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TWU joining race to return to the moon

The next time an American sets foot on the moon, Texas Woman's University will play a role in the journey.

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PT researchers studying treatments for post-stroke fatigue

Associate Professor Hui-Ting Goh and Professor Emeritus Elaine Jackson have been awarded a $372,870 three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund their project, "Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Post-Stroke Fatigue."

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Project INDEX expands reach of research

By joining Project INDEX, your publications will have an expanded reach and increased citation rates.

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CRDA slates Research Week

Join the Center for Research Design & Analysis (CRDA) for Research Week, the department’s annual focus on research.

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Program application materials available

Application materials are available for the 2023-2024 Creative Arts and Humanities Grant Program and the Research Enhancement Program.

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CRDA to host introductory Qualtrics webinar

The Center for Research Design & Analysis (CRDA)will present an “Introduction to Qualtrics” webinar from 10-11 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 27.

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TWU's PsychData access to end soon

Texas Woman’s will no longer have access to PsychData after the end of this month.

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TWU researcher to study impact of COVID misinformation on Hispanics

Little is known about the effect misleading information on COVID had on minority groups, particularly Hispanics. A professor at Texas Woman’s University is hoping to change that.

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CRDA to host 'Dealing with BOTS' webinar

The webinar will provide a general overview of survey research, Qualtrics, and addressing bots taking surveys.

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CRDA slates 'mixed methods' webinar

The Center for Research Design & Analysis (CRDA) will present an “Overview of Mixed Methods” webinar 10-11 a.m., Thursday, May 18, via Zoom.

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