Bob Brown, a CPA who currently is vice president for business and administration at Texas A&M-Commerce, has a proven track record for developing and implementing internal controls and cost-saving measures, President Smatresk says.
There will be more initiatives that address sexual violence — focusing on prevention, reporting and victim assistance.
Watch for an email from Aon Hewitt with instructions about completing an audit of eligible dependents. The information will be sent to anyone who is enrolled in the Texas Employees Group Benefits Program.
This month, read about technology upgrades planned for this summer and learn how to protect yourself against the Heartbleed bug.
Ten former students will display their work at the exhibition, which will run until May 21 at UNT on the Square.
The Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures sponsors Zsuzsanna Ozsváth to talk about how her family survived the Germans' seige of Budapest, Hungary in 1944. She will sign copies of her memoir.
Robert D. Kaplan will discuss national security at th May 6 event. Kaplan is a writer for Time magazine and has authored numerous books.
The collaboration with Easter Seals North Texas teaches picky eaters to try new foods.
Natalie Parde won the Graduate Research Fellowship for her work studying natural language processing, which makes it possible for computers to understand how computers talk and write.
The thousands of items include piano rolls, cylinders and 78 rpm discs -- and, most prominently, a Model B Ampico Knabe Grand reproducing piano. An April 30 reception will include music from the collection played on that piano and vintage phonographs.
Know a faculty member who puts in the extra effort to ensure success? Take a few minutes to tell them thanks. The campaign
Kris Hedge and Susan Whitmer recently took part in the Texas Library Association's cycling event to raise more public awareness and support for libraries.
Di Fiore is retiring after 18 years at UNT and nearly 40 years in academics. She will give her final performance at UNT April 23.
Two photographs, the holiday video and an advertising campaign received accolades from collegiate organizations.