Nutrition and Food Sciences programs gain reaccreditation
A national accrediting body has given high marks and granted full reaccreditation to two key Texas Woman’s Nutrition and Food Sciences programs.
PhD candidate’s research featured in noted publications
In November, Stephanie Lopez-Neyman’s study linking racial disparities to cardiovascular disease was published in Scientific Reports. A week later, an article highlighting the same study appeared in Healio.com, a website that reports on clinical issues and socioeconomic topics.
TWU alum adds 100-mile race to adventure résumé
Texas Woman’s alumna Roxanne Gonzales-Vogel completed the historic ultramarathon Leadville Trail 100 Run. The race is the latest accolade for the adventurer who loves to run and climb to the highest peaks.
Nutrition graduate serves students with passion and engagement
Keeping an open mind and treating everything as a learning experience has been the key to success for Texas Woman’s May 2022 nutrition graduate Theodora “Theo” Sam-Brew. That was especially true for her while serving as the Student Government Association (SGA) president during COVID. But her passion for working for her fellow students led her to overcome challenges and accomplish great things.
Nutrition graduate uses education, experience to combat campus food insecurity
Texas Woman’s May 2022 nutrition doctoral graduate Francilia Brito Silva is on a mission to improve the eating habits of students and combat food insecurity on campus. As a vital contributor to the TWU Health and Wellbeing Initiative, she has already made a huge impact on campus and plans to do even more after graduation.
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