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Discoveries of the FotoFest Houston Meeting Place, a collection of photographs, opens Sept. 11 at the UNT Art Gallery. Admission is free.
The UNT community is invited to attend one of four Celebrate Denton! meetings Sept. 11-13 to find out more about the city's growth and development.
This year's slate includes musician Bobby McFerrin, actress Laverne Cox, the founder of The Onion and the creative director of Marvel Comics. Other programs feature Medieval music, Indian cultural dancing and an African Cultural Festival.
Gary Webb and Nicole Dash of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service received a $327,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for the three-year study that focuses on communities rather than individuals or households.
Faculty members created a belt buckle for Robert Milnes, while donors began a scholarship in his name.
Eric Ligon and Gloria Cox each have served more than 20 years at UNT. Ligon will lead the College of Visual Arts and Design, and Cox will lead the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Sciences while searches continue.
The program will use the funds from the Texas Education Agency to train South Texas teachers how to incorporate reading and writing into all subjects.
Seniors Khuyen Nguyen and Adriana Solis each won $2,500 in the Ray M. Greenly Scholarship Competition.
The chairman of the Department of Radio, Television and Film was honored by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication for writing that made a signficant contribution to the field of media management.
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