University of North Texas

University of North Texas

University of North Texas

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1155 Union Circle #311277, DENTON, TX, 76203-5017, USA

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The University of North Texas was founded in 1890 and is the flagship university of the UNT system, a student-centered research university. It is the state's fourth largest university and the most comprehensive university in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. UNT has about 36,000 student enrolled in 97 bachelor's, 88 master's and 40 doctoral degree programs.

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Director, the Colaboratory at UNT on the Square

Senior Associate Vice President, Finance

Vice President, Strategy & Operations

Vice President for Student Affairs



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Robert Daniel Peed is now Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at United Insurance Holdings Corp.
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The University of North Texas System (UNT System or UNTS) includes the University of North Texas in Denton (UNT), the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) in Fort Worth and the University of North Texas at Dallas (UNTD). The UNT System Administration is based in Downtown Dallas. The UNT System also provides high-quality, innovative, and affordable legal education in downtown Dallas at the UNT Dallas College of Law. The three independent universities of the UNT System have combined enrollment of nearly 44,000 students across five major teaching locations, including each main campus, as well as Frisco and Downtown Dallas. The UNT System has a $1.2 billion annual consolidated budget, employs roughly 10,000 people at its various locations within the robust North Texas Region and boosts the Texas economy by nearly $5.2 billion each year. UNT System component institutions, responding to demand in the region and the state, are among Texas’s fastest growing institutions of higher education. In Fall 2017, nearly 44,000 students enrolled at UNT System institutions.



TRS’ Internal Investment Committee (IIC) approves investments in private equity, real estates, hedge funds and external managers. The firm’s investment performance is calculated using a daily time weighted rate of return. Investment decisions are based on asset allocation, which is determined after consideration of expected returns for asset classes with the context of risk tolerance for the fund. TRS uses both passive and active investing styles. Their approach tracks the performance of key benchmarks and provides the opportunity to add value through active portfolios. TRS' style is a disciplined, balanced approach with a strong quantitative foundation that focuses on long-term returns and objectives rather than on short-term market movements. The process includes frequent updating of statistical risk and return models constructed by TRS' investment staff.

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