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Ernst talks about AI on NPR

What does a platypus have to do with artificial intelligence? Daniel Ernst, assistant professor of English at Texas Woman's University, explained when he appeared on NPR's The Academic Minute.

First-Year Composition triumphs over adversity

In fall 2019, Jackie Hoermann-Elliott was completing her first year at Texas Woman's University when her mentor died, the university shut down and her program struggled. Four years later, Hoermann-Elliott has led First-Year Composition to the highest honor her community can bestow.

WTLP offers Write to Change the World workshop

TWU's Women’s Thought Leadership Program is offering up to 30 members of the TWU, Denton, Dallas and Houston communities the opportunity to take part in a private, virtual “Write to Change the World” workshop.

Thought leadership, press freedom to be discussed Oct. 19

The TWU Women's Thought Leadership Program and the Quality Enhancement Plan will host "Thought Leadership and the Global Media Landscape" on Thursday, Oct. 19, in the Administrative and Conference Tower room 301.

TWU's Holder pens op-ed on Taylor Swift for USA Today

Juliette Holder, PhD student in rhetoric at Texas Woman’s University, wrote an op-ed, "In 'Eras Tour' movie, Taylor Swift shows women to how reject the mandate of one identity," for USA Today.