U.S. News ranks TWU grad programs among nation’s best

U.S. News & World Report has recognized Texas Woman’s graduate programs in occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing and speech-language pathology as being among the nation’s best in their 2024 “Best Graduate Schools” edition.

Lecture series, mentoring program to address rural healthcare concerns

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. 

TWU earns prestigious certification for Latino student excellence

Texas Woman’s was one of nine institutions ― and three in Texas ― to earn for the first time Excelencia in Education’s coveted seal.

U.S. News ranks TWU among nation’s best for social mobility

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.

TWU’s Woo aims to improve reproductive care for Black women

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.