Texas Woman’s University is expanding an innovative nursing program that provides a direct path through the nursing ranks under a partnership with Alvin Community College in Houston, decreasing costs and shortening the time to a bachelor’s degree.
While many Texans have not seen the effects of COVID-19 up close, Courtney Waddle (BS ’12) and Maybelle Anderson (BS ’12) signed up for it. The registered nurses joined three other colleagues to travel to the epicenter of COVID-19 in the United States: New York City, where infections number more than 10 times that of the entire state of Texas.
The phone call Douglas Schwartz took from the frantic woman earlier this spring was unsettling to say the least. The woman had lost a portion of a lung to a previous disease, was startled by symptoms she was experiencing as the COVID-19 pandemic was spreading, and she was caring for six children.
Texas Woman’s nursing student Nimreh Warsi can vividly recall the day her father had a heart attack.
Alexis Jennings is taking a big leap toward her dream job of becoming a chief nursing officer this spring by earning a bachelor’s degree in less time that it took many of her peers.
Sometimes, heroes really do wear masks.
That might be the best way to characterize Dr. Fuqin Liu during this coronavirus pandemic. Liu, an associate professor in TWU’s College of Nursing in Denton, assembled a large cadre of North Texans to collect badly needed personal protective equipment for health care professionals who are responding to the crisis.
It was a mere week before Operation Frequent Wind, the final evacuation from Saigon, South Vietnam, in 1975. Someone looked at her and said, “We are evacuating. Would you like to go?”
Nisha Mathews, a graduate student pursuing her Ph.D. in nursing from TWU’s Nelda C. Clark College of Nursing in Houston, will receive the 2020 Virginia Chandler Dykes scholarship from the College of Nursing.
Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing in Houston will host the annual Parry Distinguished Lectureship from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 5, at the Houston Endowment Auditorium, Room 2120, at TWU’s Houston Center in the Texas Medical Center.
TWU’s College of Nursing was the official sponsor of the annual national conference for the American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN) in Dallas, Sept. 19-21. AAHN promotes the appreciation and scholarship of nursing’s history to inform and shape nursing’s future.
A Texas Woman’s University Distinguished Alumna recognized nationally and internationally for her work advancing nursing education will be honored as a “Living Legend” this fall by the American Academy of Nursing.
Twenty-five nurses with ties to Texas Woman’s University in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston areas have been recognized for outstanding achievement and beyond-the-call-of-duty service this spring.
Texas Woman’s University today announced that Rosalie Mainous, a former collegiate dean, NIH-funded researcher, and the current director of academic nursing development for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), will become dean of TWU’s College of Nursing, effective Aug. 5.
As an undergraduate nursing student Shannon Duncan’s passion for the healthcare field was clear. However, she knew if she wanted to help more people and further her career, she needed to become involved in research on campus.
Duncan is now the first undergraduate student to walk into TWU Dallas’ Center for Research Design and Analysis (CRDA) on her own in pursuit of opportunities. This first step led Duncan on a journey that would end with her work published in the Journal of Forensic Nursing.
While most students are on vacation or enjoying a relaxing break from school, Shiley Ferguson donates her time to others through Alternative Spring Break (ASB) volunteer programs. Ferguson has already participated in two ASB trips and will embark on her third and final trip this year before graduating with a nursing degree in May.
Sometimes, inspiration comes from places we least expect it.
For Sabrenda Littles -- a member of TWU’s Houston nursing faculty, a business owner and a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves – inspiration came during numerous hospital waiting room visits as a child.
In nine years as associate dean of nursing on TWU's Dallas campus, Stephanie Woods has developed relationships and programs that have changed the face of the nursing program. Now, the proud alumna is pursuing her next challenge.
TWU Houston nursing faculty member Dr. Judy McFarlane was interviewed by Florida NPR station WGCU regarding her research.
Texas Woman’s University’s Dean of the College of Nursing, Anita Hufft, Ph.D., RN encourages nurses to consider a career educating the next generation.
Nurses make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. This week, we salute our nursing faculty, alum, future nurses and all that make up this honorable profession.
Texas Woman's University, Houston, Ph.D. candidate, Tamu Abreu, has been named to the national Leadership Council of the Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA). Applicants were sought from approximately 500 U.S. nursing programs with six students selected to serve on the council.
Anne Young, EdD, RN, professor at Texas Woman’s University’s Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing in Houston, has been named as the 2017 Gold Award winner for Excellence in Nursing Education – Faculty by the Good Samaritan Foundation. Young was presented with the award at the Excellence in Nursing awards luncheon held Monday, October 23, at the Royal Sonesta Hotel-Houston.
Texas Woman's University College of Nursing Professor Pinky Budhrani-Shani, Ph.D., has been awarded a $534,000 National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant for her proposed research on “Caring for Caregivers with Mind-Body Exercise,” the first-ever study related to the practice of Qigong for caregivers. This grant also marks the first time in more than a decade that TWU's College of Nursing has received funding from NIH.
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