Jeff Huebner and Luiza Andrade (both TWU Volleyball), along with several volleyball team members, were quoted in a Denton Record-Chronicle story about the team’s trip to Brazil this summer.
Aya Yoshikawa, an assistant professor in the School of Health Promotion and Kinesiology, was one of nine recipients to receive a two-year Texas International Education Fund (TIEF) study abroad development grant from the The Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC).
Students and alumni from the Education of the Deaf program visited iconic landmarks and experienced Deaf culture in the TWU Global Perspectives in Deafness in Europe study abroad trip to France and Belgium.
Bombs fell. Tanks rolled. Soldiers marched. The war in Ukraine began in February 2022, scattering refugees across the globe. Nearly 13 million Ukrainian refugees have crossed into neighboring Poland since the war began — mostly women and children. They are children who don’t speak Polish, but mainly Russian and Ukrainian. Children who still need to learn, who need school, who need teachers.
While a library can open the entire world to a person willing to discover it, librarianship can sometimes literally lead a person to the other side of the globe. That is the case for three students from Taiwan this summer.