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Top stories for July 21, 2014

Campus News (View All)

Help spread the word about the Eagle Express Tuition Plan

Eagle Express plan is available to current students with less than 60 hours, incoming transfer students and incoming freshmen — including freshmen with AP, IB and/or dual credit hours.

VIDEO: New student orientation

Thousands of new students are preparing to join the UNT family this fall.

Employee Resources (View All)

Park for $2 at Highland Street Garage

UNT’s Parking and Transportation office is offering $2 parking at the Highland Street Garage through July 25.

Several parking lots to be closed for maintenance

Lots affected include those near the Administration Building and Sorority Row.

Benchmarks: Concise information about Office 365

The monthly computing newsletter also includes numerous opportunities for training and development for staff and faculty.

Events (View All)

UNT, TWU to present digital humanities conference in September

The two-day conference will explore digital resources.

Nationally known experts to discuss latest research at autism conference

The Aug. 2 event, sponsored by the UNT Kristin Farmer Autism Center, will feature 20 presentations that will help parents, professionals and service providers.

Ice cream social planned for staff

Staff Senate invites all staff members to enjoy ice cream at one of four times July 21-24. Take time to learn about the senate's mission and meet some representatives.

Research News (View All)

Office of Research Services changes name

The research services office is now the Office of Grants and Contracts Administration and welcomes a new assistant vice president

Can playing video games be good exercise?

Researchers in the College of Information and College of Education have partnered to find out.

People on Campus (View All)

Journey across globe in Travel-Learn program

Criminal Justice professor and London native Peter Johnstone will lead three trips to Europe. The Center for Achievement and Lifelong Learning also is sponsoring packages to Alaska, Tanzania and Yellowstone.

Uncommon threads

Amie Adelman, associate professor of fibers, makes elaborate designs through simple material.

"The Lady Revealed" goes international

Theatre professor Andrew B. Harris sees his play, which was first performed at UNT, get a reading from professional actors.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

Two education students earn national honors from Kappa Delta Pi

Aston Thompson, a graduate who was an officer for the UNT chapter, was cited for displaying the ideals of the organization. Julie Williams, who is in the doctoral program, earned a scholarship for students in curriculum and instruction.

Employees honored at Staff Sack Lunch

Nine employees and departments received awards for outstanding service.

UNT receives Better Tomorrow Award for community engagement

The United Way of Denton County recognized the university for its creation of the United Way Student Leadership Program

Safety and Awareness (View All)

I35 traffic to be shifted for US 77 bridge closure

The change will begin July 20 and remain for the next year. The repairs are part of the 35Express expansion project in Denton and Dallas counties.

Construction Obstruction Report available for July

Learn how projects like the construction of Rawlins Hall and renovations at Bruce Hall, the Science Research Building and University Union might affect you.

Obituaries (View All)

Hugh Ayer, Professor Emeritus of history

In his nearly 30-year career at UNT, Ayer also served as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He also was active in many civic activities.

Warren Watson, Regents Professor of management

Warren Watson was known internationally for his research in business, entrepreneurship, organizational design and change and organizational culture.

How to prepare an obituary

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

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