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TWU's Anderson receives Dr. G. Ann Uhlir Endowed Fellowship


DENTON — Dr. Gina Anderson, associate professor of teacher education at Texas Woman’s University, recently was awarded the Dr. G. Ann Uhlir Endowed Fellowship for Higher Education Administration. She will use the $1,000 Fellowship to attend the Power Pipeline Conference, a leadership program sponsored by The Foundation for Women’s Resources, in Dallas in April.

“This opportunity for personal and professional development will provide a chance to learn more about myself and others, and my own passions, purposes and strengths by other women leaders,” Dr. Anderson said. “I feel that this development is needed before I explore other administrative and leadership opportunities at TWU.”

The Dr. G. Ann Uhlir Endowed Fellowship for Higher Education Administration is designed to take beginning administrators, faculty or students interested in administration and help them develop the leadership, management and interpersonal skills needed to be a highly qualified and successful academic administrator. Dr. Ann Uhlir, founding dean of the TWU College of Health Sciences, provided initial funding for the fellowship in 1996.

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