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D CEO Awards Programs

Winners Revealed: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards

D CEO and Communities Foundation of Texas honored DFW nonprofits and the companies that support them at The Factory in Deep Ellum.
Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2022

Presented in partnership with Communities Foundation of Texas, year's awards will recognize 126 North Texas nonprofit organizations and corporations.
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Dallas History

How Paul Quinn College Put History on Its Basketball Court

How Paul Quinn College, the state’s oldest HBCU, is using a unique canvas to tell the story of its university and the history of the people it serves.

D CEO Editors’ Favorite Business Stories of 2021

The greatest strength of the region’s economy—its diversity—was reflected in our coverage. Here are some of the year’s most memorable profiles and features.
Michaell Sorrell

How Michael Sorrell is Remaking Education at Paul Quinn

While students have continued learning off campus, the Paul Quinn College president has jumped on the opportunity to transform the school, creating a new model for higher-ed.



Southern Dallas COVID-19 Testing Sites Are Facing an ‘Onslaught’

Hundreds of residents are being turned away as the disease continues to spread rapidly.
Commercial Real Estate

Uber Technologies Breaks Ground on Future Deep Ellum 23-Story Tower Dallas Headquarters

Two New Renderings of The Epic II Office Tower were released from Westdale post-groundbreaking

Paul Quinn Expands Its Urban Work College Model to Plano

The new location will open to students during the 2018-2019 school year and offer internships at some of the city's largest employers.
By Alex Edwards
Farmers Markets

Paul Quinn College Gets a Farmers Market

Good Local Markets is bringing healthy options to the South Dallas food desert.
By Nancy Nichols

Paul Quinn Becomes First Historically Black College to be Designated a ‘Work College’

President Michael Sorrell expects the new accolade to help him expand the school's work program nationally.
By Renee Yan