AUSTIN — A few years ago, Jadzia Hardeman was a high school senior working full time at a McDonald’s to help her sick mother afford cancer treatments. The Oak Cliff girl figured the cost of a college education, and a better career, a better life, were beyond her reach.
With a new job, Nancy Hong hopes to expedite her career goal — help create 100,000 jobs. Hong is now the director of student programs at Texas Woman’s University’s center for women in business after leading the Innovation Greenhouse at the University of North Texas.
A search is underway for a director of institutional compliance for UNT, and Steven Hill, who previously served in the role, is now director of business development.
Dean hired for College of Health Sciences Christopher T. Ray, the associate dean for research at the University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation, will start as dean of TWU’s College of Health Sciences next month.
OAKDALE, N.Y. — (AP) A struggling liberal arts college that had a striking waterfront campus but fewer and fewer students is closing its doors.
The University of North Texas could have an exclusive, multi-year agreement with the Dallas Cowboys by this fall that would cover marketing, internships and educational opportunities for students.