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UNT researcher receives Phytochemical Society of North America Lifetime Career Award
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Professor Richard Dixon, a research professor at the University of North Texas, has received the Phytochemical Society of North America’s Phytochemical Pioneer Award. This award acknowledges relevant contributions to phytochemical research that Dr. Dixon has made throughout his distinguished career. Dixon received the award on August 11 at the organization’s annual meeting, which took place at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

“The...

New Chief Financial Officer hired at Imprimis Group
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Imprimis Group, a privately held full service professional staffing firm based in Dallas, Texas, recently welcomed Kevin Beattie to the Executive Team as Chief Financial Officer.Kevin has more than 30 years of finance/accounting experience where he has directed accounting, financial planning and analysis for companies such as Texas Instruments, GAF/ELK Materials Corporation, Armstrong Cabinet Products, and Cornerstone Automation Systems. As Chief Financial Officer at Cornerstone, he helped the company grow more than 200 percent in less than two years. Beattie is active in the finance and accounting community where he is a member...

Snarky Puppy: Behind the climb of fusion's new heavyweights
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Snarky Puppy began as a bunch of music-obsessed undergrads at the University of North Texas, and now it’s the most popular instrumental band in the country. The explanation, it would seem, has to do with the ability to raise precision and prowess to a grand scale while making it look good for YouTube. Forty-five years after Weather Report’s debut, in the era of the niche, an audience still waits at the waterline between jazz chops and pop aesthetics—though the definition of both has changed.

The band’s lineup ranges from a dozen musicians to nearly three times that, depending on the gig. Its carefully scripted songs tend...

'Young Artists' take the deep dive
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The halls are alive with the sound of music.

The halls in question are at the First Congregational Church in Manchester Village, where, depending on the time of day, visitors get a preview on what the Manchester Music Festival's "Young Artists" are up to for the upcoming performance they will present the following Monday.

Chamber music reverberates from the practice rooms, mostly from the large meeting room on the main floor under the sanctuary. In small groups and large, they practice and practice, rehearsing for their moment in the spotlight. The last opportunity to hear them, at least for this year, arrives this...

UNT and Conference USA bowled 'em over in 2014
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Last year’s bowl season was one of the high points in Conference USA’s recent history.

The league picked up its first postseason win of the year when Marshall beat Northern Illinois in the Boca Raton Bowl and kept right on rolling.

By the time the dust settled, C-USA had posted an .800 winning percentage (4-1) in bowl games that ranked No. 1 among FBS conferences.

Add in a few impressive wins from 2013, including North Texas’ win over UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, and league officials believe they can make a good case that C-USA is a...

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