Higher Education | Education
National honor society elects TWU history professor as vice president
Jacob Blosser, Ph. D. , associate professor of history at Texas Woman's University, has been elected vice president and president-elect of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society.
UNT Equity and Diversity Conference to feature keynote speaker Rosa Clemente
TWU to host Pioneer Preview Day
TWU to host Pioneer Preview Day on Feb. 24
Texas Woman's University will host Pioneer Preview Day, an open house event for potential first-year students beginning at 8 a. m. Saturday, Feb. 24 on the university's Denton campus.
TWU chemistry program earns national recognition
For "graduating chemists with civic lenses" and addressing such social issues as sustainability, water quality and safety, TWU has been singled out for special recognition by the Association of American Colleges and Universities as a model for how to make civic learning and democratic engagement an expectation for all students who major in a given discipline.
UNT plans three Fine Arts Series events for spring semester
The Rawlins Fine Arts Series has two performances and one exhibit lined up for spring.
State board approves nation’s first degree in consumer experience management at UNT
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Consumer Experience Management, making UNT the first U. S. university to offer the degree program.
UNT’s applied physiology lab has links to Olympics
The lab, directed by College of Education associate professor Brian McFarlin, joins a network of 20 international labs seeking to solve problems relevant to global sports science and performance.
U.S. News and World Report ranks UNT online education program among best in the nation
'Ideal' recounts lives of first seven Texas Rangers
Texas Woman's University: Edible car contest set for Friday
Texas Woman's University's College of Arts and Sciences will conduct its 20th annual Edible Car Contest, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday. The event features cars created entirely of food by Dallas-Fort Worth-area students in grades six through 12.