TWU Theatre faces challenge of Hamlet

Nineteen members of the Texas Woman's University Theatre Division will challenge themselves when they take the stage at Redbud Theatre this week, Feb. 21-25, to perform what is widely considered to be the world's greatest, most famous and most demanding play by the greatest writer of all time: William Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Ernst talks about AI on NPR

What does a platypus have to do with artificial intelligence? Daniel Ernst, assistant professor of English at Texas Woman's University, explained when he appeared on NPR's The Academic Minute.

First-Year Composition triumphs over adversity

In fall 2019, Jackie Hoermann-Elliott was completing her first year at Texas Woman's University when her mentor died, the university shut down and her program struggled. Four years later, Hoermann-Elliott has led First-Year Composition to the highest honor her community can bestow.

Fulbright student embarks on musical odyssey

Malāk Hashem has traveled almost 7,000 miles to find her calling in music therapy at Texas Woman's University.

TWU's Maier appointed to Denton sustainability committee

TWU biology professor and herbarium director Camelia Maier, PhD, has been appointed to a three-year term on the City of Denton Sustainability Framework Advisory Committee.