Ron W. Wilhelm, retired professor of education, will be honored March 21 for his 20-plus years of service to Kappa Delta Pi, a student honor society. Faculty, staff and students are invited. The college is raising funds to support a scholarship endowment.
A random selection of employees will receive the confidential survey for The Chonicle's Great Colleges to Work For program on March 18. Faculty and staff are encouraged to take part in the survey that measures the strengths of great workplaces.
UNT is in a good position for progress and it's a good time to attract a strong new president, President Rawlins says. The president will stay on until a successor is named and will become President Emeritus upon retirement.
UNT’s growing national reputation and the System’s commitment to the achievement of the university’s strategic goals will attract strong and proven leaders, Chancellor Lee F. Jackson says. A 15-member Presidential Search Advisory Committee will be formed in the next two weeks.
A random selection of employees will receive the confidential survey for The Chronicle's Great Colleges to Work For program on March 18. The results will show UNT's strengths and weaknesses and employees' feedback is critical.
Ann McCutchan, associate professor of English and a professional musician, and Pat Alexander, professor at Maryland Institute College of Art, will discuss the works they’ve created together and the value of working with artists outside one’s discipline.
Since the 2009 installation of Talon, users have increased from nine research groups to more than 53 Principal Investigator groups. The number of users has grown from 55 to more than 300. Learn about upgrades and more computing news in the monthly newsletter.
State and local leaders will discuss issues related to water, health care, education and transportation at the University of North Texas’ Master of Public Administration Alumni-Student Conference March 22. Register by March 15.
The Staff Council, elected representatives who serve as peer leaders for university staff, has announced a name change to Staff Senate. Each UNT staff member has received an email with information and a link to vote on the change.
Marie Christine Koop, professor and former chair of the Department of World Languages and Literatures, will receive the 2013 Joon S. Moon Distinguished International Alumni Award from International Studies and Programs at Michigan State University
Student Activities, which works with student interest groups and clubs, is putting a call out for full-time faculty/staff members to serve as an advisor to our student organizations, says coordinator Tracy Frier. Learn more.