UNT President V. Lane Rawlins urges the campus to welcome and support President-Elect Neal Smatresk.
As the campus continues to dig out of the recent weather, students will need extra assistance and assurance during this shortened finals week.
The eight films, which will be shown Dec. 12, feature subjects ranging from a Dallas disc jockey to a man who educates people about critters. The directors made the films to earn a master of fine arts degree in documentary film.
Ami Moore, associate professor of sociology, is using research grant awards to study why men who have sex with other men engage in high risk behaviors.
The Sherman/Barsanti Inspiration Awards will honor students who show their talent in any project, musical or literary composition, artwork, application or invention. Deadline for nominations is Feb. 1.
The agreement with The Dallas Way means UNT will archive numerous oral stories as well as publications and photographs from the organization.
Joshua Urbanovsky credits his teachers in the College of Business and College of Engineering for helping him win the scholarship. He plans to pursue a doctorate in computer science at UNT.
The students created a customer service product for women that has their advisor Rich Last, UNT senior lecturer in digital retailing, convinced that it could be available by this time next year.
The students will participate the American Collegiate Moot Court Association National Championship Tournament in January. The UNT moot court program, led by political science professor Kimi King, ranks fifth in the nation.
Read the December Construction Obstruction Report by the Office of Disability Accommodations and the Facilities Management and Construction Department.
Lizzio was a sophomore who had recently transferred to UNT to study pre-hospitality management.
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