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As a young woman, Florence Osuofa was among very few women fighting pirates in the Nigerian Navy at the time. And it was that military experience that helped prepare her for later leadership roles, future challenges and the academic rigor of a PhD in marriage and family therapy.
Most people have a motivating factor that helps them reach an ambitious goal. Sometimes, the motivating factor is a person. For Bryanna Ferren, it’s her dad, Kevin. He has helped her and motivated her to graduate with a bachelor of science in child development.
The Texas Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (TACTE) recognized Lisa Huffman, PhD, dean of the Texas Woman’s University College of Professional Education, with the TACTE Leadership Award during the Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education (CSOTTE) annual meeting Oct. 10.
Texas Woman’s University and Amarillo College (AC) have partnered to create a seamless pathway to teacher certification and other programs that will effectively increase career options for Texas Panhandle communities.
The College of Professional Education (COPE) at TWU is proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 with three speakers. As part of a university that ranks first in Texas and fifth nationally in ethnic diversity and just announced its most diverse student body ever, the college values equity and inclusion.