TWU's Landdeck speaks at Smithsonian

Watch TWU history professor Katherine Landdeck's speech at the Smithsonian Institute's Amelia Earhart Lecture.

Smithsonian to honor Katherine Landdeck

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum invited Texas Woman's University history professor Katherine Landdeck, PhD, to be the speaker at the premier lecture in aviation history, the Amelia Earhart Lecture.

Grad’s many firsts set course for family to follow

Wandaliz Turner celebrates with her family her latest accolade: a master’s in political science with a graduate certificate in history – and she attained it with a perfect 4.0 GPA to boot.

Musical talents help grad find dream career

Celia Nowlin has always had musical ambitions.

The senior from Fort Worth grew up as a classical pianist and singer. In middle and high school, she did musical theater, then taught herself to play guitar.

For family of three, college dream comes true

One of Ami Lamsal’s core memories from Texas Woman’s was the quintessential wait outside the classroom. Leaning against the wall, waiting for the previous class to leave, drinking coffee, chit-chatting with classmates.

It’s an everyday, mundane experience for a college student, except Lamsal’s was a little unusual.