News: Matt Moustakas

Matt Moustakas (risk management) was quoted in an Aug. 24 Dallas Morning News story, “Texas colleges already seeing COVID-19 cases as classes begin.”

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