Regents give green light to health science building project

The Texas Woman’s University System Board of Regents today approved a plan to build a 175,000-square-foot health science center for the Denton campus to support growth in the colleges of health sciences and nursing and other collaborative efforts.

Regents authorize names for social work division, new nursing center

The Texas Woman’s University System Board of Regents today approved naming features for a new nursing research center to be established at the university’s Dallas campus and for the existing division of social work at the Denton campus.

TWU to celebrate 50+ years of nursing PhD

The world has learned many lessons the past two years with the sudden arrival of — and adjustments to — COVID-19, perhaps none more pressing than there is an overwhelming need for more nurses. Nurses, however, do not just appear. It takes education and training as well as research into the best ways to nurse patients. That requires doctoral-educated nurses with careers in health administration, education, clinical research, and advanced clinical practice.

Veteran pursues passion with nursing degree

Often, when someone graduates with a bachelor’s degree, they feel ready to take on the world. That isn’t the case for Josh Pinson, set to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). 

Mom unfazed by new country, language in earning PhD

It has been a long journey from her home in a rural village in India to the urban sprawl of Houston — not to mention the challenge of learning a new language and figuring out modern conveniences — but mother of three Anila Simon has endured plenty, and soon she will receive a PhD in nursing science.