The Career Connections Center will be holding a workshop from 12 to 1 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 29, “How to Avoid the Black Hole: Did They Get my Resume?” at the Dallas campus to assist students with getting the most out of their resume submissions. Associate Director of Career Consulting and Programming
A key component to student success can be attributed to maintaining a healthy physical state. Overlooking health concerns due to a strong focus on keeping up with academic requirements could result in several negative consequences. With the implementation of the Dallas Clinic Day, TWU Dallas students now have more access
Student organizations and activities are skyrocketing on the Texas Woman’s University Dallas Campus. The campus has seen a 50 percent growth in the number of student organizations in the past two years, according to Taylor Dukes, Dallas Center student life program coordinator. “With a more non-traditional student population, we strive to
On Nov. 9, three TWU students attended an anti-Trump rally located at AT&T Plaza at Victory Park, Dallas. Registrar Student Assistants senior Nutrition and Biology majors Jessica Dominguez and Wendy Guzman-Santos and Chemistry and Biochemistry Department Student Assistant Kimberly Gonzalez travelled together from Denton to attend. Dominguez shared that Gonzalez
Houston Occupational Therapy major Seneca Wilson is doing great things in her graduate career. In addition to being a full-time student, Wilson also works at the Mentis Neuro Health. Mentis Neuro Health is a rehabilitation organization with locations in Austin, San Antonio, Houston and El Paso as well as Stow, Ohio.
For the past two years, TWU Houston Physical Therapy students have traveled to South American countries to volunteer their time and work as physical therapists for a week. In 2015, a group of students embarked on the first non-profit service trip to Costa Rica. Now a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Sarah
Dallas Student Life is preparing for an amazing event the week of Oct. 17-20. Program Coordinator at Dallas Center for Student Life Taylor Dukes, explains the event: “The purpose of Global Care Week is to help prepare future healthcare professionals to be culturally competent practitioners. Student Life and the Counseling