Posts Tagged ‘Lyda Hill’

BionorthTX to Award Darlene Boudreaux With 2018 Dennis K. Stone Award

Posted by Alex Edwards

The bionorthTX Board of Directors has announced Darlene M. Boudreaux as this year’s recipient of the 2018 Dennis K. Stone Award.

BionorthTX attributed multiple ventures that all contributed to Boudreaux’s success. She served as the executive director for TechFW, a …

The Altruists: North Texans Are Making Social Innovation Their Mission

Posted by Krista Nightengale

There is plenty of proof that North Texas is an incubator for creatives in urban planning, education, and social innovation.

From national nonprofits launched out of homes to game-changing ideas that have cultivated millions of dollars for the nonprofit sector, …

Future of Health Care: Life Science Leaders Outline What Lies Ahead for Industry at iC3 Summit

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Finding the next big medical innovation can be a daunting, Herculean journey fraught with years of pitfalls and patience before finally reaching the market.

Compared to a tech startup, which requires a computer, coding, an internet connection, and a lot …

Dallas’ Lyda Hill Cited in Study of ‘Big Bet’ Philanthropy

Posted by Lance Murray

Donations from wealthy people can help solve problems, but many of them don’t give in major ways for a number of reasons, according to a new study that mentions the work of Dallas philanthropist Lyda Hill.

Although most of the …

Center for BrainHealth Creates Program for Dallas Police

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Researchers at the Center for BrainHealth, part of the University of Texas at Dallas, in collaboration with its Brain Performance Institute developed a new program to help police officers make decisions in stressful situations.

The program will offer special training

From Charity to Strategy: A Journey

Posted by Charles Glover

John Gardner, a great American and renowned philanthropist once said, “Wealth is not new. Neither is charity. But the idea of using private wealth imaginatively, constructively, and systematically to attack the fundamental problems of mankind is new.”

sidebartemplate1Indeed, there are …