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Texas Woman's University President Retiring

Dr. Ann Stuart led Denton institution for more than 12 years



    Texas Woman's University President Retiring
    Texas Woman's University
    TWU president and chancellor Ann Stuart is retiring.

    After more than 12 years of leadership, Dr. Ann Stuart is retiring from the jobs of chancellor and president of Texas Woman's University.

    In a statement released Friday, Board of Regents Chair Mike McCullough credited Dr. Stuart with making TWU "a stronger and smarter university that is well-prepared for the challenges for tomorrow."

    Dr. Stuart is expected to stay at TWU until her successor is named by 2014.

    Among Dr. Stuart's credits:

    -Enrollment at TWU has grown 85 percent

    -20,000 graduates in health care, education and business

    -New facilities in Denton, Dallas and Houston

    TWU Board of Regents Vice Chair Sue Bancroft will lead the search for TWU's new chancellor and president.