UNT's 2014-15 Institute for the Advancement of the Arts Artist-in-Residence, acclaimed novelist Aleksandar Hemon, visits UNT for a series of public events the first week in November.
The life of UNT musician Jon Kellis, who passed away while attending the College of Music, will be celebrated for years to come thanks to a memorial concert and room dedication in his memory.
A new Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory in the UNT College of Business allows students and faculty members to partner with logistics companies to engage in applied research that could help companies more efficiently manage the distribution of goods and services and cut costs.
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.
Eric Coleman, lecturer in the UNT Department of Criminal Justice with expertise in campus safety and security administration, is available to discuss a shooting reported today at a school near Seattle.
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.