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Top stories for May 03, 2015

Campus News (View All)

Alumnus David Wolf to lead fundraising efforts

The new vice president for advancement brings more than 10 years' experience in higher education.

New advancement VP to begin June 1

Alumnus David Wolf will help UNT create a more vigorous culture of support in the Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond.

Employee Resources (View All)

Faculty should RSVP for university-wide commencement

Contact your dean's assistant by May 1, and be part of a new tradition.

Personnel changes in the high-performance computing services team

April Benchmarks Online: University Information Technology will adjust its service hours to match the new final exam schedule.

Want to find the right classroom for your teaching style?

Classroom Support Services helps faculty members find the classrooms that meet their technology needs.

Events (View All)

Student Portraits Symposium set for May 18

Staff and faculty members will learn how to better help students succeed.

Denton ISD students to show artwork at UNT on the Square

On the Square, Outside the Box runs May 14-22 featuring art from 34 local schools.

Master's students screen documentaries

Filmmakers share their work on Bigfoot, marching bands, fracking and more May 8.

People on Campus (View All)

Teachers, students invited to share what works

"Illuminate Good Ideas" collects innovative teaching practices and offers money to implement them.

Student group helping Nepal quake victims

The Nepalese Student Association will accept donations online and on campus.

Reviving a garden

Volunteers are working to make the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Garden thrive again.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

Student chosen for Parkland internship

Zehra Hussain is one of seven chosen for the hospital's summer program.

Spencer is winner of Citation for Distinguished International Service

Sandra Spencer, director of women's and gender studies and principal lecturer in English, has been named the 2016 recipient of the Citation for Distinguished International Service.

Wan earns National Science Foundation award

The assistant professor of electrical engineering will receive $442,000 to develop an innovative theoretical framework for cyber-physical systems to enable airborne networking.

Obituaries (View All)

Karla Lynch, adjunct lecturer, economics

After earning her master's degree from UNT in 1992, she taught economics courses for many semesters over the last 23 years.

C. Ray Gough, Professor Emeritus of art

Gough, considered the founder of the interior design program, gave back to UNT by establishing a scholarship and lecture series. A memorial service is expected to take place in May.

John J. Kamerick, former president

During his tenure from 1968 to 1970, he established the Faculty Senate and instituted several policies to make possible faculty governance.

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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