TWU in the Headlines
News coverage showcases the important work being done across TWU and helps to increase awareness and recognition of our university across Texas and beyond. This third-quarter compilation of select national, regional and local news clips from the Office of Marketing and Communication highlights some of the most prominent stories about Texas Woman's University. Some of the story links below are only accessible with a subscription. To request an electronic copy of an article, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
U.S. News & World Report - 6 Strategies for Helping a Teen Who's Being Bullied About His or Her Weight
Lisa Rosen, assistant professor of psychology, is quoted in this article offering advice to teens who have been bullied about their weight.
Katherine Landdeck, associate professor of history, wrote this piece on how Amelia Earhart left a legacy beyond her flying prowess that includes advocating for women's rights.
Donna Scott Tilley, vice provost for research, wrote this column addressing proposed changes to Title IX concerning sexual assault on college campuses.
Gina Anderson, interim dean for the College of Professional Education, provided perspective and insight on the education quality and partnership potentials of community colleges.
Chancellor Carine M. Feyten, was profiled for this piece showcasing a day in her life as the leader of the university.
KERA 90.1 (Local National Public Radio Station) - Some Texas Educators Worry About Community Colleges Offering Four-Year Degrees
Anita Hufft, dean of the College of Nursing, was interviewed for this story and expressed her concerns about community colleges receiving approval to offer bachelor's degrees in nursing.
KERA 90.1 - After Foster Care, She Was On Her Own. Now, She's Helping College Students Just Like Her
Sarah Matteson, case manager for the Campus Alliance for Resource Education, was featured in this story as part of KERA's American Graduate Champions project, where the station's education reporters profiled people making a difference in North Texas schools. Chancellor Carine M. Feyten, Monica Mendez-Grant, vice president for student life, and Amy O'Keefe, executive director of the Campus Alliance for Resource Education, also are quoted in the piece.
Chancellor Carine M. Feyten answered a series of questions about the university and women's leadership in this online article.
Texas Medical Center News - Texas Woman’s University Receives $388,000 State Grant for Minority Health Research and Education
Alex Ortiz, professor of physical therapy at the Houston campus, Peggy Gleeson, associate director of physical therapy at the Houston campus, and Jennifer Bogardus, assistant clinical professor of physical therapy at the Houston campus, were featured in this article concerning their recent grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Claudia Porras Pyland, assistant professor of counseling psychology, offered advice on how to avoid conflict with your in-laws in this article.
Alumna Candice Salyers was featured in this article after receiving a $30,000 fellowship from the American Association of University Women to write a book on feminist choreography. Linda Caldwell,professor of dance, also is quoted in the article.
Child Development alumna Zaynab Wazeer is featured in this story about international education at TWU. Michael Bergel, professor of biology, also is mentioned, and a photo by Michael Modecki, university photographer, appeared in the magazine.
Faculty & Staff Editorials/Columns
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- Khristen Jones: Simple social media strategies for small businesses
By Khristen Jones, social media and media relations specialist
- Lisa Garza: Recruiting and maintaining millennial talent
By Lisa Garza, director of the Career Connections Center
- Shannon Mantaro: Helping women-owned businesses thrive in Texas
By Shannon Mantaro, director of the Center for Women in Business
Note: Inside TWU features faculty and staff in the news every week, and this quarterly summary captures the highest impact media coverage.