2021 News Releases

TWU's JNIWL, The Slate partner to provide coworking space, resources in Dallas

The Jane Nelson Institute for Women's (JNIWL) Leadership at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) has partnered with The Slate, a woman-owned coworking space in Dallas, to provide women entrepreneurs comprehensive business support to help them start, grow and expand their businesses. The partnership solidifies JNIWL’s commitment to aiding the economic growth in the city of Dallas.

TWU hosts hero pilot Tammie Jo Shults in online lecture Oct. 6

Captain Tammie Jo Shults, the widely acclaimed pilot who brought Southwest Flight 1380 in for a successful, heroic emergency landing in 2018, headlines the fall installment of the Paup Lecture Series. The free, online event is open to the public and hosted by the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership at Texas Woman’s University. 

The virtual lecture will begin at 6 p.m., Oct. 6, 2021. Preregistration is required.

TWU Center for Women Entrepreneurs launches new round of StartHER grants

Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women Entrepreneurs (CWE) will be accepting submissions for its StartHER Grant Program, which encourages women-owned businesses in Texas to undertake new and innovative projects, starting on Friday, Sept. 24. The winners will be announced on Friday, Nov. 5.

TWU’s CWPPP sponsors free political campaign workshops for women

Building off a campaign season that saw an increase in women running for political office, Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women in Politics & Public Policy (CWPPP) is offering free online workshops July 17 and 31 to provide practical advice about topics critical to preparing and running an election campaign. The workshops are open to women across the state of Texas.

CWE recognizes 27 women veterans with entrepreneur grants

As part of its ongoing effort to boost women-owned businesses, the Center for Women Entrepreneurs at Texas Woman’s University announces the selection of 27 female veterans in Texas to receive awards valued between $1,000 and $10,000 through its inaugural Veteran Woman Entrepreneur Grant program.