UNT Ph.D. candidate Jessica Beckham has spent years researching Texas bumblebee populations and observing how urban green spaces and community gardens are preserving different species.
As part of its observance of Constitution Day Sept. 17 (Thursday), the University of North Texas Honors College and the Department of Political Science will present "The Futures of Marriage Equality and Religious Liberty: Perspectives on Obergefell v. Hodges," featuring speakers from the American Civil Liberties Union and the Liberty Institute.
The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Exam Prep Live Clinic from the National Strength and Conditioning Association will prepare budding strength and conditioning coaches for the exam required for their future careers. The exam meets a new requirement by the NCAA to certify strength and conditioning coaches.
A classical Indian dance troupe, the Sahrdaya Foundation, has incorporated elements of Indian music and culture in adaptation of Miguel de Cervante's timeless story, Sept. 16 (Wednesday).
College of Music hosts the 51st annual American Liszt Society Festival: Liszt and Damnation. Guest artists from around the nation will join UNT faculty and students for performances and lectures celebrating the life, legacy and influence of one of the greatest composers in music history.
UNT College of Engineering faculty members Shengli Fu and Yan Wan received the 2015 Tech Titan of the Future – University Level award from The Metroplex Technology Business Council.
Comedy classics, innovative choreography, and intense dramas will be among the works presented by the Department of Dance and Theatre at the University of North Texas for the 2015-16 season.
On Sept. 8 (Tuesday), both houses of Congress are expected to begin discussion over a resolution approving or rejecting the Iran nuclear agreement signed in July by the executive branch. Sen. Chuck Schumer has recommended a third option: renegotiating the agreement. The deadline for action is Sept. 17 (Thursday). UNT faculty members are available to comment on the agreement and the Congressional debate
The hurricane, the costliest natural disaster and one of the five deadliest hurricanes in U.S. history, caused severe property damage in Mississippi beachfront towns after it made landfall on Aug. 29, 2005, and resulted in hundreds of deaths in New Orleans after the city's levee system failed.Ronald L. Schumann, assistant professor in UNT's emergency administration and planning program, is available for media interviews on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.