Texas Woman's University | Education
Changes coming to TWU golf course
Denton golfers got a heads up this week from TWU: the first construction project to affect play on Pioneer Golf Course is imminent.
Two TWU faculty members ready to ‘go global’ with national grant
TWU's technical theater director retiring after 15 years
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.
TWU to host Pioneer Preview Day
Students interested in attending Texas Woman's University are invited to attend an open house event at the Denton campus.
Year in Review: Many changes took place on the education front
The University of North Texas found some new leadership in a former NASA administrator and Texas Woman’s University named its first-ever mascot. We also shined a light on several issues that will carry over into 2018: Denton ISD’s Lee Elementary will have a new name next school year, more low-income kids are having trouble reading and we could be on the brink of a measles outbreak due to a drop in vaccination rates.
TWU recognized for support of veteran, military students
Texas Woman's University has been recognized by top veterans publications for its support for student military service members and veterans.
Person, place or thing: A look at how UNT names its buildings
University Notes: Feb. 21, 2018
TWU’s Center for Women in Business to host Disney Institute
Disney Institute is bringing its professional development course, Disney's Approach to Quality Service, to the Embassy Suites Denton Convention Center on Jan. 11.