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U.S. News and World Report ranks TWU's library and information studies and occupational and physical therapy programs among the nation's best. TWU is the only university in Texas to offer Ph.D.s in dance, occupational therapy, physical therapy and women's studies.

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Two Texas Woman's University nursing Ph.D. candidates named Jonas Scholars

Corletta Aririguzo and Kimberly Landrum, both Ph.D. nursing students at Texas Woman's University, have been named as Jonas Nurse Scholars by the Jonas Center.

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University offers new online master's degree in child life

Preparing professionals to support children and their families in medical settings is the focus of a new online graduate degree program at Texas Woman’s University.

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Texas Woman’s Hub for Women in Business announces inaugural class of Minerva Scholars

TWU's Hub for Women in Business offers annual Minerva Scholarships up to $6,500 for tuition and fees. These scholarships are available to incoming first-year students and master's level students from anywhere in the country who wish to open a business in Texas and fulfill specified application requirements.

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Graduate Students receive Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

Graduate students, Athena Davies (Nursing), Haley Mowdy (English) & Chloe Rogers (Health Studies), have been named Schweitzer Fellows. Their community-based prevention and intervention projects address skin cancer and other skin disorders, long-term financial security and health care access & the prevention of colorectal cancer.

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