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January 27, 2014 5:18 PM

Changing of guard at UNT shouldn’t interfere with school’s ambitious goals

As the University of North Texas prepares for a change of leadership, the nation’s 24th-largest public higher ed institution will remain focused on a mission of providing the best undergraduate education in the state while continuing to increase its growing research culture.

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