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Spring 2009

Chancellor and President Dr. Ann Stuart...

…hosted a luncheon honoring Florence A. Doswell, who recently gave $3 million to TWU’s new T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center. TWU’s college of nursing in Dallas will be named The Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell College of Nursing in honor of this gift. Standing, from left: Robert Felty, relationship manager for Bank of America; Dr. Caryl Mobley, associate dean of the TWU College of Nursing in Dallas; Ken Fricke and Carl Johnston, nephews of Mrs. Doswell; Sharon Johnston, wife of Mr. Johnston; Chancellor Stuart; TWU Regent Virginia Chandler Dykes and Karen Kernodle Martin, TWU director of development. Seated, from left: TWU nursing student Barbara Gruendemann, Mrs. Doswell and TWU Student Regent Scarlett Pope.
…was the guest speaker at a meeting of the San Antonio chapter of the TWU Former Students Association. Standing, from left: Chancellor Stuart, Ginger Purdy, Ellen Brient, Helen Grimm, Dr. Birgit Junfi n Glass and Dr. Magdalena Traudt. Seated, from left: Judy Morton and Bea Zapeda, San Antonio FSA chapter president.
…congratulated members of the 2008 TWU gymnastics team as they received rings commemorating their USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championship. The 2008 championship represented TWU’s ninth national title in 15 years.
…hosted a reception for science faculty, staff and students celebrating the start of construction on the new TWU Science Building. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Virginia Kasenic, biology student; Dr. Richard Sheardy, chair of the Chemistry and Physics Department; Dr. Don Edwards, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; and biology students Ndidi Uzor and Asha Jairamdas.
…attended the Mad Hatter’s Patron Party at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Deborah Brown, Claire Cunningham, Patricia Cowlishaw and Emilynn Wilson.
…welcomed representatives of the Reliable Life Insurance Company as they presented a $5,000 scholarship to TWU student Monica Vega, center. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: William N. Patrick, regional vice president of Reliable Life; Eddie Malcom, Reliable Life Dallas district manger; Ms. Vega, a sophomore pre-nursing major; Mili Guerrero, TWU admissions counselor; and Governor Jackson; TWU director of financial aid.
…attended the Halloween Coffee for faculty and staff on the Denton campus. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are staff from the Division of Student Life, who dressed up as Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz.”
…hosted a Chat with the Chancellor at the Lowry Woods apartment community on the Denton Campus. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are students, from left: Michele Nichole Phillips, Ashley A. Lewis and Ellen Grace Reinhard.

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