The Dallas-Fort Worth nonprofit provides housing as well as support and friendship for people fleeing persecution.
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Jim Estill cultivates a life of hard work and lends his business expertise even in retirement.
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Four alumni physicians have a heart for healing and work to make the world a better place — one patient at a time.
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The physician is a key part of Care Beyond the Boulevard and frequently travels to Uganda, Mali and India for surgical trips.
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The pediatrician considers numerous determinants of health in her practice at the Granbury, Texas, nonprofit.
The endocrinologist heads the Diabetic Foundation of the High Plains and runs Camp New Day.
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The emergency room physician started Music Meets Medicine to give children with long-term illnesses a creative escape.
Mary Uhl-Bien, a business professor, finds collaboration is important in a fast-paced world.
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The three went from being valedictorians, to Community Scholars and now young women dedicated to making the world a better place.
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A TCU English instructor draws from George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy in popular courses.
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