Brenda McCoy named associate vice president for strategic initiatives and administration at UNT

Submitted by wdc on Wed, 2018-02-28 22:00

<p>Brenda McCoy, who has served as vice provost of academic outreach and dean of the New College at Frisco since 2016, was promoted to associate vice president of strategic initiatives and administration in the Division of Enrollment at the University of North Texas.</p>

Brenda McCoy named associate vice president for strategic initiatives and administration at UNT

Submitted by wdc on Wed, 2018-02-28 16:00

<p>Brenda McCoy, who has served as vice provost of academic outreach and dean of the New College at Frisco since 2016, was promoted to associate vice president of strategic initiatives and administration in the Division of Enrollment at the University of North Texas.</p>

Brenda McCoy named associate vice president for strategic initiatives and administration at UNT

Submitted by wdc on Wed, 2018-02-28 16:00

<p>Brenda McCoy, who has served as vice provost of academic outreach and dean of the New College at Frisco since 2016, was promoted to associate vice president of strategic initiatives and administration in the Division of Enrollment at the University of North Texas.</p>

Brenda McCoy named associate vice president for strategic initiatives and administration at UNT

Submitted by wdc on Wed, 2018-02-28 16:00

<p>Brenda McCoy, who has served as vice provost of academic outreach and dean of the New College at Frisco since 2016, was promoted to associate vice president of strategic initiatives and administration in the Division of Enrollment at the University of North Texas.</p>

One name, three generations: How six relatives from one Mexican family found their UNT legacy.

Submitted by wdc on Wed, 2018-02-28 15:42

<p>Since the 1950s, six relatives from one Mexican family have continued a tradition of pursuing UNT degrees and then returning to their hometown in Celaya, Guanajuato, where together they run a thriving food distribution company. Here's the story of how they found their family legacy and why more relatives are on the way.</p>

One name, three generations: How six relatives from one Mexican family found their UNT legacy.

Submitted by wdc on Wed, 2018-02-28 09:42

<p>Since the 1950s, six relatives from one Mexican family have continued a tradition of pursuing UNT degrees and then returning to their hometown in Celaya, Guanajuato, where together they run a thriving food distribution company. Here's the story of how they found their family legacy and why more relatives are on the way.</p>

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