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Campus Challenge celebration continues

Texas Woman’s University continues to celebrate its first-place finish in the AORE Campus Challenge. The Denton campus held a celebration on Nov. 5, with T-shirts, door prizes, and special awards for faculty/staff who went above and beyond in the competition. Fitness and Recreation and the Health and Wellbeing Initiative presented awards to:

  • Ruth Johnson (Graduate School), Inspiration Award
  • Sarah Matteson (CARE), Most Dedicated Award
  • Grace Chalon (institutional research & improvement), Greater Good: Health and Wellbeing Advocate
  • Suzi Rumohr (library) and Tesse Scott (occupational therapy, Denton) Greater Good: Environmental Advocate
  • Sarah Wainscott (communication sciences & oral health) and Rob Petro (chemistry & biochemistry), Academic Champion
  • Susan Whitmer (library), Spirit Award
  • Terry Collins (DPS), Guardian of the Outdoors Award