Division and Alumni News
The TWU chapter of Sigma Xi, a science and engineering research honor society, will host Biology Associate Professor Michael Bergel, PhD, at 4:30 p.m. Friday, March 3, in room 251 of the Ann Stuart Science Complex (ASSC) for a Science Cafe conversation titled "The lessons cancer taught us and the lessons we are teaching cancer."
While much of humanity spent the COVID lockdown binging in front of a television, Juliet Spencer was improving herself. In addition to virtually conducting her copious duties as director of TWU's School of the Sciences and as a biology professor, Spencer was earning an MBA from TWU.
Texas Woman's University PhD candidates Hala Samara and Mafia Mahabub Rumpa recently earned two presentation awards apiece at the International Forum on Research Excellence (IFoRE) 2022 of the Scientific Research Honor Society.
There is a dimension unknown to all but an uncommon few. It is vast, yet fits within the nucleus of a single cell and challenges the human mind's concept of the finite. It is found in every living creature on Earth and within its matrix is the blueprint of each organism, but until very recently it existed beyond human comprehension. It is the world of the infinitesimal.
It is also the classroom of Texas Woman's University biology professor Catalina Pislariu, PhD.
After being suspended since 2019 due to the pandemic, the Celebration of Science returns to Texas Woman’s University Oct. 20-21. The main event is on Friday, Oct. 21, in the Ann Stuart Science Complex and includes presentations by six speakers, headlined by Sherine O. Obare, PhD. Friday’s event is free and open to the public.
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