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Accounting Today
Firm News – July 22, 2016Conference in New York. At the meeting, it gave out a number of awards: Lancelo
Firm News – July 22, 2016
Accounting Today / Posted 11 hours ago
Conference in New York. At the meeting, it gave out a number of awards: Lancelot H. Giles, a graduate student at The University of Texas at Dallas, received the 2016 Esther R. Sawyer Award for his essay, “Internal Auditor, Advocate for... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
No play, no pay: Why North Texas colleges got shut out on new grants for star researchersand New York have several such colleges. We got shut out in the latest competi
No play, no pay: Why North Texas colleges got shut out on new grants for star researchers
Dallas Morning News / Posted yesterday
and New York have several such colleges. We got shut out in the latest competition because one candidate, courted by the University of Texas at Dallas, had a late change of heart. That happens in recruiting. But two other emerging research... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Though rattled by Dallas ambush, most police departments aren't changing policiesin our country, and that police officers are at risk because of that,” said Dr.
Though rattled by Dallas ambush, most police departments aren't changing policies
Dallas Morning News / Posted yesterday
in our country, and that police officers are at risk because of that,” said Dr. Robert Taylor, a criminology professor at University of Texas at Dallas. But few departments are expected to make significant changes to their procedures for big... Read more
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Business Wire
WRDS Announces Addition of 2iQ – Bringing Power of Insider Transaction Data to Financial ResearchW. Jin (Quantitative Management Associates), J. Livnat (New York University, Qu
WRDS Announces Addition of 2iQ – Bringing Power of Insider Transaction Data to Financial Research
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
W. Jin (Quantitative Management Associates), J. Livnat (New York University, Quantitative Management Associates), Y. Zhang (University of Texas at Dallas) Are Directors' Dealings Informative? Evidence from European Stock Markets, K. Dardas... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Debunked: Is it more dangerous to go to the hospital in July?to syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at Th
Debunked: Is it more dangerous to go to the hospital in July?
Dallas Morning News / Posted 3 days ago
to syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at The Dallas Morning News and a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. I worked as a medical doctor and disease detective before training to be a journalist. On... Read more
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Newsmax
Regular Mental and Physical Exercise Helps Aging Brainsswimming or jogging -- helps protect the brain against the effects of aging. Th
Regular Mental and Physical Exercise Helps Aging Brains
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
swimming or jogging -- helps protect the brain against the effects of aging. This new study, from researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas, USA, has found that physical activity alone is not enough to take care of the brain, as... Read more
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New Kerala
Mental, physical exercises boost brain in different ways - newkerala.com #92336and executive function, such as planning and problem-solving," study lead autho
Mental, physical exercises boost brain in different ways - newkerala.com #92336
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
and executive function, such as planning and problem-solving," study lead author Sandra Bond Chapman, Professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, noted. Participants in the cognitive training group also demonstrated a 7.9 per cent increase... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
All brain training protocols do not return equal benefits, study revealsexecutive function whereas aerobic activity improves memory, according to new C
All brain training protocols do not return equal benefits, study reveals
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
executive function whereas aerobic activity improves memory, according to new Center for BrainHealth research at The University of Texas at Dallas. The study, published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, found that healthy adults who... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Genealogist undaunted by challengeinto on their journey. Larry McCarty has been a guest speaker on Culture and C
Genealogist undaunted by challenge
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
into on their journey. Larry McCarty has been a guest speaker on Culture and Communications of African Americans at the University of Texas at Dallas and has presented at local libraries, genealogical societies, and family reunions across... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Black Lives Matter supporters say their Dallas work will continueliving normally as though nothing is wrong,” said Mokuria, who works at the Ins
Black Lives Matter supporters say their Dallas work will continue
Dallas Morning News / Posted 6 days ago
living normally as though nothing is wrong,” said Mokuria, who works at the Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas and is the mother of a 6-year-old boy. “We have to stop the killings of black people, brown... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Mike Koprowski: Dallas remains segregated and it hurts all of ushope that our people will ever learn to live together." Additionally, recent co
Mike Koprowski: Dallas remains segregated and it hurts all of us
Dallas Morning News / Posted 8 days ago
hope that our people will ever learn to live together." Additionally, recent cognition research by Sheen S. Levine of the University of Texas at Dallas and David Stark at Columbia suggests that diversity makes us smarter by improving our critical... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Baby is first in Texas born with birth defect linked to Zikato areas with a Zika outbreak are advised to discuss testing with their health
Baby is first in Texas born with birth defect linked to Zika
