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UNT System News Briefs – October 30, 2019

Date Published: 
Wednesday, October 30, 2019

UNT's One O'Clock Lab Band to Perform in Competition at Jazz at Lincoln Center
    D Magazine

The University of North Texas' Grammy-nominated jazz ensemble, the One O'Clock Lab Band, has been personally invited by Wynton Marsalis to ...

Arizona officials identify skeletal remains found 10 years ago

Efforts to identify the body included a forensic facial reconstruction generated by the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification.

Skeletal Remains Found in 2009 Identified
    Prescott eNews

This latest effort involves sharing a forensic facial reconstruction that was generated by the University of North Texas Center for Human identification, ...

'Stay with me, buddy': Denton officer badly wounded in traffic stop shootout
    The Dallas Morning News

... full of law enforcement officers from Denton, the University of North Texas, Texas Woman's University and the Denton County Sheriff's Office.

Dallas data highlights large racial disparities in justice, education systems
    The Dallas Morning News

Angela Downes, a professor and assistant director of experiential education at the University of North Texas in Dallas, attended the city's discussion ...

Horace Brock, pioneer of petroleum accounting, dies at age 92
    Denton Record Chronicle

Horace Rhea Brock, a retired accounting professor from the University of North Texas and a pioneer in the oil and gas accounting field, died Saturday.

Football: Fine, teammates vow to continue fighting after tough loss to Charlotte
    Denton Record Chronicle

North Texas quarterback Mason Fine vowed to do everything in his power to help salvage the Mean Green's season on Tuesday, just days after one of ...

5 takeaways from North Texas press conference
    Denton Record Chronicle

Nothing has gone right for the Mean Green this season. Coughing up a 14-point fourth-quarter lead while allowing two touchdowns in the final 3:44 ...