New financial leadership and changes in practice this year have restored integrity to the campus' financial systems.
The “Ventanilla de Oportunidades Educativas” program will serve the Mexican community in the Dallas/Fort Worth region, strengthening UNT’s community engagements.
The website will collect reports on enrollment, retention, grades, degrees and more. Learn how it works beginning Oct. 2.
Feed the body well so it will work well for you. Learn the basics of nutrition at a free class sponsored by Human Resources and the Employee Assistance Program. Find a schedule of all classes.
UNT will host one early voting site Oct. 27-31 in Sycamore Hall. The registration deadline is Oct. 6 to be eligible to vote in the Nov. 4 election.
Musician Alice Giles will play songs inspired by her grandfather's diary and her journey to Antarctica at the Oct. 22 event, sponsored by the Fine Arts Series.
E. Scott Geller, a Virgina Tech faculty member, and alumnus Johnny Quinn, who participated in the Winter Olympics this year, will speak at the Oct. 2 event that is aimed at a creating a more empathic culture through small acts of kindess.
Students are designing and implementing the Extensive Reading Program in collaboration with the Denton Public Library.
The project of the National Research Council will examine the history, safety, benefits and drawbacks of the practice around the world.
The building hosts everything from workshops to meeting space for fraterines and sororities.
Chelsea Wagenaar and Jenny Molberg, who are both studying for their doctorates, will see their books published after winning contests.
The Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation is spearheading the program that allows minority transfer students to complete their bachelor's and master's degrees in five years.
The distinguished research professor will assist the organization with its goals of advancing plant science research, growing research funding and developing partnerships for research projects.
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