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 days ago
to areas with a Zika outbreak are advised to discuss testing with their health care provider. (Dr. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention epidemiologist, is a professor at the University of Texas at Dal... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
First Texas baby born with birth defect linked to Zikawith a Zika outbreak are advised to discuss testing with their healthcare provi
First Texas baby born with birth defect linked to Zika
Dallas Morning News / Posted 9 days ago
with a Zika outbreak are advised to discuss testing with their healthcare provider. Dr. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention epidemiologist, is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. On Twit... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
After Dallas ambush, how to cope with tragedyTexas 214-828-1000. -- Contact Counseling and Crisis Line 972-233-2233. Dr. S
After Dallas ambush, how to cope with tragedy
Dallas Morning News / Posted 9 days ago
Texas 214-828-1000. -- Contact Counseling and Crisis Line 972-233-2233. Dr. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former CDC epidemiologist, is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas and a staff writer at The Dallas Morning News. On... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers report cybersecurity risks in 3D printingDhabi; Nektarios Tsoutsos, a doctoral student at NYU Abu Dhabi, and Jeyavijayan
Researchers report cybersecurity risks in 3D printing
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Dhabi; Nektarios Tsoutsos, a doctoral student at NYU Abu Dhabi, and Jeyavijayan Rajendran, an assistant professor at The University of Texas at Dallas and former student of Karri. Said Karri, a cybersecurity researcher known for improving the... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Black doctor who treated Dallas shooting victims speaks honestly about supporting and fearing policeyou and I will care for you. That doesn't mean that I do not fear you." Dr. Se
Black doctor who treated Dallas shooting victims speaks honestly about supporting and fearing police
Dallas Morning News / Posted 10 days ago
you and I will care for you. That doesn't mean that I do not fear you." Dr. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former CDC epidemiologist, is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas and a staff writer at The Dallas Morning News. On... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Black doctor describes caring for victims of Dallas police shooting: 'I will defend you and I will care for you. That doesn't mean that I do not fear you.'you and I will care for you. That doesn't mean that I do not fear you." Dr. Se
Black doctor describes caring for victims of Dallas police shooting: 'I will defend you and I will care for you. That doesn't mean that I do not fear you.'
Dallas Morning News / Posted 11 days ago
you and I will care for you. That doesn't mean that I do not fear you." Dr. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former CDC epidemiologist, is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas and a staff writer at The Dallas Morning News. On... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC San Diego / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Miami
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Miami / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Connecticut / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC New York
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC New York / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Chicago / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Washington
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Washington / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Lossand for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Bay Area / Posted 11 days ago
and for the public to take greater action in solving societal problems. Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Losson police officers in downtown Dallas. (Published Friday, July 8, 2016) Robert
Dallas Police Chief Leads With Experiences of Loss
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 11 days ago
on police officers in downtown Dallas. (Published Friday, July 8, 2016) Robert Taylor, a professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, in assessing Brown's performances, praised him for "starting the healing process" after the... Read more
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FOX News
Marijuana changes brain's response to money, study saysthat marijuana use causes the changes, Francesca Filbey, an associate professor
Marijuana changes brain's response to money, study says
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
that marijuana use causes the changes, Francesca Filbey, an associate professor of behavioral and brain science at the University of Texas at Dallas, who was not involved in the study, wrote in a related editorial published in the same journal.... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study eliminates barriers to using GIS technology to solve public health issues in Bangladeshanalysis in developing countries," Hasan said. "The geospatial analysis worksho
Study eliminates barriers to using GIS technology to solve public health issues in Bangladesh
News-Medical-Net / Posted 15 days ago
analysis in developing countries," Hasan said. "The geospatial analysis workshops acted as a catalyst to initiate the conversation and a process of collaboration to build geospatial research capacity in Bangladesh." University of Texas a... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Thousands of Muslims gather to celebrate end of Ramadan fasting at Dallas' Fair Parksaid. Eid for 16-year-old Wajahat is much more oriented around friends because
Thousands of Muslims gather to celebrate end of Ramadan fasting at Dallas' Fair Park
Dallas Morning News / Posted 16 days ago
said. Eid for 16-year-old Wajahat is much more oriented around friends because most of her family lives in India. For 2015 University of Texas at Dallas graduate Zainab Yoonas, the celebration is a little different. “Including my mom and my dad’s... Read more
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KERA North Texas
