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TWU schedules event for potential transfer students
Students who are looking to transfer to Texas Woman's University can attend an information session at the school Saturday, Nov. 18.
Chemist and researcher to receive TWU's 2017 Chancellor's Alumni Excellence Award
Texas Woman's University to host Celebration of Science
TWU students volunteering for Sensory Friendly Family Day at arboretum
Each fall, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden hosts a Sensory Friendly Family Day, and this year Texas Woman's University students will help with the event.
Texas Woman's University now home to flavor chemistry laboratory
The new flavor chemistry program at Texas Woman's University now has a lab. Led by Xiaofen Du, a food scientist, students can earn a master's degree or doctorate in nutritution with an emphasis in flavor chemistry.
Reported crimes on Denton college campuses rose in 2016
Reported rapes and drug arrests soared at the University of North Texas from 2015 to 2016, according to newly released campus data. The jumps aren't necessarily because of an increase in crimes on campus, but because of increased policing and educational opportunities about reporting, campus officials said.
TWU to stage comedy penned by professor
'The Wal*Mart-ians' was written by TWU theater professor Steven Young.
TWU chancellor releases statement on DACA
Carine Feyten, president and chancellor of Texas Woman's University, publicly released a statement Thursday morning offering support and resources for students who attend TWU through the Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals program.
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.