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.
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.
Visitors can use 3D printers, Google Glass and other equipment at the library's first makerspace, a place that promotes innovative learning and technology.
The monthly newsletter of University Information Technology also features details about the new student printing credit system.
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.
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.
Aleksandar Hemon, author of "The Lazarus Project," will attend a welcome reception, participate in a question-and-answer session and read from his works.
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.
Students and faculty can help companies at the Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
She had retired in September after working at UNT for more than 10 years.
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