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Amy Petros created activities that promoted science, technology, engineering and literacy to young children at the Denton Public Library.
The Mean Green men’s golf team won the Sun Belt Conference championship in 2012 and 2013, and will join Conference USA with all UNT sports next season.
Faculty, staff and students receive a 25 percent discount on books published by UNT Press. Order online, call or visit Stovall Hall office to find books for summer reading.
UNT Press debuted the newly published book, "Heggie and Scheer’s Moby Dick: A Grand Opera for the 21st Century," by Robert K. Wallace at the world premiere of "Ahab Symphony" April. 24.
The Mean Green tennis team won its second consecutive Sun Belt Conference Championship April 21 in Lafayette, La., with a 4-2 victory over Georgia State.
Facebook "Likes" reached 100,000 for the UNT page. Find a video, sign up to follow university activities and get information. UNT has the largest Facebook following for a university in the North Texas region.
Texas has a strong need for ecologists who can find answers to problems created by growth and new demand on natural resources. The undergraduate degree in Ecology for Environmental Science is the first to be offered in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.
Nominations are due April 12 for the Core Curriculum Innovation Awards. The new awards will go to faculty who provide innovative instruction and supportive environments in core courses. Learn more, find a nomination form.
Historians, teachers use the resource in the classroom and for research. Celebrate the milestone.
Denton Inquiry 4 Lifelong Learning uses local resources to study and expand literacy skills.