U.S. News & World Report ranked Texas Woman’s among the nation’s best for social mobility, and named the university to the publication’s “Best National University” and “Top Public Schools” lists.
Texas ranks among the nation’s worst states for women’s reproductive care, but Texas Woman’s University faculty researcher Jennifer Woo, PhD, CNM/WHNP, is working to improve it.
Eight Texas Woman’s students recently returned from unique TWU Education Abroad faculty-led trips, thanks in part to scholarships from the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program.
Graduation is always a special time for college graduates. For Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates at Texas Woman’s University, there is an additional initiation into the nursing profession — the pinning ceremony. This year, Academy Sports + Outdoors and Brooks Running added a little something to put even more spring into graduates’ steps.
Texas Woman’s University has a unique mission as the country’s largest university system primarily for women. Now, there is a new organization at TWU Dallas with a focus of its own that seeks to set itself apart, at least at TWU. The American Association for Men in Nursing is the first organization at TWU geared toward men.
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