Texas Woman's University

Texas Woman's University Texas Woman's University

304 Administration Drive, Denton, 76204, TX, US

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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.

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Jacob M. Blosser, Ph.D.

Jacob M. Blosser, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History

Professor Blosser is particularly interested in eighteenth-century religious history, popular culture, and the history of the book

American History Colonial America Revolutionary America The Atlantic World Early Modern Europe Religious History Popular Culture The History of the Book

Sheri Dragoo, Ph.D.

Sheri Dragoo, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Fashion

Dr. Dragoo’s primary teaching areas are fashion design, computer-aided design and illustration

Fashion Textiles Fashion Design Tailoring Illustration Event Planning and Promotion Computer Design Applications Construction Pattern-Making

Celia Lo, Ph.D.

Celia Lo, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology and Social Work

A sociologist and criminologist who researches substance use/misuse, crime and delinquency; disparities in health-risk behaviors and health.

Health Higher Education Drug and Alcohol Use Health Risk Crime and Delinquency Violence Racial Disparities

Tuong Vi Ho, Ph.D., CNS, NP

Tuong Vi Ho, Ph.D., CNS, NP

Associate Clinical Professor, College of Nursing

Expert on cancer, minority cancer research, nursing in developing countries, nursing cultural immersion and nursing in Vietnam.

Adult Health Cultural Immersion Cancer Research Nursing Education Nursing Care in Developing Countries

Niki Fogg, MSN., RN., CPN.

Niki Fogg, MSN., RN., CPN.

Assistant Clinical Professor

Niki Fogg is an expert in pediatric nursing, clinical learning methodology, innovated nursing simulation and pediatric nursing simulation.

Child Health Competencies Simulation Teaching Higher Education Child Health and Development Health Care

Gretchen Busl, Ph.D.

Gretchen Busl, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English

Gretchen Busl's research focuses on adaptation and translation in world literature.

World Literature Adaptation Translation Multilingualism Graduate Student Writing Women Writers Narrative Theory Global Media

Rosemary Candelario, Ph.D.

Rosemary Candelario, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Rosemary Candelario specializes in the Japanese avant-garde movement form butoh.

Dance Grant Writing Community Outreach Butoh Feminism Asian American Studies Arts Activism

Judith McFarlane, Dr.P.H., M.N.

Judith McFarlane, Dr.P.H., M.N.

Professor & Parry Nursing Chair in Health Promotion, College of Nursing & Parry Chair in Health Promotion & Disease Prevention

International expert on abused women and children, abuse during pregnancy, and interventions to treat depression and prevent abuse.

Abuse of Women Pregnancy and Abuse Depression and Abuse Interventions to Stop Abuse Partner Violence Biobehavioural Research Translational Research Access Redesign

Carolyn Moore, Ph.D., R.D., I.D.

Carolyn Moore, Ph.D., R.D., I.D.

Associate Professor, Nutrition and Food Sciences

Expert on foods that prevent obesity (peanuts), Vitamin D supplements and dietary interventions with obese children.

Nutrition Clinical Practice Cardiovascular Disease Health Services Digital Health Dietary Intervention Eating Disorders Bariatric Surgery

Ainslie T. Nibert, Ph.D., RN, FAAN

Ainslie T. Nibert, Ph.D., RN, FAAN

Associate Dean, College of Nursing

Ainslie Nibert is a nationally recognized expert in nursing testing and measurement who creates standardized exams

Nursing Testing Standardized Exams Online Remediation Content

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