Celeste Graham, mother, high school special education teacher and PhD candidate in Texas Woman’s University's department of social sciences and historical studies, published a column, "The Factual Retelling of History Is the Greatest Tool that Activists and Advocates Have," with the Fort Worth Weekly.
Each December, Texas Woman's University history professor Jacob Blosser and his wife, Kathy, welcome TWU students into their Denton home.
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.
Dr. Christina Bejarano, TWU professor of political science and director of graduate study in History & Political Science, will be among the speakers at the Latinas Represent Summit on Oct. 8.
The online event is described as "building a more reflective democracy by increasing the number and diversity of Latinas in elected office."
July 1, 2022 – DENTON - The Texas Woman's University History Program on Friday published the 15th edition of Ibid., A Student History Journal.
Ibid is written and produced by the members of the TWU Eta Nu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society.