"Military Advanced Education" has awarded the University of North Texas the designation of a Top School in its "2015 Military Advanced Education Guide to Colleges and Universities," a guide which measures the best practices in military and veteran education. The guide was released in the December issue of "Military Advanced Education."
Lewis, assistant professor of history at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa, will discuss the balance of power in the doctor-patient relationship, and what that balance may suggest about how women need to reframe discussions of medical choice, during a free lecture at the University of North Texas March 26 (Thursday).
UNT faculty and graduate students will displays posters to illustrate their research conducted in UNT's Castleberry Peace Institute during a free program at UNT on the Square.
Estes, an American poet and Pulitzer Prize finalist, will visit UNT March 24 (Tuesday) to read from her latest book of poetry. The event is part of UNT's Visiting Writers Series sponsored by the Creative Writing program of the Department of English.
UNT Symphony Orchestra performs in concert with the fall 2014 College of Music Concerto Competition winners.
Richard Bowen – who is known for repeatedly warning the bank about risky behavior and the potential for losses due to fraudulent mortgage lending practices – will talk about ethical leadership in the UNT College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series on March 6.
"NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams temporarily stepped down from the newscast beginning Monday (Feb. 9) after admitting to falsely stating that he was on a helicopter in Iraq that was hit by a grenade.
Neil Foote, principal lecturer in UNT's Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism, is available to comment about the fallout over Williams'
While the memorable Super Bowl commercials have often advertised beer from Budweiser, various car and truck models and Doritos, an advertisement for men's grooming products will become memorable during Sunday's (Feb. 1) Super Bowl broadcast by tugging at the heartstrings of fathers, according to UNT advertising faculty member Bill Ford.