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Top stories for October 31, 2014

Campus News (View All)

Luis Lewin to join UNT System

The new associate vice chancellor for human resources comes from Purdue University.

UNT names new interim dean for College of Arts and Sciences

David Holdeman, chairman of the Department of English, will replace Art Goven, who will return to his previous position as chair of the Department of Biological Sciences.

UNT offers new dual degree program with Burgundy School of Business

Students will receive separate bachelor's degrees from both schools in the same amount of time to earn a degree from one. They will also benefit from learning about European business practices.

Employee Resources (View All)

Get creative at The Factory - Willis Library's newest venture

Visitors can use 3D printers, Google Glass and other equipment at the library's first makerspace, a place that promotes innovative learning and technology.

UNT-International accepting proposals for Joint Seed Fund for Innovation

A collaborative research funding agreement between UNT and the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico makes the research projects possible. Deadline is Nov. 30 for submissions.

UNT community can vote on campus Oct. 27-31

Staff and faculty who live in Denton County can make their choices in local and statewide elections at Sycamore Hall.

Events (View All)

Grammy Award-winning record executive to speak Nov. 6

Amir Windon, who has worked with Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams, will speak about how individuals can strive to be significant in addition to being successful.

Two Veterans Day related performances honor American military

The Brass Band concert Nov. 10 includes a program commemorating major conflicts and popular tunes such as "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." The University Singers show on Nov. 11 will premiere a work by alumnus Kevin Walczyk. Enter to win tickets.

College of Music pays tribute to former flute professor with concert

The Nov. 5 event will feature pieces composed or arranged by the late George Morey, who was conductor of the UNT Symphony Orchestra for 25 years.

Research News (View All)

UNT to offer new Ph.D. in mechanical and energy engineering

The degree, which will be offered in spring 2015, is the first of its kind in Texas.

Study explores impact of mothers' cell phone use on babies

Doctoral student Cory Kildare is recruiting participants for her research, in which she will examine the facial expressions and cortisol levels of infants when their mothers are looking at their phones.

People on Campus (View All)

How can family businesses succeed?

Senior Lecturer Mike Sexton is teaching students the dynamics of families who also work together.

Join the circus -- Homecoming takes place Nov. 3-8

Check out all the festivities -- the spirit march, bonfire, parade, tailgating and more -- for what promises to be "The Greatest Homecoming on Earth."

Green champion promotes Greek life

Maureen "Moe" McGuinness shows her UNT pride in all corners of campus. Enter to win tickets.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

Grant extended to program that increases diversity in physical therapy

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board will recognize Jean Keller, professor of kinsiology, health promotion and recreation studies, for leading the partnership that helps African American and Hispanic males complete physical therapy degrees.

Safety and Awareness (View All)

Rennovation to begin on Marquis Hall

The construction is expected to be completed in 2015 to house UNT-International.

Obituaries (View All)

Anita Eugster, retired student services specialist

She had retired in September after working at UNT for more than 10 years.

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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?

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