Texas Woman's University | Education
Former TWU regent and her husband present school with $2 million gift
Sue Bancroft, a former chairwoman of the Texas Woman's University Board of Regents, and her husband, Christopher Bancroft, are investing $2 million in the university. The Bancrofts donation is motivated by the desire to build programs focused on cultivating women’s leadership, the university announced in a TWU Board of Regents meeting Friday in Dallas.
In the Texas Capitol this year, university leaders' worst fears never materialized
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TWU preparing for record enrollment, housing
It's extremely likely that Texas Woman's University will hit 16,000 students in the fall of 2017, which would be a new record for the institution. It also continues the issue of the lack of campus housing for these students.
Elizabeth Pauley retires after serving as TWU's first female police chief
When Elizabeth Pauley was hired in 1996 as a police officer for Texas Woman's University, she was determined to stay in the position. That changed in 2012, when she became TWU's first female police chief. At 66 years old, Pauley retired this month and had a formal going away ceremony Wednesday.
Highland Village woman earns Ph.D. after 10 years at TWU
On Saturday, 72-year-old TWU student Betty C. Reily earned her sixth degree — a Ph.D. in reading education.
Bell Avenue open during festivals, graduation
City crews will suspend construction work on Bell Avenue to accommodate festival traffic this weekend, as well as during Cinco de Mayo and Texas Woman's University graduation.
Attorneys appeal Cross Roads family's liability case against Apple
Denton LGBT groups show their colors for pride month
New student regents named for area colleges
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed the next student regents to serve on the governing boards of state universities.