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The TWU Leadership Institute announces its 2010-2011 participants


DENTON — The Texas Woman’s University Leadership Institute has selected 16 students as its 2010-2011 participants.

Students are selected based on their GPA, recommendations from faculty and their leadership and activity in TWU organizations.

“Having excellent leadership skills is essential to success in today’s increasingly global society,” said retired Maj. Gen. Mary Saunders, executive director of the TWU Leadership Institute. “These students have demonstrated their leadership potential and desire to contribute to the greater good through their campus, civic and community involvement.”


TWU Chancellor Ann Stuart founded the TWU Leadership Institute in 2006 to address a nationally recognized need for leadership in civic affairs, volunteer organizations and corporate and entrepreneurial initiatives. The institute’s mission is to advance the understanding and practice of effective, ethical leadership for the development of innovative, collaborative and responsible global leaders. Financial freedom, leadership development and health and wellness are the three primary components of the TWU Leadership Institute. For more information, visit

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