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Fall 2007

Chancellor and President Dr. Ann Stuart...

Roland Dykes, Ann Stuart, Barry and Lana Andress, Madeleine and Boone Pickens, and Virginia Chandler Dykes …attended a reception honoring T. Boone Pickens as the recipient of the Sixth Annual Virginia Chandler Dykes Leadership Award. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Roland Dykes, Barry and Lana Andrews, Madeleine and Boone Pickens, and Virginia Chandler Dykes.
Attending were, from left: Agelia Perez McGowan, Steve McNamara, Mary Martha Lappe, Chancellor Stuart, Herbert Karpicke and Susan Elmore. …hosted a board meeting of the Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Friends at the TWU Institute of Health Sciences-Houston Center. Attending were, from left: Agelia Perez McGowan, Steve McNamara, Mary Martha Lappe, Chancellor Stuart, Herbert Karpicke and Susan Elmore.
Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Lilia Chávez Bynum, president and CEO of United Way of Denton County; Sheri Dragoo and Tracy Lindsay, TWU SECC co-chairs; Jack Becker, chair of the Denton County SECC Local Employee Committee; and Jodi Ramon, SECC Local Campaign manager. …launched TWU’s 2007 State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) at a tropicthemed luncheon. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Lilia Chávez Bynum, president and CEO of United Way of Denton County; Sheri Dragoo and Tracy Lindsay, TWU SECC co-chairs; Jack Becker, chair of the Denton County SECC Local Employee Committee; and Jodi Ramon, SECC Local Campaign manager.
The chancellor chats with sudents. ...held a Chat with the Chancellor for students on the Denton campus. Topics for the question and answer session included working with your supervisor and how to find and make the most of an internship.
The Chancellor chats with students on the Denton campus. …welcomed students from the Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School to the “Fit to Lead” summer camp held at TWU and sponsored by the Foundation for the Education of Young Women.
Shown with Chancellor Stuart is Lauren Nitschke of 3-DG Environmental Graphics, the company that designed and fabricated the pieces. …watched the installation of two large metal art pieces outside the entrance to the new Redbud Theater Complex. The pieces, which fl ank the entrance, repeat the movement of the undulating wall that is the theater’s signature element. Shown with Chancellor Stuart is Lauren Nitschke of 3-DG Environmental Graphics, the company that designed and fabricated the pieces.
Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Cathy Wenger and Krisanne Key. …worked on behalf of the Denton Benefi t League at a garage sale benefi ting the Denton Humane Society. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Cathy Wenger and Krisanne Key.
Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Chuck Roehrig, John Baskin, Rick Boudreau and Luis Quiroga. …met with students in the Southern Methodist University executive leadership class. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Chuck Roehrig, John Baskin, Rick Boudreau and Luis Quiroga.
Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Roy Baines, president, and Fred Funk, president-elect. …spoke to members of the Denton Kiwanis Club. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Roy Baines, president, and Fred Funk, president-elect.

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