While this year’s pool of funds is small, it does reflect a sincere commitment by myself and the entire cabinet to support UNT’s outstanding faculty and staff members.
Several local merchants offer discounts for people who show their UNT colors on Fridays.
UNT will host one early voting site Oct. 27-31 in Sycamore Hall. The registration deadline is Oct. 6 to be eligible to vote in the Nov. 4 election.
Four Latin American artists will come to UNT Oct. 1-2 to discuss their work and interact with students in the College of Visual Arts and Design.
The North Texas Medieval Graduate Student Symposium and the Texas Medieval Association conference will both take place on the UNT campus.
Visiting Writer Series begins with a reading and book signing from Jo Ann Beard on Sept. 25.
The 16-year-old will present his research at a conference in California this week.
Students are designing and implementing the Extensive Reading Program in collaboration with the Denton Public Library.
The project of the National Research Council will examine the history, safety, benefits and drawbacks of the practice around the world.
John Hooper has helped keep UNT's technology up to date for nearly 25 years.
The North Texas Institute for the Education of the Visual Arts will now be called the Jo Ann (Jody) and Dr. Charles O. Onstead Institute for Education in the Visual Arts and Design.
The Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation is spearheading the program that allows minority transfer students to complete their bachelor's and master's degrees in five years.
The distinguished research professor will assist the organization with its goals of advancing plant science research, growing research funding and developing partnerships for research projects.
Construction continues on the University Union and Rawlins Hall. These projects have necessitated some closures to sidewalks and streets in those areas.
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