Texas Woman's University

Texas Woman's University Texas Woman's University

304 Administration Drive, Denton, 76204, TX, US


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.



Experts (57)

Manal Omary, Ph.D.

Manal Omary, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

An accomplished researcher with a variety of grants related to the defense industry

Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Writing About Research Analytical Chemistry

Mary  Williford-Shade, M.F.A., C.M.A.

Mary Williford-Shade, M.F.A., C.M.A.

Professor and Chair

Mary Williford-Shade is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Dance and the Co-Coordinator of the School of the Arts at TWU.

Teaching Performance Dance Higher Education

Lizabeth  Spoonts, M.S.

Lizabeth Spoonts, M.S.

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Dental Hygiene

Lizabeth Spoonts is an associate clinical professor in dental hygiene at Texas Woman's University.

Higher Education Teaching Dental Health Health Promotion

Gina Anderson, Ed.D.

Gina Anderson, Ed.D.

Associate Dean, College of Professional Education

Dr. Anderson has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in curriculum, pedagogy, educational foundations, and diversity

Curriculum and Instruction Pedagogy Educational Foundations Diversity Curriculum Design Distance Learning Higher Education Leadership Partnership Development Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Teacher Preparation

Joel  Muro, Ph.D.

Joel Muro, Ph.D.

Professor, Counseling and Development

Dr. Muro is an assistant professor of Counseling and Development at Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas.

Anxiety Music Play Multicultural Issues College Counselling

Patrick Bynane, Ph.D.

Patrick Bynane, Ph.D.

Director, Drama Program & Professor, History, Theory and Criticism, Script Analysis

Professor Bynane has worked professionally as a teacher, actor, director and technician in North Carolina, Louisiana, Missouri and Ohio

Theatre History Literature and Structure Improvisation Theatre Acting and Directing

Chad  Swank, Ph.D., P.T., N.C.S.

Chad Swank, Ph.D., P.T., N.C.S.

Associate Professor, School of Physical Therapy

Swank is an expert on neuromuscular rehabilitation, Bionic Ekso-Skeleton and Neuromuscular rehabilitation for patients with Parkinson’s.

Physical Therapy Health Mobility Neurological Disability Higher Education Teaching

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