Texas Woman’s University broke ground on a $107 million, state-of-the-art health sciences center that will expand programming and training for students seeking health-related careers, increase the number of professionals in high-demand health fields and extend critical health services to rural, underserved areas of North Texas.
Texas Woman’s University will break ground on a $107 million health sciences center designed as a hub for community and rural health efforts, which will significantly expand health care education, research and service.
The College of Health Sciences announced the 2023 faculty awards in teaching, scholarship, service, Interprofessional Education and synergy at its faculty meeting.
Texas Woman's alumna Roxanne Gonzales-Vogel a is working on cutting-edge technology that will provide nutrition for astronauts while they are working in outer space.
Aya Yoshikawa, an assistant professor in the School of Health Promotion and Kinesiology, was one of nine recipients to receive a two-year Texas International Education Fund (TIEF) study abroad development grant from the The Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC).
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