UNT students who are earning the Department of Radio, Television and Film's master of fine arts degree in documentary film will present eight films on Dec. 12 (Thursday) at UNT.
UNT Libraries has entered into an agreement with The Dallas Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to gathering, storing, organizing and presenting the complete history of the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, to ensure that current and future materials collected by the organization will be permanently archived, digitized and made accessible to the public.
Three UNT teams will advance to the American Collegiate Moot Court Association National Championship Tournament at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Jan. 17-18 after being selected by judges in the regional tournament at Texas Tech University School of Law Nov. 15-17.
UNT principal lecturer of German and director of study abroad in Germany, Carmen Terry, was awarded the American Association of Teachers of German/Goethe-Institut Certificate of Merit for outstanding achievement in furthering the teaching of German in schools of the United States.
UNT, in partnership with the North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging and the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, invites Denton residents to participate in a community forum to assess quality of life in Denton.
Ami Moore, a UNT associate professor in the Department of Sociology, is researching the hidden reality among young adult men who have sex with other men (MSM) in resource-poor countries such as Togo where jobs are scarce. Moore believes that advocacy and research can help expose the high-stakes issues associated with MSM.
A group of UNT researchers has received a $300,000, three-year National Science Foundation grant to develop three interactive games focusing on research ethics that graduate students will use to add to the ethics training already offered by UNT’s Toulouse Graduate School.
UNT Biology Professor Ron Mittler led a research study outlining how plants identify stress factors, such as heat, disease or toxins, and signal to the rest of the plant to defend itself against those incoming stressors.
The UNT Quail program and laboratory, which is working to preserve North Texas quail populations, has received more than $100,000 from Texas conservation organizations for research. The funding has come from various Quail Coalition chapters across the state.
Richard Last, senior lecturer in merchandising and digital retailing in UNT’s College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism, will discuss online sales and some retailers offering online-only specials in advance of Cyber Monday.
UNT faculty experts are available to discuss the Supreme Court of the United States' review of the appeal cases in the 2013-14 term. Justices will review key cases involving affirmative action, campaign giving, presidential power, abortion rights and public prayer.