UNT College of Music's newly acquired Gene Puerling collection will be housed in the Music Library. The collection of music and memorabilia from the Grammy-winning vocal arranger will be available for research by the UNT community and other library guests by special arrangement.
Dance students in UNT's Department of Dance and Theater will perform other students' senior projects through two groups of eight performances titled "Agony, Ecstasy, and Floating Tanks". The New Choreographers Concerts will take place Nov. 21-22 (Friday-Saturday).
Luis Lewin will join the UNT System on Nov. 19 as associate vice chancellor for human resources, and will lead the system's services to maintain a high quality support environment for faculty and staff.
David Holdeman, professor of English and chair of the UNT Department of English, will become the new interim dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, effective Nov. 1.
Amir Windom will speak on "Moving from Success to Significance,"
Jamie Nordstrom, great-grandson of the founder of Nordstrom, Inc., who began his career with the Seattle-based retailer by working in the stockroom of the Bellevue, Washington, store, will visit UNT Nov. 11 (Tuesday) for the 2014-15 Executive + Scholar Lecture Series.
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.