May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, and at TWU, a majority-minority institution, we are proud of our position as one of the most diverse institutions of higher education in the country. This month, we celebrate the contributions of our Asian American and Pacific Islander faculty, staff and students, who make up 10% of our student body.
We invite you to read the feature stories highlighted below about how these valued members of our community are making a difference.
TWU professor leads effort to collect medical equipment to fight pandemic.
A Texas Woman’s student and IT professional enrolled in the MBA program is helping the next generation of women enter the tech world.
A leader in the Vietnamese community.
CEO, Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Sugarland
Teacher, mentor, occupational therapist, businesswoman, humanitarian, wife, mother, colleague, friend–all titles that describe TWU OT alumna and adjunct professor.
Nixed study abroad plan leads to once-in-a-lifetime teaching experience.
TWU graduate gains experience and skills by creating international youth program.
TWU alumnus, faculty member awarded for career of service.