UNT System News Briefs – July 29, 2019

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Monday, July 29, 2019

Dr. Wesley Randall, Dean of UNT at Frisco, appears on KRLD CEO Spotlight
    KRLD Radio

Dr, Wesley Randall, Dean for UNT at Frisco, joined KRLD business reporter David Johnson for the weekly CEO Spotlight interview.

Dr. Karen Shumway, UNT Dallas School of Business Dean, guests on Bridging Gaps
    Spreaker

Dr. Karen Shumway, founding dean for the UNT Dallas School of Business, joined UNT System Chancellor Lesa Roe and Chief Communications Officer Paul Corliss on the Bridging Gaps podcast.

Football: UNT's Fine named to watchlist for Walter Camp Award
    Denton Record Chronicle

Fine's return is one of the big reasons the Mean Green were picked to win C-USA's West Division in the league's preseason poll. He and his ...

Undecided position battles heading into UNT's fall camp Part 2 -- Linebacker spots up for grabs
    Denton Record Chronicle

KD Davis was a highly regarded prospect who signed with UNT as part of the Mean Green's 2018 signing class, while Tyreke Davis has been a ...

At 91, Denton-raised big band vocalist is low key about the high life of her youth
    Dallas News

Born Hilda Cunningham, Rautenberg had just started at North Texas State Teachers College — now the University of North Texas — when she and ...

The Colonel abides: Bruce Burns celebrates 100th show on KUZU-FM
    Denton Record Chronicle

So when he discovered that the University of North Texas had an emergency administration and planning program, which combined the hard sciences ...

West Hickory rebuild back on drawing board
    Denton Record Chronicle

Krutka, a University of North Texas professor, said he likes what's coming to Hickory Street, but he's also concerned that there's no temporary fix.

Bone washed ashore during hurricane belonged to missing teen
    Washington Times

The Palm Beach Post reports that last weekend the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification determined the bone was Normil's.

Four score and 10 years ago
    Cleburne Times-Review

The hope is that, through a program administered through the University of North Texas, the papers will soon be digitized and placed online.