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Fall 2010

Chancellor and President Ann Stuart...

...welcomed high school students from the Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School to the “Fit to Lead Camp” at TWU. The camp helps prepare participants for a successful college experience with sessions on leadership development, nutrition and fitness. to children as part of the Summer Reading Program at the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Denton. The program was co-sponsored by the TWU chapter of the Association of Texas Professional Educators and Barnes and Noble.
...attended a performance at Redbud Theater of the play “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie,” part of the TWU Drama Program’s first-ever Children’s Theater Summer Series. Shown with Chancellor Stuart and children from the audience are, from left: TWU drama students Mallory Bryant-Gawne, who played Max; Cassie Henderson, who played the mouse; and Joanna Wesson, who played the mouse’s mirror image.
...hosted the Denton Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Membership Luncheon at Hubbard Hall on the TWU Denton campus. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Stan Morton, president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton; Sarah Adams, TWU student regent; State Sen. Craig Estes (Wichita Falls); and Chuck Carpenter, president of the Denton Chamber of Commerce.
...was the guest speaker at a meeting of the Austin chapter of the TWU Former Students Association at the Austin Women’s Club. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Debra Winegarten, Austin FSA president, and Sandra Gonzalez Tognetti, Austin FSA secretary.
...hosted more than 60 TWU student leaders at a picnic at University House on the Denton campus. The student leaders enjoyed food and music while mingling with each other, Chancellor Stuart and other university officials.
...cheered the cooks, judges and winners of the annual TWU Chili and Pie Cook-Off and Auction, part of the university’s State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) activities. Standing with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: TWU SECC Committee members Nora Sierra, Michelle Williams-Laing, Ruth Johnson, Lizabeth Spoonts and Sheri Dragoo. Seated, from left: SECC Committee members Kathy Woods and Glen Ray.
...toured the construction site of the TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health- Sciences-Dallas Center, which will open for classes in the spring. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Malinda Potynski, executive assistant to the chancellor; Lauren Nitschke, co-owner of 3-DG Envi- ronmental Graphics; Jack Yardley, building designer and an architect with HKS in Dallas; and Harold Johnson, TWU associate vice president for facilities management.

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