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Educational Innovation, Undergraduate Studies, and the Core Academy are launching a program to support the use of Calibrated Peer Review software for short classroom writing assignments. Learn more, sign up for free training.
With the help of a nearly $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, 11 teachers from the Dallas-Fort Worth area are taking part in a six-week project in which they will learn how to use engineering-based projects in the classroom.
It’s summer in North Texas. Time for blazing sun, hot temperatures … and the occasional window rattling storm. Learn more about severe weather preparation from David McEntire, professor in the nationally recognized Department of Public Administration.
Hyejeong Ryu is the university's first nominee and recipient to receive the Clara Freshour Nelson Music Scholarship by the Texas Association of Music Schools. She is a student of Terri Sundberg, associate professor of flute.
The Department of Public Administration sponsors the annual seminar to allow students to learn about the impact of state government on municipalities. Abraham Benavides, associate professor of public administration, accompanied the group.
UNT Business Service Center and Information Technology Shared Services collaborated to create streamlined, online onboarding process. Two more phases will be completed to reduce paper and increase efficiency.
Robert Citino, professor of history, will sign copies of "The Wehrmacht Retreats: Fighting a Lost War, 1943," from 1 to 3 p.m. June 16 at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Denton’s Golden Triangle Mall.