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    TWU bilítera y certifícate named top 5  graduate program by Exelencia in education

TWU bilítera y certifícate named top 5 graduate program by Exelencia in education

Texas Woman’s University’s graduate program, Certificate of Biliteracy, was named one of the five graduate program finalists by Excelencia in Education.  The Certificate of Biliteracy program was created in August 2019 by Mary Amanda Stewart, associate professor in the department of literacy and learning, with the goal to give educators

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    Off-Campus Student Services resource fair connects students with Denton community

Off-Campus Student Services resource fair connects students with Denton community

Last Monday, the Off-Campus Student Services kicked off their first Campus and Community Resource Fair of the year, which allows all students to receive information on free resources provided by the university. At the beginning of each semester, the Off-Campus Student Services holds an event to allow graduates, off-campus, non-traditional,

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    Goodwill offering computer literacy classes at Denton libraries through Digital Career Accelerator program

Goodwill offering computer literacy classes at Denton libraries through Digital Career Accelerator program

Goodwill of North Central Texas is offering free computer literacy classes with Denton Public Library this fall through their Digital Career Accelerator program. This fall’s classes, which are offered at all three branches, began on Sept. 6 and will end Dec. 13. Topics covered so far include basic computer skills

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    Denton County provides resources for Suicide Prevention Month

Denton County provides resources for Suicide Prevention Month

Content warning: This story contains language and content related to suicide and mental health issues. Viewer discretion advised. The Denton County MHMR 24/7 Crisis Line is 1-800-762-0157. September is Suicide Prevention Month and Denton County will be participating in suicide aid training, Touched by Suicide memorial walks and community outreach

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    UNT, TWU collaborate on NASA research project

UNT, TWU collaborate on NASA research project

The University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University have teamed up for a NASA-funded research project to work on the Artemis moon landings. The $900,000 grant from NASA was given to the universities for a three-year long project with the intention of helping put “the first woman and first

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    North Texas Daily e-edition September 21, 2023

North Texas Daily e-edition September 21, 2023

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    Denton 360 Academy begins 2nd year

Denton 360 Academy begins 2nd year

The Denton 360 Academy, a program from the city of Denton that was started to teach participants about the local government and community, will begin its second run on Sept. 21. The program will be held on select Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m.

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    City council discusses taxes and northeast area plan with high turn out

City council discusses taxes and northeast area plan with high turn out

Denton residents spoke at the Denton City Council last night in response to the Northeast Denton Area plan and the incoming property tax increase.  The group called Save Northeast Denton, which consists of a group of around 80 bicyclists, showed up in response to the Northeast Denton Area Plan, which

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    ERCOT issues conservation appeal after declaring then rescinding emergency alert

ERCOT issues conservation appeal after declaring then rescinding emergency alert

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas issued its Energy Emergency Alert 2 on Sept. 6 due to low power levels, according to an ERCOT statement. No outages were required to manage power levels and the emergency alert was switched for a conservation appeal the next day. The power supply was low

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    Doctoral student receives federal grant for research in algorithms for network comparison

Doctoral student receives federal grant for research in algorithms for network comparison

College of Engineering doctoral student Ali Khan has received a $53,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his research developing neuro-symbolic algorithms for network comparison. The 28-year-old is the sole recipient of the large grant. Khan first applied for the Graduate Research Fellowship as a senior in the department

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