Identifying one’s own strengths and weaknesses is an exercise that must be practiced over the course of a lifetime to achieve success, said Robert S. Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Kinesiology senior Audra Romans made the most of her Texas Woman’s undergraduate experience as an Honors Scholar, Pioneer Ambassador, Kinesiology Club member and student employee in several departments on campus. Then, during her final semester, Romans and five other kinesiology students competed and won first place as TWU’s inaugural team in the Texas Space Grant Consortium (TSGC) Design Challenge, sponsored by NASA.
The Fall 2018 semester at Texas Woman’s University will draw to a close with commencement ceremonies scheduled Wednesday, Dec. 12 in Houston and Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14 and 15 on TWU’s Denton campus.
Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women in Business announced the recipients of its Women’s Enterprise Training and Micro Grant Program.
Just before she transferred to Texas Woman’s University, Kyra Solis’ career plan seemed set: First, a nursing school education and then a steady position with a hospital or doctor’s group. But a dose of reality hit her shortly after her transfer, when she learned that getting into nursing school wasn’t as easy as she thought. Her grades were good enough, but the competition was fierce.
A frank discussion with an academic adviser got her thinking about another academic opportunity, and in a similar direction: Health Studies.