Student business team among finalists in AMA competition, again

For the second straight year, the Texas Woman’s American Marketing Association student chapter was named a finalist in the organization’s year-long challenge: the AMA Collegiate Case Competition.

U.S. News ranks TWU online programs in education, business among nation’s best

U.S. News & World Report has recognized master’s online programs in education and bachelor’s online programs in business at Texas Woman’s University as being among the nation’s best.

COB professor creates scholarship for students in human resources

Derek Crews, EdD, a Management professor at Texas Woman's University and workforce development consultant, has created an annual scholarship aimed at supporting either an undergraduate or graduate student seeking a degree with an emphasis on Human Resource Management as offered through the TWU College of Business.

State scholarships give TWU grad students boost toward accounting careers

Delainee Gibson and Danielle Hendrix took a step closer to coveted careers in the accounting world, thanks to scholarships from the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy. The scholarships will help the two Texas Woman’s graduate students in finishing their accounting degrees and sitting for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.

Master’s student adds scholarship to healthcare resume

Vamsidhara Vemireddy, a Texas Woman’s graduate student on the Dallas campus, is the latest winner of the Foster G. McGaw Scholarship. The McGaw Scholarship is given annually to a student in the MHA or the dual MHA-MBA program in the TWU Healthcare Administration program.