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| April 16, 2020

When family members become coworkers in a brave new work environment

By Sally Crocker One recent afternoon, HSC Regents Professor Dr. Scott Walters was working from home like most North Texans who are socially distancing right now as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He was leading a Zoom meeting when...

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  • COVID-19
| April 15, 2020

HSC student volunteers heed the call to serve at COVID-19 testing site

By Diane Smith Kristina Fraser sees COVID-19 as an enemy that spreads sickness while creating a new reality – one filled with fear and isolation. She’s fighting back. Fraser, a medical student at The University of North Texas Health Science...

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  • COVID-19
| April 15, 2020

Grieving looks and feels different in a time of pandemic

By Jan Jarvis The minute Dana Litt saw her mother on FaceTime she had no doubts about why she was calling. “My mom was crying and I just knew,” Dr. Litt said. “I was hearing some pretty shattering news, and...

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  • COVID-19
| April 14, 2020

HSC students join Tarrant County Public Health to fight COVID-19 

By Alex Branch Dozens of HSC Fort Worth Public Health students will join the fight against COVID-19 at Tarrant County Public Health by helping gather information about people who may have been exposed to the virus. The students will answer...

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  • Education
| April 13, 2020

Interested in a pharmacy degree? HSC’s student-centered program is looking for applicants to its scholarship programs

By Diane Smith Sarah Edwards holds a special title at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth – first-ever recipient of the Carol and Ronnie Goldman Scholarship. Edwards is a third-year pharmacy student at the UNT...

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  • Our People
| April 13, 2020

50 Heroes: Dr. Beverly Waddleton

Growing up in the East Texas town of Quitman, Beverly Waddleton might have let her small-town surroundings define her personal dreams. Instead, as the first African American female graduate of TCOM, Dr....

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  • COVID-19
| April 8, 2020

Empathy, communications most important for businesses now

By Sally Crocker Through innovative thinking in the wake of COVID-19, a Dallas-Fort Worth restaurant supplier set out on a new course, delivering fresh-baked bread products directly to consumers’ doorsteps. The hotel...

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  • COVID-19
| April 8, 2020

HSC Community Garden continues to provide organic fresh produce to food banks

By Oreoluwa Obayan The HSC Fort Worth Community Garden continues to grow fresh organic produce for those experiencing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic -- while following guidelines for physical distancing and sanitizing. The garden last year donated 150 pounds...

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  • Education
| April 8, 2020

Dual doctorate student defends dissertation virtually

By Steven Bartolotta The outbreak of COVID-19 has impacted the educational plans of millions, but Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine student Grace Pham wasn’t about to allow it to get in the way of hers. Pham, who is pursuing the...

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  • COVID-19
| April 7, 2020

‘We are not helpless’: HSC, Tex-Air Filters partner to make 100s of masks to fight COVID-19

By Diane Smith Fort Worth businessman Jim Rosenthal is attacking COVID-19 as it charts a ruthless path across the United States with an army of crafty volunteers. The mysterious...