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Top stories for October 22, 2014

Campus News (View All)

UNT offers new dual degree program with Burgundy School of Business

Students will receive separate bachelor's degrees from both schools in the same amount of time to earn a degree from one. They will also benefit from learning about European business practices.

Reminder: website addresses campus Ebola questions

Information on the page is designed to educate students, staff and faculty about the disease.

Service fee to be charged for credit or debit card payments

Beginning in January, UNT will charge a 2.7 percent convenience fee for students who use their plastic to pay for tuition, fees, housing, dining and other campus services.

Employee Resources (View All)

UNT-International accepting proposals for Joint Seed Fund for Innovation

A collaborative research funding agreement between UNT and the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico makes the research projects possible. Deadline is Nov. 30 for submissions.

UNT community can vote on campus Oct. 27-31

Staff and faculty who live in Denton County can make their choices in local and statewide elections at Sycamore Hall.

Talent acquisition forms to be updated

Human Resources also hopes to streamline the forms used for recruiting and hiring. Learn more in the shared service's October newsletter.

Events (View All)

There’s ‘much ado’ at UNT with Shakespearean plays

Actors from the London Stage, an educational and theatrical program, will perform Oct. 28 and Nov. 1 as part of a residency with the Department of English. The Fine Arts Series is sponsoring the event.

Mean Green basketball ready for some madness

The teams will give a preview of their upcoming season Oct. 23. Enter to win a pair of a tickets for a women's basketball game.

Boo Bash offers costumes, games and candy

The children's Halloween event, which is open to faculty, staff and the Denton community, is set for Oct. 30 in the UNT Coliseum.

Research News (View All)

UNT study looks at freshmen's electronic contact with parents

Lauri Etheridge, a doctoral student in the College of Education, will examine how often students get in touch with their families and what kind of parenting styles affect the frequency of communication.

People on Campus (View All)

Join the circus -- Homecoming takes place Nov. 7-8

Check out all the festivities -- the spirit march, bonfire, parade, tailgating and more -- for what promises to be "The Greatest Homecoming on Earth."

Diaper drive supports non-profit organization after supplies were stolen

The College of Public Affairs and Community Services is spearheading the collection for Captain Hope's Kids, which distributes 16,000 diapers a week to the needy in North Texas. Donations can be dropped off at Chilton Hall.

One for the books

James Thurman likes to transform found objects into works of art and, for his latest project, he turned volumes of the written word into furniture for the UNT Dallas College of Law.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

French professor honored in Quebec

Marie-Christine Koop receives the medal of the Ordre des Francophones d’Amérique from the Superior Council of the French Language Sept. 25.

Safety and Awareness (View All)

Highland Street to close for repaving

Highland Street and portions of the sidewalk along Highland Street will be closed between Avenue C and Welch Street starting Oct. 20 through the coming months for a city of Denton repaving project.

Mayhill-State School road to be closed at I-35E

All lanes of Mayhill/State School Road between the north- and southbound I-35E frontage roads will be closed nightly from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Oct.17-27. During the closure, crews will perform work related to the widening of the I-35E bridge over Mayhill/State School Road.

Obituaries (View All)

Vern Kagarice, professor of trombone

He had conducted the award-winning UNT Trombone Choir since 1983.

John Haynie, Professor Emeritus of music

He taught trumpet at UNT for 40 years. He was known for his solos, and he taught some of the college's most successful music graduates.

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UNT’s future

President Smatresk invites you to share your thoughts on three key questions: What is your greatest dream for UNT? What does the world want from UNT? What are UNT's unique attributes and market niche?

Smoke-Free Policy - Effective January 1st

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