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Amber Gaudet graduated from Texas Woman's University with a bachelor's degree in English literature, is pursuing a master's degree through the University of North Texas' Mayborn School of Journalism, and is already a working journalist for the Denton Record-Chronicle.
The Columbia Journal of International Affairs has published an op-ed by TWU's Rima Abunasser, PhD, "12 Years Later, Displaced Syrian Women Remain Unheard."
Author Cristina Henríquez has spent her life in two worlds, the America of its native-born citizens and the America that is the dream of the immigrant, and she's dismayed that what passes for immigration debate misses the reason behind immigration debate. Henríquez will visit TWU for the eighth annual Jamison Lecture this Thursday, April 13, 2023, at 7 p.m. in the Phyllis J. Bridges Auditorium in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall.
TWU is preparing for the impact of ChatGPT, an AI-powered website that mimics human conversation, writes and debugs computer programs and writes screenplays, poetry, and stories. It has also written essays and research papers, and answered test questions.
TWU's Genevieve West, PhD, will be featured on PBS's Books Author Talk to discuss You Don't Know Us Negroes, the book of essays by Zora Neale Hurston which West edited along with Monica Miller and Henry Louis Gates Jr.
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