Marjorie Hayes, associate professor of acting and directing, will perform "Taking Chances – A Cabaret with Marjorie Hayes" March 3-6 at the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival. Dance faculty Mary Lynn Babcock and Ellie Leonhardt also are festival performers.
UNT and the Fort Worth Independent School District will host a summer camp that will introduce bilingual high school students to teaching and encourage them to consider a career in bilingual education.
The department, previously known as Printing Services, is the first in-plant print operation to receive green certification by industry administrators. Learn more about how the eco-friendly department serves UNT.
UNT's student-run television station, ntTV, presents "Spectra" and "North Texas Now." The new programs will showcase the research of faculty members and provide a lifestyle news magazine for Denton viewers.
"I am grateful he is returning to us safe and sound," says President V. Lane Rawlins. " I know each of you will join me in thanking him for his service and, like me, are glad he has returned to UNT unharmed."
Thomas Scharf, associate professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and co-researchers described a material that can be used in extreme conditions and minimize some lubrication process costs.
The program is designed to free up resources within Academic Affairs so that they may be reinvested in support of UNT’s commitment to grow as a research university and to become the best undergraduate university in Texas.
Learn the answer, learn about the March 10 concert featuring 18 award-winning violinists, and enter to win a rare, 17th Century Stradivarius violin. (Oh, InHouse is just kidding.) Enter to win a UNT-T-shirt.
Ori Soltes will speak on "Mysticism and Peace: Weaving a Common Thread Across World Religions," and participate in a panel discussion with UNT faculty. The free March 25 program also features Sufi music.
Faculty and staff members have roles in transforming UNT into a nationally prominent university. Share your ideas on how you can help UNT to own excellence, keep students on track and improve graduation education.