New Study Links Childhood Hunger To Violent Behaviorhungry are twice as likely to have impulsive, violent behavior while growing up
New Study Links Childhood Hunger To Violent Behavior
KERA North Texas / Posted 16 days ago
hungry are twice as likely to have impulsive, violent behavior while growing up -- and later in life. Alex Piquero of the University of Texas at Dallas helped author the study, which is among the first to link childhood hunger with violence. ...... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Zulfi Ahmed: Hijab discomfort is normal. Hijab discrimination is un-Americanevery Sunday, rain or shine, or thunder. My born-in-the-U.S., Texan teenage dau
Zulfi Ahmed: Hijab discomfort is normal. Hijab discrimination is un-American
Dallas Morning News / Posted 17 days ago
every Sunday, rain or shine, or thunder. My born-in-the-U.S., Texan teenage daughter, starting her sophomore year at University of Texas at Dallas, does not wear a the traditional Muslim head covering. My wife does not wear a hijab; she's an... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memory
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 22 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
To improve your memory, get moving ... or take a napimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
To improve your memory, get moving ... or take a nap
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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KECI Missoula
To improve your memory, get moving ... or take a napimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
To improve your memory, get moving ... or take a nap
KECI Missoula / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
To improve your memory, get moving ... or take a napimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
To improve your memory, get moving ... or take a nap
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memory
KTVZ Bend / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memory
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memory
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
To improve your memory, get moving … or take a napimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
To improve your memory, get moving … or take a nap
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. “The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memory
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Study: Nap or exercise to improve your memory
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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News 8000
Nap or exercise to improve your memoryimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
Nap or exercise to improve your memory
News 8000 / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. "The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
To Improve Your Memory, Get Moving … or Take a Napimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
To Improve Your Memory, Get Moving … or Take a Nap
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. “The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
To improve your memory, get moving … or take a napimprove retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief di
To improve your memory, get moving … or take a nap
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 23 days ago
improve retention is most intriguing, said Sandra Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas. “The study highlights that elevating metabolic rate at a later stage, when information is... Read more
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Officer.com
Texas Hiring More Hispanic State Troopersthat a diverse force could help by adding "peer pressure to behave yourself."
Texas Hiring More Hispanic State Troopers
Officer.com / Posted 23 days ago
that a diverse force could help by adding "peer pressure to behave yourself." Alex Piquero, a criminology professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, cautioned that it's not a given that a greater demographic mix at any law enforcement agency... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
DPS is hiring more Hispanic state troopers, and Texas' border surge is a big reason whythat a diverse force could help by adding "peer pressure to behave yourself."
DPS is hiring more Hispanic state troopers, and Texas' border surge is a big reason why
Dallas Morning News / Posted 24 days ago
that a diverse force could help by adding "peer pressure to behave yourself." Alex Piquero, a criminology professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, cautioned that it's not a given that a greater demographic mix at any law enforcement agency... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Introducing Debunked: Dr. Yasmin separates fact from fiction about science and medicineto syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at th
Introducing Debunked: Dr. Yasmin separates fact from fiction about science and medicine
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
to syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at the Dallas Morning News and a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. I worked as a medical doctor and disease detective before training to be a journalist. I'm... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bentonville school leaders getting salary attentionsalaries, Ross said. Ross, while introducing the concept to the board at its m
Bentonville school leaders getting salary attention
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
salaries, Ross said. Ross, while introducing the concept to the board at its meeting June 6, cited research out of the University of Texas at Dallas that found effective administrative leadership equals two to seven months of value-added... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Dallas Baptist star off to good start with Bananascenter field wall (400 feet away) in batting practice. West, who is an assista
Dallas Baptist star off to good start with Bananas
Savannah Morning News / Posted 27 days ago
center field wall (400 feet away) in batting practice. West, who is an assistant baseball coach and recruiter at the University of Texas at Dallas during the collegiate season, probably knew a little more about Hannah than most people. Hannah... Read more
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