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Top stories for January 30, 2015

Campus News (View All)

Reflecting on our progress and our future

Smatresk: Spring enrollment is up; graduate enrollment and retention have improved, and 2015 is off to a great start.

UNT to offer special rate for Oklahoma residents

Starting in Fall 2015, Oklahoma residents pursuing a bachelor’s degree at UNT will no longer pay the out-of-state tuition rate.

Faculty, staff can nominate students for $10,000 prize

The nomination deadline Is Jan. 30 for the Sherman/Barsanti Inspiration Awards.

Employee Resources (View All)

OneDrive available to faculty, staff soon

Information Technology Shared Services will begin the next phase of its Microsoft Office 365 upgrades in February. Enter to win a Microsoft T-shirt.

Drug, alcohol prevention program available

Learn more about how UNT can help fight these addictions.

Classroom Support Services announces their Spring 2015 classrooms update

This month's Benchmarks Online discusses improvements to technology in the classrooms.

Events (View All)

Scholar to speak on the effects of U.S. prison system

In the Feb. 9 lecture, Michael Leo Owens of Emory University will discuss the policies that have resulted in the mass incarceration of African Americans and its consequences.

Exhibition features renowned artists' work with P.R.I.N.T. Press

The collaborations between the Print Research Institute of North Texas and visiting artists from the last five years will be on display until Feb. 14 at UNT ArtSpace Dallas.

Equity and Diversity Conference to feature pundit Marc Lamont Hill

Hill, a BET News correspondent and author, will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual conference Feb. 24. Workshops will discuss such issues as veterans returning to the schools and workplace and Muslims' voices in public schools.

People on Campus (View All)

Painting in retrospect

"Vincent Falsetta: Agendas -- Several Decades of Painting" is open through Feb. 21.

Lane anticipates Feb. 8 Grammy announcements

The associate professor of voice talks about the opera that earned the nomination.

Service award reception planned for Feb. 5

One of the earliest events during Staff Appreciation Month will be the annual event to honor employees for reaching milestone anniversaries.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

Nader Elected to APLU Post

Richard Nader, vice provost for international affairs, has been elected to the executive committee, Commission on International Initiatives, of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

Verizon grant to expand UNT’s Code Camp program

Students from the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science and College of Education will be able to teach computer coding to more children in Denton ISD elementary and middle schools. Innovation Greenhouse implements the camp.

Counseling faculty member earns national honor

Janice Holden earned an award from the American Counseling Association in recognition of her concern for the welfare of others and her passion to fight injustice.

Obituaries (View All)

Andy Everest, former athletic director

The Hall of Famer served as an assistant football coach during UNT’s best seasons in program history.

How to prepare an obituary

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

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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