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Top stories for October 29, 2014

Campus News (View All)

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.

Reminder: website addresses campus Ebola questions

Information on the page is designed to educate students, staff and faculty about the disease.

Employee Resources (View All)

Many offices relocate

Some offices have moved in recent months to allow for the renovation of Marquis Hall and for better collaboration among university leaders.

Reminder: Staff Sack Lunch set for Oct. 29

Door prizes are back. The event begins at noon in the Gateway Center Ballroom.

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.

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.

Acclaimed novelist and Artist-in-Residence returns to UNT Nov. 4-5

Aleksandar Hemon, author of "The Lazarus Project," will attend a welcome reception, participate in a question-and-answer session and read from his works.

Memorial concert, room dedication honors former UNT student musician

Enter to win tickets to the Nov. 3 Global Rhythms concert recognizing Jon Kellis, the vibrant doctoral student and steel drummer.

Research News (View All)

New center offers opportunities for real-world solutions

Students and faculty can help companies at the Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory.

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)

Murchison Performing Arts Center emphasizes art in addition to music

This semester's art features colorful abstract paintings by Denton artist Carolyn Riegelman - another example of how UNT works with the community. Enter to win tickets to the Wind Symphony concert at the Murchison.

Diaper drive supports non-profit organization after supplies were stolen

The College of Public Affairs and Community Services is spearheading the collection for Captain Hope's Kids, which distributes 16,000 diapers a week to the needy in North Texas. Donations can be dropped off at Chilton Hall.

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.

System to recognize staff at annual Service Awards presentation

Forty-five staff will be honored for service at the Oct. 30 presentation and reception. Many recognized employees began at UNT or other campuses before joining the system and its shared services.

Nader selected as Fulbright seminar participant

The vice provost for international affairs is participating in a two-week Fulbright seminar in France for international education administrators

Safety and Awareness (View All)

Rennovation to begin on Marquis Hall

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

Highland Street to close for repaving

Highland Street and portions of the sidewalk along Highland Street will be closed between Avenue C and Welch Street starting Oct. 20 through the coming months for a city of Denton repaving project.

Obituaries (View All)

Anita Eugster, retired student services specialist

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

Vern Kagarice, professor of trombone

He had conducted the award-winning UNT Trombone Choir since 1983.

John Haynie, Professor Emeritus of music

He taught trumpet at UNT for 40 years. He was known for his solos, and he taught some of the college's most successful music graduates.

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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