TWU grad student attends Green Chemistry School

TWU graduate student Raven Gallenstein was one of sixty students selected to attend the Green Chemistry Summer School, hosted by the American Chemistry Association and held in Golden, Colo., last summer.

TWU joining race to return to the moon

NASA has awarded TWU and the University of North Texas a three-year, $900,000 grant, part of a $14 million program with 19 colleges and universities "to participate in critical spaceflight research and prepare a new generation of diverse students for careers in the nation's science, technology, engineering, and math workforce," NASA explained.

Lyda Hill Philanthropies awards grant to expand STEM pathways at TWU

Collaboration with Dallas College, North Central Texas College, Tarrant County College will encourage students to pursue four-year STEM degrees.

Trio represents TWU at American Society for Virology conference

Juliet Spencer, PhD and director of the School of the Sciences, and graduate students Erica Garcia and Kiran Tajuddin represented Texas Woman's University at ASV2023, the American Society for Virology’s annual conference in Athens, GA.

A scientist who means business

While much of humanity spent the COVID lockdown binging in front of a television, Juliet Spencer was improving herself. In addition to virtually conducting her copious duties as director of TWU's School of the Sciences and as a biology professor, Spencer was earning an MBA from TWU.

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