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Texas Woman’s faculty Christopher Bolinger wins national research award

Texas Woman’s University communication sciences and disorders faculty member Christopher Bolinger, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, was selected as one of 10 recipients for a national research award given by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

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TWU tackles shortage, growing demand for speech therapists with unique collaborative program

Texas Woman’s University—one of the nation’s top producers of speech therapists—will place 124 new graduates in public schools across the state, the largest group of speech-language pathologists to graduate in Texas this year. Because of this program, the Lone Star State's public schools benefit from cost savings and a guaranteed pipeline of high-demand professionals.

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Texas Woman's student named Schweitzer Fellow

Roselyn Cedeno Davila, a Texas Woman’s University master’s student in Texas Woman's student named Schweitzer Fellow from Dallas, will spend the next year learning to effectively address the social factors that impact health after being awarded a fellowship with the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the prestigious Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program.

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Occupational therapy as critical today as it was 100 years ago

April is national Occupational Therapy Month and 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the profession that helps everyone from birth to old age live their best lives.

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At-home multi-sensory environment can help those on autism spectrum

Everyone processes the world through their senses.  For those with sensory processing disorders, such as a child with autism, this can be an uncomfortable and over-stimulating experience.  Occupational therapists work with individuals with sensory processing disorders to help them experience their environments in a more productive manner.  

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TWU student team celebrates Nutrition College Bowl win

TWU Nutrition students out-answered their competition to win the annual Nutrition College Bowl at the recent Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference and Exhibition.

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Access to preventive health care can boost Texas women’s economic outlook

A recently released study by TWU and the Dallas Women's Foundation sheds light on the economic disparities Texas women face in regards to the four essential building blocks of women's economic security: health insurance, education, child care and housing. As a physical therapist and TWU faculty member, Wayne Brewer, Ph.D.,  has seen firsthand how lack of financial security impacts the lives of patients, particularly women who are heads of households.

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Texas Woman’s faculty Nancy DiMarco elected to credentialing commission

Nancy DiMarco, Ph.D., RDN, CSSD, Texas Woman’s University nutrition and food sciences professor and director of the university’s Institute for Women’s Health, recently was elected by the members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to serve on its Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR). DiMarco will serve a three-year term.

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Program invests in veteran sports training and activities

The TWU Lasso reports on Nicholas Levine, a TWU kinesiology doctoral student, who is the first recipient of the Project INVEST Scholarship sponsored by Heritage Health Solutions in Flower Mound. TWU's Project INVEST (Injured Veterans Entering Sports Training) gets veterans active in adaptive sports.

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