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University of North Texas

DFW Healthcare Brief: Nanoscope Therapeutics’ New HQ and Kindred Hospital’s New Rehab Unit

Plus Scottish Rite for Children's award, UNT's fungal drug research, and more.

COVID-19 Bulletin (01/25/22)

95 percent of patients who died from COVID-19 at Parkland were unvaccinated. Hospitalized patients with COVID drops.
By DFW Healthcare Brief: Nanoscope Therapeutics' New HQ and Kindred Hospital's New Rehab Unit Jencie Tomasek
University of North Texas

The University of North Texas Will Have an M.D. as Its New Chancellor

The unanimous selection arrives with decades of experience in the healthcare field.
Personnel Moves

UNT System Chancellor To Retire Next Year

Plus, City Hospital at White Rock welcomes new CEO, Whitley Penn promotes controller, and more.
By Diante Marigny
FEA finalists announced art

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Financial Executives Awards 2021

The program honors outstanding CFOs and other finance executives at public companies, private companies, nonprofit organizations, and public-sector entities.


Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: DFW’s Top Leases, Sales, and New Projects

Downtown Dallas CVS sold to Florida-based buyer, The American Athletic Conference moves to Las Colinas, and UNT renews 56,000 square foot lease in Frisco.

DFW Fares Well, but Not Good Enough, in Assessment of How Universities Support Low-Income Students

A couple of our local establishments top the list. But everyone has a way to go.
By Shawn Shinneman

Design Students Bring Wearable Technology to UNT Opera’s Don Giovanni

This weekend, Mozart's classic tale gets a modern spin from "Me Too" mentions and 3D printed costumes.
By Scotlyn Ogle
Classical Music

UNT’s One O’Clock Lab Band to Perform in Competition at Jazz at Lincoln Center

The band is one of 10 collegiate jazz ensembles that were handpicked for a prestigious new competition.

News Anchor: Trump’s Amazon Attack Was Just a Negotiating Ploy

Anti-Amazon tweet really had to do with the online giant's federal contracting work, FOX's Melissa Francis says in Dallas.