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.
The UNT College of Music presents thousands of events each year – everything from symphonies, to chamber performances, to faculty and student recitals – and many are streamed live online. Little do viewers know that it is one man's concept, and the work of just two people bringing the big, bold sounds of UNT's talented faculty, students and guest artists into their homes.
The new study will determine the effectiveness of different psychological interventions in improving athletes' physical rehabilitation after ACL surgery and their psychological responses to injury, overall well-being and confidence in returning to their sport.
It may be hard to believe that portions of the series were created in a UNT dorm room by Jazz studies student Henry Beal.
The Baumer String Quartet returns to the University of North Texas College of Music for a weeklong residency in February that will conclude with two collaborative recitals – one with faculty, and one with students.
State legislatures across the U.S. are beginning to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act, which replaces No Child Left Behind. The new policies will be enacted in public schools by the states over the coming year, and debate about the pros and cons of the act has already begun.
UNT chef Andrew Klipsch is available to discuss game day food ideas ahead of Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7 (Sunday).
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has seen significant volatility in 2016. The Dow closed with a triple digit gain or loss in 16 of the 21 trading days so far in 2016. Michael Carroll, a UNT economist, is available to discuss this year's trading news and both the short- and long-term effects.