2018 News

Informatics students join groundbreaking precision medicine initiative

TWU informatics students are lending their time and talents to a nationwide precision medicine initiative aimed at changing the way we treat and prevent disease.

Rodriguez mentors TWU first-generation students transitioning to college

As executive director of TWU’s Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach (DIO), Becky Rodriguez draws on her experiences as a first-generation Latina student to serve as a mentor and create programs for TWU students just like her.

TWU Theatre presents ‘The Birds’

The Texas Woman’s University Theatre Program opens its 2018-2019 Season with The Birds. Written by Conor McPherson, The Birds was adapted for the stage from Daphne du Maurier’s novelette published in 1952 – the same novella that inspired Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary film. 

Jurist’s career path fuels passion for mentoring others

Her sisters drew her to Texas Woman’s University, a professor boosted her admission to law school, and a series of mentors helped her navigate a tight path to a federal bench. Now, U.S. District Judge Alia Moses is helping others find solid footing of their own.

TWU reports slight rise in fall enrollment

Enrollment at Texas Woman's University increased slightly for fall 2018 over the previous year, with Hispanics accounting for a greater share of the student body, according to preliminary figures reported today by the university.