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.

TWU's Rosa-Davila appointed to accreditation board

Emarely Rosa-Davila, PhD, assistant professor and program coordinator of TWU's bachelor of social work program, has been appointed to a three-year term with the Council on Social Work Education's Board of Accreditation, which governs accreditation nationwide.

Record gift to support new aviation program

The TWU System Board of Regents today accepted a record $15 million gift from the Doswell Foundation that will lay the groundwork for a new aviation program.

Gamblin and Friends to celebrate collaboration

Dance professor Sarah Gamblin will perform to music composed and recorded by her 14-year-old son Gus and his father, Paul Slavens, during "Sarah Gamblin and Friends Dance" on Saturday, May 20, at 7 p.m. in the Dance-Gymnastics Laboratory Building's studio theatre.