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On Tuesday, Jan. 30, the Career Connections Center will be holding an event, Best Practices to ACE the Interview, from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Dallas campus. The event will be free for all TWU students, and it will focus on teaching students how to answer tricky interview questions
Who: TWU Houston Nursing Students What: The Nursing Career Fair, sponsored by the Career Connections Center, is an opportunity for TWU Houston nursing students to introduce themselves and network with a multitude of employers. Even if junior level students are not quite ready for professional employment yet, they can take this
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
TWU Dallas students: you have three weeks left! Now through Oct. 31, Dallas Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS-Dallas) psychologists are leading exercises centered on restoration and relaxation every Tuesday from 12 to 1 p.m. in 8720. Assistant Director of Dallas and Houston CAPS and Licensed Psychologist Dr. Linda Louden says, “Our
From leadership, networking connections, volunteer work, fundraising and mentorship, the Student Occupational Therapy Association in Houston provides occupational therapy students with opportunities for educational, professional and personal growth. “SOTA is a great way for students to ask questions, acquire knowledge, and bond with other students in the program,” Kelsey Orsak, SOTA president
If you did not already know, TWU is a great school. We have beautiful campuses, great staff members and a wonderful student body. Our Dallas campus, however, has something a little more special to take into consideration for those who are still on the fence about the beloved TWU. According to the Dallas Business Journal, TWU is
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 any given day 2.2 million people flood the busy streets of Houston, TX working diligently to create a better future in what has become a thriving metropolis centered around gas, oil, and cutting-edge healthcare. Of these 2.2 million, a humble 1300+ individuals belong to our very own Pioneer family and
The Career Connections Center is branching out to the Houston campus after the hiring of Career Consultant Lauren Lilly-Odom. Lilly-Odom is coming to TWU with extensive experience as the former Employer Events Coordinator at UT-Dallas. She is excited about taking on a position that allows her to work with students individually.
Finding herself among 400 individuals auditioning for the first Super Bowl Festival, TWU alumna Ressa Gallardo was ecstatic upon becoming one of the 75 chosen to perform at the Houston LIVE Exhibition. Beginning her musical career as a child signing karaoke at Filipino family gatherings, Gallardo ignited a passion that carried
Dallas Occupational Therapy student wins National award Studying Doctoral coursework in Occupational Therapy and working as a Dementia Care specialist in North Carolina, Heather McKay strives to find answers for the challenges of progressive dementia diseases. Her determination and successes in patient care led to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America and
The Dallas campus has a few more events in store for its students, faculty and staff as the Fall semester comes to a close. Before Winter Break, there will be opportunities to learn about faculty research, obtain free legal services, attend a Staff Council Meeting and participate in a lunch
Around this time of the semester , students start to burn-out. Thanksgiving break can not possibly get here fast enough. There is no way that there is even enough hours in the day to get your pre-finals work-load done, so you might not even get to enjoy your break anyway.
Why TWU is not the 'fugliest' building in Dallas The Dallas Observer posted an article 10 days ago naming TWU’s Dallas campus one of the fugliest buildings in Dallas. More than just the childish game of naming “fugly” buildings in Dallas, the article is without substance. First off, the article begins with
Arriving from Barcelona, Spain April, Dr. Juan Leyva-Moral is the most recent visiting scholar to study at the TWU Houston campus. With the help of Associate Nursing Professor, Dr. Joan E. Edwards, Dr. Leyva-Moral is studying Latina Women Living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (LWHIV) in the Houston area and how this affects