From reflective ballads to patriotic favorites, two concerts by the UNT College of Music will honor veterans, soldiers and their loved ones in celebration of Veterans Day, which is Nov. 11 (Tuesday).
Visitors to UNT's Willis Library can now create three dimensional objects from computer aided design software -- everything from figurines and textured plastic clothing material to board game pieces --when they visit The Factory on the library's first floor.
UNT Opera will perform the comedic operetta The Merry Widow, telling the tale of a wealthy widow whose fortune is coveted by her native country's ambassador.
UNT received an additional $109,000 grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to continue a program to help increase the number of African American and Hispanic males in physical therapy professions.
A new dual degree program with the University of North Texas College of Business and Burgundy School of Business in France will begin for undergraduate students in 2015.
UNT's College of Music presents a collaborative faculty and student concert, A Tribute to George Morey: A UNT Legacy.
As editor of The Washington Post, Ben Bradlee directed the newspaper's coverage of the Watergate scandal -- which led to the only U.S. presidential resignation in history.
Neil Foote, principal lecturer in UNT's Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism, worked under Bradlee at the Post from 1986 to 1990 and is available for comment about Bradlee, who died, Tuesday, Oct. 21, at age 93.
Since July, eight people who were diagnosed with the Ebola virus have been treated in U.S. hospitals, and many others who had direct contact with them are being monitored for the deadly disease. In West Africa, the Ebola outbreak that began last March has killed nearly 4,500 people, and tup to 10,000 new cases could be diagnosed each week during the next two months.
UNT faculty members are available to discuss topics related to this ongoing story.