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Kinesiology team places fourth at NASA-sponsored competition

A Texas Woman’s team of senior kinesiology students created a wearable device for astronauts that signals when unsafe arm positions are detected. The team’s project placed fourth overall at the Texas Space Grant Consortium Design Challenge, a NASA-sponsored science competition. 

Service has familiar theme to student’s spring break experience

Texas Woman’s junior Maya Landgrebe didn’t have to leave Denton to have the perfect spring break. As site leader for the TWU Local Alternative Spring Break, Landgrebe planned volunteer excursions for university students who stayed on campus or in the Denton area this past spring break. 

TWU alumna finds dream assignment in Final Four tourney

Don’t pinch Courtney Randle-Gaines. She doesn’t want to wake up from the wonderful dream she is having. 

For the last 10 months, Randle-Gaines has been working as a volunteer coordinator for the 2023 NCAA Men’s Final Four’s Houston Local Organizing Committee (HLOC). 

Young softball coach sliding into mentor’s role

For the last two years, Texas Woman's alum Haley Colwell has been a part of a mentoring program run by the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA), aimed at keeping young coaches in the profession. While being mentored, Colwell is also keen about helping the new generation of coaches.

Academics is biggest motivator for Pioneer basketball star

Home court advantage takes on a deeper meaning for Texas Woman’s University sophomore Ashley Ingram. When the 6-2 forward steps on the basketball court for the Pioneers basketball team, there are memories from her childhood all around Kitty Magee Arena.

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