The Division of Student Affairs was re-organized effective July 1. The new structure will help the division do an even better job of supporting student success, said Elizabeth With, vice president of Student Affairs.
The nationally-respected, two-day training program, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills, will be Aug. 2-3. It is open to 26 participants who work closely with students. Cost is $20. Learn more, register online.
UNT will have a plan to manage the development program in the interim, and will move swiftly to identify the right person to lead the university to even greater fundraising success, President V. Lane Rawlins says.
Marketing and communications programs that promote UNT academics, research and student life have received awards from professional organizations. Materials were prepared by the Division of University Relations, Communications and Marketing in conjunction with campus departments.
Training will be July 24 for staff who verify or assist with verification of a new employee’s I-9 documents. Sessions are from 10:30 a.m. to noon, and from 2 to 3 p.m. at Chilton Hall, Room 245, and will be broadcast to Discovery Park, Room B155. Learn more.
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