News and Announcements

"This new cold war will be far worse than the first"

Historian Mary Elise Sarotte will discuss how post-Cold War events brought the world to a new Cold War at the Jamison Lecture on April 11.

Danley-Scott pens op-ed in FWST

Jennifer Danley-Scott of the Political Science faculty wrote an opinion piece for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "We need more women running for Texas Legislature. First step: higher pay."

Covarelli makes most of TWU experience

Jianna Covarelli, who recently began her one-year term as student regent on the TWU System Board of Regents, has made use of every resource at TWU to sharpen her vision, refine her goals and prepare herself for her coming career.

TWU alumna overcomes hardships on journey to Austin

Dawna-Diamond Tyson's life has been a bit of a rollercoaster. But with a master's degree in political science from TWU in hand, Tyson is at the 88th regular session of the Texas Legislature as a policy analyst for José Menéndez, state senator from San Antonio.

TWU's Brock addresses hunger issues in Washington Post

TWU political science professor Clare Brock penned an article on the Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health, the first in more than 50 years. Hopes are high of achieving a goal of ending hunger in America by 2030.