TWU's Gaudet follows passion toward career

Amber Gaudet graduated from Texas Woman's University with a bachelor's degree in English literature, is pursuing a master's degree through the University of North Texas' Mayborn School of Journalism, and is already a working journalist for the Denton Record-Chronicle.

Petersen featured by Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators

The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators selected TWU Visual Arts professor Sheli Petersen as its featured illustrator in July.

Trio represents TWU at American Society for Virology conference

Juliet Spencer, PhD and director of the School of the Sciences, and graduate students Erica Garcia and Kiran Tajuddin represented Texas Woman's University at ASV2023, the American Society for Virology’s annual conference in Athens, GA.

History launches 16th edition of Ibid

Ibid, the annual publication of the Texas Woman's University History Department, has been published on the TWU website.

The 16th edition features 13 essays by graduate and undergraduate students, delving into the intricacies of race, gender, politics and the environment. They explore the political impact of the antebellum North Texas fires, women’s agency in gentile society during the 18th century, the historiographies of family values politics during the 20th century and works centered on the American West.

"It feels like freedom"

TWU's Ilana Morgan has been awarded a $35,000 grant to continue her outreach and research working with justice-involved girls ages 15-17 in a Denton County post-adjudication program called Courage to Change. The program takes place in a gym that is part of the Denton ISD Sparks campus, which operates as part of the Denton County Juvenile Detention Center.