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Two TWU students awarded Gilman scholarships

Texas Woman’s University students Ashley Elliot and Demetria Ober look forward to expanding their worldview thanks to their recently awarded U.S. Department of State Benjamin A. Gilman ScholarshipsThe scholarships will allow Elliot, an English major, to study abroad at Harlaxton College in England for the Spring 2022 semester and Ober, a social work major, to study abroad at Universidad de Granada in Spain for the 2021-2022 academic year. 

TWU alumna accepts position at Harlaxton College

TWU alumna Victoria Radford (BA '17) has accepted a position with Harlaxton College, a TWU study abroad partner located in Grantham, England. She will be the Harlaxton Regional Admission & Relations Coordinator. Radford graduated from TWU with a bachelor's degree in English and Global studies.

Alumna helps students take writing out of the classroom and into the mainstream

Poet, educator, LGBTQIA+ activist and TWU alumna Em Ramser (MA, MAT ‘20) once swore “up, down and sideways” that she would never become a teacher. Now, she teaches high school pre-AP English classes and designs her curriculum around professional opportunities for students, inspired by Dr. Gretchen Busl's lessons in “pop scholarship.”

'American Swimming Magazine' publishes essay by TWU student Ulysses Perez

Incoming TWU ESFL transfer student Ulysses Perez had an essay published in American Swimming Magazine. The essay, titled "The 'Impossible,'" marks his first magazine article and second publication. Read Ulysses Perez' full essay (pdf)

Dr. Gretchen Busl's essay on value of speculative fiction featured on

Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator Gretchen Busl, PhD, made the front page of with her essay, "What Speculative Fiction and Possible Worlds Theory Taught Me about Grief." is a leading science fiction/fantasy web magazine, publishing house and online community.