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TWU COPE to deliver soft skills VR training

The Texas Woman’s University College of Professional Education (COPE) has joined 105 institutions to deliver soft skills training in virtual reality through the Immersive Soft Skills Education Grant from Bodyswaps and Meta Immersive Learning.

Professors receive federal grant to support mental health in schools

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $1.2 million grant aimed at supporting mental health efforts for K-12 students to two Texas Woman’s faculty members.

Special ed grad opened speech clinic in native Zambia

Muchinka Peele earned a PhD in Special Education with an emphasis in communication sciences.

Dream to become educator took decades, perseverance

Rita Greeley is a first-generation student who started at TWU in 1986 and returned in 2019 to pursue her dream of becoming a teacher. 

Real-life experiences enhanced grad’s path to degree

For Sonya Mellerson, earning a PhD in special education was more than a typical academic experience. Sonya chose TWU because of the real-life experiences of the professors and the great teacher education program that allows students to complete their graduate degree while working full time.