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Top stories for July 12, 2014

Campus News (View All)

VIDEO: Leaders reviewing UNT's challenges, opportunities

Follow President Smatresk @UNTPrez and watch for #UNTProud.

Employee Resources (View All)

Auto Services announces new fueling technology

Fill up your university vehicle before July 10; pumps will be down until July 21.

Passwords now good for one year

New standards will require eight characters total and passwords must include one number, one capital letter and one lowercase letter.

Events (View All)

Ice cream social planned for staff

Staff Senate invites all staff members to enjoy ice cream at one of four times July 21-24. Take time to learn about the senate's mission and meet some representatives.

Top Mariachi musicians visit UNT camp

Grammy-nominated Mariachi Sol de Mexico will be the headline performer of a July 26 concert.

Fiction vs. nonfiction

National Geographic writer David Quammen will discuss the differences in writing both at the 10th annual Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference July 18-20 in Grapevine.

Research News (View All)

Office of Research Services changes name

The research services office is now the Office of Grants and Contracts Administration and welcomes a new assistant vice president

UNT researchers create stronger plant-based carbon fiber

This new material could replace some petroleum and coal products used to build parts for cars, aircraft, electronics and sports equipment.

Can playing video games be good exercise?

Researchers in the College of Information and College of Education have partnered to find out.

People on Campus (View All)

"The Lady Revealed" goes international

Theatre professor Andrew B. Harris sees his play, which was first performed at UNT, get a reading from professional actors.

Propelled into his field

Herman Totten, dean of the College of Information, began seeing career opportunities open up to him after the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

A newfound freedom

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, UNT's faculty and staff share how the milestone law changed their lives and the country.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

Staying sober, successful in school

The year-old Eagle Peer Recovery association has grown past 600 students.

Dallas vocalist wins Clara Freshour Nelson Music Scholarship

The youngest of five siblings all in college, sophomore Chabely Rodriguez now can focus less on finances and more on her studies.

Mittler, Dixon named Thomson Reuters highly cited researchers

Richard Dixon and Ron Mittler were included in a list that represents the world's leading scientific minds.

Safety and Awareness (View All)

Construction Obstruction Report available for July

Learn how projects like the construction of Rwalins Hall and renovations at Bruce Hall, the Science Research Building and University Union might affect you.

Obituaries (View All)

Warren Watson, Regents Professor of management

Warren Watson was known internationally for his research in business, entrepreneurship, organizational design and change and organizational culture.

Troy Price, programmer analyst, ITSS

He worked with the Constituent Relationship Management team since 2009. Services are at 2 p.m. June 30 in Frisco.

How to prepare an obituary

Share information about those we've lost: submit an obituary for publication.

Be Bold!

Tell us how you or your area supports UNT’s Four Bold Goals. Want to share a best practice? Launched a student support service? Developed an efficient process? Learn what others are doing or share your ideas.

Smoke-Free Policy - Effective January 1st

Green Pride