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Top stories for April 28, 2015

Campus News (View All)

First winners named in We Care We Count drawings

The 2015 campaign is more than $44,000 ahead of the total raised by this time last year.

UNT System CIO Michael Di Paolo to retire May 1

He has served in that role since 2011 and established a governance structure for shared services.

QEP team leaders welcome input

The university has begun to lay the groundwork for a plan that will enhance and expand our students' successes in the classroom and throughout their careers.

Employee Resources (View All)

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.

Staff performance review period ends May 31

Human Resources will host training session for managers to learn how to conduct successful reviews.

Events (View All)

Creative writing faculty reading planned for May 1

The annual UNT creative writing faculty reading will take place at 8 p.m. in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building.

Beethoven's Ninth, Five Mystical Songs to end season

The College of Music wraps up the spring 2015 season April 29.

UNT hosts sixth Conference on Education and Culture

The May 1 event, co-sponsored by the Secretariat of Education of Jalisco and the Consul General of Mexico in Dallas, will cover the interculturalism and points of contact across cultures. Register by April 15 for $50.

People on Campus (View All)

Time capsules reveal artifacts from another era

Books, recorded messages and a jumpsuit were among the objects unearthed.

A unique way of looking at UNT and Denton

An interesting technique was behind the new artwork at Bruce Hall.

Being 'a little OCD'

Sgt. Jeremy Polk will discuss identity theft protection strategies May 4.

Awards and Achievements (View All)

Jazz studies and music education student named Presser Scholar

Brendon Wilkins won the award for his extraordinary musical and academic accomplishments.

UNT in top 50 of The Princeton Review’s “Guide to 353 Green Colleges”

The guide gave the honor to universities that demonstrate notable commitments to sustainability in their academic offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation.

Former editor to receive Mayborn School's Shuford Award

Bob Mong, editor emeritus of The Dallas Morning News spent 36 years at the newspaper and will be honored April 30.

Safety and Awareness (View All)

UNT joins national effort to prevent sexual assault

Support victims and learn to keep yourself and the campus safe.

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?

Smoke-Free Policy - Effective January 1st

Green Pride


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