A Texas Woman’s University collaborative still in its early stages already has gained the attention of the state’s higher education governing board.
Growing up in a South Texas farming community with nine brothers and sisters was a struggle for Sylvia Garcia’s family, and that taught her about hard work and perseverance.
Being active in student government while attending Texas Woman’s University ignited a passion in her for public service, and that taught her about leadership.
Getting exposure to an industry often helps students determine if they are on the right track for their future careers. Four students in Texas Woman’s University’s College of Business were selected as part of the first academic cohort to attend a symposium sponsored by Ladenburg Thalmann & Co., a financial advising firm. TWU filled almost half of the 10 spots allotted to students from universities across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Texas Woman’s University has been recognized by Military Times as Best for Vets: Colleges 2019
With a passion for saving the environment, Texas Woman’s graduate student Renee Phetsopha splits her time between registering students to vote and conducting lab research with adjunct faculty member Gustavo Salazar Garza, PhD.