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Top stories for August 20, 2014

Campus News (View All)

Planting the seeds of change

A group of 120 UNT and Denton leaders generated new ideas for change and transformatoin at the inaugural Planning Implementation Workshop.

More than 4,700 sign up for Eagle Express

Half of UNT's new freshmen chose the new tuition plan that guarantees costs and offers discounts for students who graduate in four years.

UNT names associate vice president for budget and analytics

Beverly Cotton, a former vice president of business and finance at Texas Christian University, brings years of experience in higher education accounting to her new post Aug. 11.

Employee Resources (View All)

System HR unveils new website

Human Resources newsletter: The new site includes links to popular Human Resources programs, frequently asked questions, forms and services.

2014-15 parking permits available

The new payroll deduction schedule responds to faculty and staff requests.

Events (View All)

Don't worry, be happy: Fine Arts Series offer plenty of diverse events

This year's slate includes musician Bobby McFerrin, actress Laverne Cox, the founder of The Onion and the creative director of Marvel Comics. Other programs feature Medieval music, Indian cultural dancing and an African Cultural Festival.

Supercuts founder to open UNT Executive + Scholar Lecture Series

Geoffrey M. Rappaport will discuss "The Creative Attitude" along with visiting research scholar Soo-Kyoung Ahn. The Sept. 10 speech will be followed by lectures from executives from Nordstrom and The Container Store later this year.

Faculty urged to attend new student convocation

Help new freshmen and transfer students start the year on the right foot.

Research News (View All)

Online gaming competition advancing next generation electronics

Gayatri Mehta, assistant professor of electrical engineering, led the creation of the game that attempts to improve the efficiency of gadgets. Users can test it out and win prizes during the competition that runs until Aug. 31.

Psychologists seek youth for study on behaviors

Middle school and high school students can receive up to $50 for participating in one of two research studies in the Teen ST.A.R. Laboratory.

People on Campus (View All)

Roasted to perfection

Visiting scholar Nahie Kim teaches how to make the finest cup of coffee.

The art of recycling

Custodian Keith Chapman's artwork "The Pepperbox Special" won the top prize in the annual On My Own Time employee art competition.

Voyages of discovery

Robert Jessup's new exhibition shows the latest evolution in his artwork.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

UNT supply chain program ranked sixth in North America top 25 list

Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company, cited programs for their industry value, scope and size, as well as 12 areas that help students understand and execute the ideal supply chain.

Safety and Awareness (View All)

I-35E traffic to shift near Bonnie Brae Street

Follow the progress of the interstate highway widening project.

Construction Obstruction Report: some sidewalks, streets face closure

Find updates on 21 various construction projects across campus in this monthly report.

Obituaries (View All)

How to prepare an obituary

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

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