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Top stories for September 02, 2014

Campus News (View All)

Welcome to the 2014-15 academic year

See what makes UNT a place of opportunity and the creative heartbeat of Texas in a national ad that's airing in Fall 2014.

Planning for the future

President Smatresk led a workshop to hear planning priorities from stakeholders.

Employee Resources (View All)

Worker's compensation network changes

Effective Sept. 1, the workers’ compensation carrier for Texas state agencies, will use two new vendors to coordinate medical and pharmacy benefits for employees who are injured at work.

Fiscal Year 2014 deadlines near

Be sure forms are filed and books are closed on time.

Benchmarks Online: new meeting and training software in place

The August monthly computing newsletter includes information about GoToMeeting and GoToTraining. Also, find events, hours and more from University Information Technology.

Events (View All)

One O'Clock Lab Band plans dynamic jazz season

An album release party and concert will be Sept. 3 at the Gateway Center.

Exhibit features photography from around the world

Discoveries of the FotoFest Houston Meeting Place, a collection of photographs, opens Sept. 11 at the UNT Art Gallery. Admission is free.

Learn more about the city's future at Denton Plan 2030 forum

The UNT community is invited to attend one of four Celebrate Denton! meetings Sept. 11-13 to find out more about the city's growth and development.

Research News (View All)

Faculty members to study Native Americans' disaster preparedness

Gary Webb and Nicole Dash of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service received a $327,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for the three-year study that focuses on communities rather than individuals or households.

Psychologists seek youth for study on behaviors

Middle school and high school students can receive up to $50 for participating in one of two research studies in the Teen ST.A.R. Laboratory.

People on Campus (View All)

College of Visual Arts and Design honor retiring dean with unique gifts

Faculty members created a belt buckle for Robert Milnes, while donors began a scholarship in his name.

Two interim deans named

Eric Ligon and Gloria Cox each have served more than 20 years at UNT. Ligon will lead the College of Visual Arts and Design, and Cox will lead the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Sciences while searches continue.

Mean Green seasons getting underway

Fall sports seasons are getting underway. Enter to win Mean Green football tickets.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

North Star of Texas Writing Project receives $480,000 grant

The program will use the funds from the Texas Education Agency to train South Texas teachers how to incorporate reading and writing into all subjects.

Retail federation awards two UNT students scholarships

Seniors Khuyen Nguyen and Adriana Solis each won $2,500 in the Ray M. Greenly Scholarship Competition.

Albarran receives award for editing book on social media

The chairman of the Department of Radio, Television and Film was honored by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication for writing that made a signficant contribution to the field of media management.

Obituaries (View All)

How to prepare an obituary

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

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