TWU history professor Cecily Zander will be featured on C-SPAN's Lecture in History series on Saturday, March 2, at 7 a.m. central time and again at 10:15 a.m., 7 p.m., and 10:15 p.m.
Zander was recorded recently giving a lecture on "Army Explorers of the West," discussing the federal government’s efforts to explore and control the American west from the early 1800s through the Civil War.
Diane Cox emerged from poverty, divorce, cancer and war. Now, in her second time around at TWU, she's living on her terms.
Through a grant, the College of Health Sciences and the College of Nursing will host current leaders in rural health from a range of professions over the next two years. The series – Empowering Women for Rural Healthcare Leadership – focuses heavily on women in leadership. In all, the lecture will include six lectures open to the community.
A recipe for chickpea veggie pockets can be found in Apartment Friendly Cooking, a cookbook that’s part of a capstone research project created by Texas Woman’s senior Alexandra Mack. What makes Mack’s cookbook unique is the majority of the recipe ingredients can be found at Minerva’s Market.
Nineteen members of the Texas Woman's University Theatre Division will challenge themselves when they take the stage at Redbud Theatre this week, Feb. 21-25, to perform what is widely considered to be the world's greatest, most famous and most demanding play by the greatest writer of all time: William Shakespeare's Hamlet.