January 16, 2002

FORT WORTH, Texasâ??The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth has added two employees to its Marketing and Communications staff.

April Eubanks has joined the health science center as Publications Manager. She produces and edits the institution’s news publications and manages the department’s publications process. A graduate of the University of Texas, Eubanks previously worked at Harcourt College Publishing.

Roy Hayhurst Jr., has joined the department as Communications Coordinator. He coordinates the speakers bureau, handles advertising and other communication activities. An Arlington resident, Hayhurst previously worked as a news writer in the public relations office of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth.

Hayhurst is a 1999 graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism/News-Editorial) and a 1994 graduate of Arlington High School. In addition to his duties at the health science center, he is pursuing his Master of Arts in Christian Education from Southwestern Seminary.

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