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Be Bold!

UNT’s Four Bold Goals as outlined in the UNT Strategic Plan 2012-17 are ultimately about ensuring that UNT continues to be a catalyst for the greatness of its students, faculty and staff, and its North Texas communities.

As UNT grows as a national leader in education, research, student support, operational effectiveness and community engagement, faculty and staff members working together will help the university achieve these “most ambitious goals.”

Tell us how you are giving a green light to greatness by helping UNT excel. Each submission will earn you a chance to win a gift bag featuring “A green light to greatness.” Start by reading the submission guidelines. Then, add your Be Bold! story.

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.
A service learning project led to student involvement in a national program that developmentally disabled.
Miriam Ezzani, senior Lecturer in Teacher Education and Administration, was featured in the Huffington Post with her story about the global challenges of illiteracy. Learn about her volunteerism with the Aga Khan Foundation USA Youth Ambassadors in Plano.
The Mean Green volleyball team finished their years in the Sun Belt Conference as West Division champs and in second place in the season-ending tournament.
A team from the Facilities Department of Design and Construction went all in for the Furniture 4 Kids charity to capture our bold goal of community involvement. The team created a UNT-themed music box named for President V. Lane Rawlins.
More than 100 business professionals, all of whom support the UNT College of Business by serving on department advisory boards, gathered on campus for the inaugural All Boards Day Nov. 2 to discuss the college’s strategy for the future.
Beginning Dec. 3, the graduate school will accept and process international student requests for admission. UNT-International formerly managed international student paperwork. The move will streamline the process for students and the university.
The UNT Student Alumni Association and the Division of Advancement is hosting “Students Giving to Students” through Nov. 16 to bring attention to the fact that tuition and fees do not cover the full cost of attending a public university.
A dinner for faculty, staff and students thanked those whose generosity helped fund scholarships for the 2012-13 academic year. The College of Education and its departments awarded $137,000 to 161 students.

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