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Spring 2012

Chancellor and President Ann Stuart...

...celebrated the 100th birthday of donor Florence A. Doswell, seated center, with nursing faculty and students at the TWU Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell College of Nursing in Dallas. TWU nursing students gave Mrs. Doswell 100 birthday cards to commemorate the occasion.
...welcomed more than 60 TWU student leaders to a picnic at University House on the Denton campus. Student leaders enjoyed food and music with Chancellor Stuart, her dogs Georgette and Honeybear, and other university officials. a luncheon for faculty and staff at the TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center with TWU Provost Dr. Robert Neely, right.
...attended the TWU Institute of Health Sciences-Houston Center Service Awards ceremony. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are faculty and staff who were recognized for their service to TWU.
...hosted a luncheon honoring the 2011-2012 Chancellor’s Student Research Scholars. The Chancellor’s Student Research Scholars program recognizes outstanding achievement by undergraduate and graduate students in research and the creative arts.
...attended the 2012 Virginia Chandler Dykes Luncheon held at the Belo Mansion in Dallas. Shown with Chancellor Stuart are, from left: Virginia Chandler Dykes, Kimberly Schlegel Whitman and Myrna Schlegel, co-recipients of the 2012 Virginia Chandler Dykes Leadership Award, and Norm Bagwell, chairman and CEO of Bank of Texas, sponsor of the luncheon.
...hosted a “TGIF” reception for faculty at the TWU University House. Shown with Chancellor Stuart is Dr. Phyllis Bridges, TWU Cornaro Professor of English.
...helped launch the City of Denton’s Age Well Live Well Campaign, which strives to make Denton a model of healthy living at all ages. Shown with Chancellor Stuart at the campaign’s kick-off event are, from left: Ken Bomar, marketing director for volunteer and community engagement with the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services; Todd Whitthorne, president and CEO of Cooper Concepts, Inc.; Mark Burroughs, mayor of the city of Denton; Dr. Herman Totten, UNT vice president for university and community affairs; Dr. Nancy DiMarco, director of the TWU Institute for Women’s Health; and Dr. Thomas Evenson, dean of the UNT College of Public Affairs and Community Service.
...attended a piano recital performance by Dr. Richard Schuster, TWU associate professor of music and coordinator of piano stud- ies. Shown with Chancellor Stuart at a reception in the Blagg Huey Library are Dr. Schuster and TWU President Emerita Mary Evelyn Blagg Huey.

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