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Brought to you by the University of North Texas System, WE ARE NORTH TEXAS focuses on innovation, compassion, ideas and accomplishments in our home region of Dallas-Fort Worth. Hosted by UNT System Chief Communications Officer Paul Corliss.

The UNT System is the only university system based in DFW and includes the University of North Texas, UNT Health Science Center and UNT Dallas. With our heart in North Texas, we transform lives and create economic opportunity through education.

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Brought to you by the University of North Texas System, WE ARE NORTH TEXAS focuses on innovation, compassion, ideas and accomplishments in our home region of Dallas-Fort Worth. Hosted by UNT System Chief Communications Officer Paul Corliss.

The UNT System is the only university system based in DFW and includes the University of North Texas, UNT Health Science Center and UNT Dallas. With our heart in North Texas, we transform lives and create economic opportunity through education.

    Episode 35- UNT Hall of Fame Athletes from 1960s Reflect on Segregation and Race Issues

    Episode 35- UNT Hall of Fame Athletes from 1960s Reflect on Segregation and Race Issues

    As part of the UNT System’s Black History Month Series, Mean Green Hall of Famers Charles “Chuck” Beatty (UNT football 1966-68) and Willie Davis (UNT basketball 1964-68) share their experiences as Black athletes of the 1960s growing up in a largely segregated Texas. UNT was one of the few Division I universities in the state to include Black athletes in this era and the university helped Beatty and Davis make it to the pros, while also providing an education that equipped them for success in life after the game.

    • 48 min
    Episode 34- UNTHSC’s Dr. Sid O’Bryant changing the world through Alzheimer’s research

    Episode 34- UNTHSC’s Dr. Sid O’Bryant changing the world through Alzheimer’s research

    Dr. Sid O’Bryant, Executive Director of UNT Health Science Center’s Institute for Translational Research, is a global leader in better understanding health disparities in brain aging. After watching his grandmother suffer through Alzeheimer’s Disease, Dr. O’Bryant – a trained neuropsychologist – taught himself blood science and developed a test to detect the disease. Today, behind more than $60 million in research investments, he leads the world’s largest study on better understanding why more Mexican Americans and African Americans, proportionately, suffer from Alzheimer’s than their white counterparts.

    • 43 min
    Episode 33- Dave Matthews Band sax player Jeff Coffin, a UNT alum, discusses his Grammy-winning music career

    Episode 33- Dave Matthews Band sax player Jeff Coffin, a UNT alum, discusses his Grammy-winning music career

    Jeff Coffin, a 1990 graduate of the UNT College of Music, is a globally recognized saxophonist, composer, educator and member of the legendary U.S. rock group, Dave Matthews Band. You may also know him from his 14 years, and 3 Grammy Awards, with the genre-defying Bela Fleck & the Flecktones. Jeff has released 15+ solo CD's on his own Ear Up Records label and teaches improvisation at Vanderbilt University.

    • 59 min
    Episode 32- Dallas Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa Discusses Pandemic and Progress

    Episode 32- Dallas Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa Discusses Pandemic and Progress

    Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Dallas Schools Superintendent, discusses DISD’s consistent progress — despite the challenges of COVID-19. Hinojosa, who earned his master’s degree from UNT, shared how the recent bond election will help elevate DISD further, and he looks at the future of teaching and what that means to college students looking for jobs.

    • 33 min
    Episode 31- Ask an Epidemiologist: Dr. Microbe with the latest on COVID-19 and staying safe this holiday season

    Episode 31- Ask an Epidemiologist: Dr. Microbe with the latest on COVID-19 and staying safe this holiday season

    With COVID-19 cases spiking in North Texas and the holiday season now in full swing, Dr. Diana Cervantes – aka Dr. Microbe, head of UNT Health Science Center’s Epidemiology program – rejoins the podcast with the latest intel on coronavirus and how to best stay safe from infection. As positive cases climb to all-time highs, Dr. Cervantes provides guidance for staying safe during the winter holidays and shares her insights on COVID-19 vaccines, pandemic travel and what all this means to an epidemiologist.

    • 29 min
    Episode 30- Legendary broadcaster Eric Nadel teams up with Rangers and UNT for $30K Scholarship

    Episode 30- Legendary broadcaster Eric Nadel teams up with Rangers and UNT for $30K Scholarship

    Legendary baseball broadcaster Eric Nadel, the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, UNT’s Mayborn School of Journalism and UNT’s Department of Media Arts recently announced the Eric Nadel Excellence in Sports Broadcasting Scholarship. Nadel, set to enter his 43rd season with the Rangers, joined the podcast to share details of the $30,000 scholarship, while also reflecting on the impact of COVID-19 on baseball and his passion for music.

    • 37 min

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