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The TCU Neeley School of Business ranks No. 15 for Best Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurial Studies 2020 according to The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
Child Care Associates (CCA) has hired Maggie Baggett Shori as its mission engagement coordinator, a newly created position for the nonprofit. Baggett Shori will manage a portfolio of tours and events that give community members a first-hand experience of CCA’s early education work with disad…
Tarleton State University President James Hurley announced Nov. 12 the institution has accepted an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference and transition to NCAA Division I effective July 1, 2020.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles, an immigrant from Mexico, pledged to push for a more welcoming immigration system after winning election Tuesday as the first Hispanic to head the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
KYLE, Texas (AP) — A substitute teacher has been fired and charged with aggravated assault following the beating of a 15-year-old female high school student in an incident captured on video.
All this week Paschal High School is remembering alumnus Capt. Alan Bean (1950) and his walk on the moon 50 years ago this month. As part of the celebration, his daughter Amy Bean presented “Moonwalker’s Daughter,” her unique perspective of the space race, to classes.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Trump Jr.'s appearance Sunday at a university to talk about his new book on liberals and free speech was marked by an argument between him and the audience over why he would not take questions, the Guardian newspaper reported.
In the 28 years of service in the U.S. military, Domingo Padron took on many different jobs in different cities within the National Guards as a full-time active-reserve.
A political science graduate from the University of North Texas, Robert Earley was only 23 when he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives, where he served for 10 years. Before joining JPS Health Network in 2005 as a senior vice president focused on community and government affairs…
The Boy Scouts of America's chief executive took a medical leave of absence as the youth organization faces financial difficulties related to sex-abuse litigation.
Although Fort Worth is the 13th most populous city in the nation, the city does not have a palpable business image as compared to other larger cities, like how San Francisco is known for technology or New York for finance.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The University of Texas chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity has been shut down following a university investigation into hazing allegations, the third such accusation the chapter has faced in eight years.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents Oct. 31 approved an increase to Tarleton State University’s intercollegiate athletic fee, making the school ready to join the Western Athletic Conference as an NCAA Division I institution, Tarleton said in a news release.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — John Walker, an Arkansas lawmaker and civil rights attorney who represented black students in a long-running court fight over the desegregation of Little Rock area schools, has died. He was 82.
GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) — A man suspected of opening fire at an off-campus college party in Texas, killing two people and injuring 12 others, was arrested Monday.
GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) — A gunman remained on the loose Monday after authorities say he opened fire at an off-campus college party in Texas, leaving two people dead and 12 others injured.
GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) — A gunman opened fire at an off-campus college party in Texas, leaving two people dead and 12 others injured before he escaped in the ensuing chaos, authorities said Sunday.
Texas Christian University last night announced what it calls “the most ambitious philanthropic campaign” in its nearly 150-year history. The $1 billion goal of Lead On: A Campaign for TCU will raise funds to invest in support for student scholarships, endowed faculty and academic programs.
Continuing its focus on workforce development, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce held its first State of Higher Education luncheon on Wednesday at the PalmWood Event and Conference venue at the Frost Tower in downtown Fort Worth.
Sixteen Fort Worth ISD teachers have been chosen as the 2019-2020 Academic Chairs for Teaching Excellence. The selected teachers will be conferred with the title of Chair for Teaching Excellence for one year and receive a $5,000 honorarium.
Along with 10 propositions to amend the Texas constitution, Tarrant County voters will consider a taxpayer-backed $825 million bond package proposed by its community college district on the Nov. 5 election ballot.
UNT Health Science Center Regents Professor Jamboor K. Vishwanatha, Ph.D., is one of three educators in the state and 15 nationwide who have been named recipients of Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring.
Carolyn L. and David B. Miller ’72, ’73 have made history with a $50 million gift to Southern Methodist University’s Edwin L. Cox School of Business.
Fort Worth developer and philanthropist Happy Baggett, and SMU’s Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) at the Simmons School of Education and Human Development, received the Child Care Associates (CCA) North Texas Early Childhood Leadership Awards Oct. 16 in the categories of individual a…
Cam Sadler was a Dunbar High School teacher who cashed in his retirement savings one summer and launched his own start-up company. A few months later, he was in Silicon Valley, the first Fort Worth start-up founder accepted into the seed accelerator that funded AirBnB and Dropbox.
Attorneys for the embattled owners of Billy Bob’s Texas squared off before the Texas Supreme Court on Oct. 10, arguing over whether a law firm should be disqualified from further involvement in the case.
The Board of Directors of Trinity Valley School has named Blair Lowry, currently Assistant Head of School and Provost at The Hockaday School in Dallas, to be the next head of school.
Federal officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services came down to Fort Worth on Oct. 3 to discuss early childcare.
Fort Worth will be the site of a roundtable highlighting the city as an innovator in early education and child care.
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — A University of Mississippi student has pleaded not guilty in the slaying of a fellow student found dead miles from the Oxford campus.
On October 4, Fort Worth Country Day will honor the memory of late alumnus Barrett Havran by dedicating its track and field facility in his name. Now named the “Barrett Havran Track,” the dedication event will take place at 1 p.m. at the track’s new entrance, located on the south side of FWC…
UT-Arlington’s decision to add a new for-credit esports certification credential to its academic offerings clearly has logic to it, if for no other reason than growing inquiries from students that keep popping up, the short version being, “How do I gain entry into the esports gaming business?”
The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at UNT Health Science Center has been awarded a $250,000 grant to establish a new graduate medical education residency program with three partners in Hood County.
The University of Texas at Arlington has received a transformational $4.7 million gift from the Deerbrook Charitable Trust to further develop its adult gerontology graduate programs. The university said in a news release that the trust saw the need to create a stronger pipeline of profession…
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Bob Woodward came to UT Arlington Sept. 19 and explored some topics he knows a lot about – politics, presidential power and journalism.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The University of Texas at San Antonio has introduced a new policy this semester prohibiting students with a confirmed history of violence or sexual abuse from joining athletic programs.
Hill School has hired seven new staff members. The new hires expand across multiple departments of the Fort Worth school, a college preparatory, full-service school for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD, high-functioning ASD and other learning differences.
When Daniel Pullin was named as the replacement for longtime Neeley School of Business leader O. Homer Erekson, the school knew it had someone with a broad range of experience in the business world as well as the realm of academia.
The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce hosted a panel discussion on the state of public education Sept. 12, focusing on the future workforce needs of the local business community.