Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is the largest public university in the nation primarily for women and has an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students on campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston. Since its founding in 1901, TWU has produced more than 88,000 graduates in fields vital to the growth and quality of life in Texas and the nation, including nursing, health care, education and business.
Professor and Ph.D. & D.N.P. Program Coordinator, College of Nursing
Sandra Cesario is an expert on ovarian cancer, cultural aspects of childbearing and birth, violence against women and environmental design.
Ovarian Cancer Environmental Design Second Stage Labor Management Multiculturalism Women's Health Violence Against Women Cultural Aspects of Childbearing and Birth Newborn Abandonment Health of Women and Newborns Global Health
Associate Professor & Director for the Center for Global Nursing Scholarship, College of Nursing
Joan Edwards is an expert in global nursing, global health, nursing education, maternal health care and cultural immersion in nursing.
Nursing Nursing Administration Global Health University Teaching Perinatal Outcomes Capacity Building Nursing Education International Development Mentoring Maternal Health Care
Professor & Associate Director, School of Occupational Therapy
Expert in occupation theory and its impact on clinical reasoning, and developed the SCOPE (Short Child Occupational Profile) assessment.
Occupational Therapy Educational Leadership Mental Health Training University Teaching Clinical Research Child Development Pediatrics Rehabilitation
Assistant Professor of Music Therapy
Dr. Zanders' areas of clinical specialty include music therapy with children, developmental disabilities, and foster care youth.
Music Therapy Foster Care Clinical Therapeutics Psychiatry Developmental Disabilities Qualitative Research University Teaching
Professor & Doswell Endowed Chair in Nursing Informatics, College of Nursing
Expert in nursing informatics, telehealth, health informatics, patient care management and technology in nursing.
Heathcare Patient Safety Clinical Research Telehealth Informatics Nursing Teaching Higher Education Health Care Management
Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences
Tilton’s expertise is in social policy, community development and medical social work and sociology
Health Disparity Health Policy Social Work Education Hiv / Aids
Associate Professor, School of Occupational Therapy
Expert in pediatric occupational therapy, creative arts interventions, cultural arts access programming and the arts in health care.
Creative Arts Interventions Cultural Arts Access Programming Cultural Arts Access Programming Creativity International Orphan Relief
Professor, Department of Health Care Administration
Gerald Goodman is an expert in medical device safety, patient safety and health care related occupational safety.
Medical Device Safety Patient Safety Medical Device Error Health Care Related Occupational Safety
Associate Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders & Director, Neurophysiology Lab
Jyutika Mehta is an expert in neuroscience, neuropsychology, sensory correlations in autism and sensory processing.
Communications Disorders Speech Language Pathology Brain Stimulation Event-Related Potentials
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, and Cornaro Professor of Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies at Texas Woman’s University
Expert on Feminism and religion, Ecofeminism and single-sex education. Internationally recognized for her research on Birgitta of Sweden.
Religion and Women's Studies Feminist Perspectives on Religion Ecofeminism Feminist Ethics Single-Sex Education
Industry Experience (2)