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.
Roomful of Teeth, a Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble, will serve as the 2016-17 artist-in-residence for the University of North Texas.
Google employees, including UNT alumna Cassie Chin, will host various tech talks with career-building lessons and opportunities for internships and full-time positions.
The University of North Texas College of Music's UNT Opera will pay tribute to former Opera Director Paula Homer with the presentation of In Honor of Paula Homer, a night of music from the longtime director's past productions and favorite operas on Sept. 25.
A person with aphasia -- a neurological disorder that impacts the areas of the brain for language and is usually associated with strokes -- may have trouble finding the right words to say and also understanding others' speech.
University of North Texas alumna and musician Norah Jones received a big welcome home Sept. 21 (Wednesday) when she returned to the university she attended before launching her Grammy Award-winning career.
The University of North Texas' student-run restaurant, the Club at Gateway Center, serves three-course gourmet luncheons to the community and opens twice a year for a limited time, giving students in the UNT Hospitality Management program hands-on experience running a successful business. Students oversee the entire dining experience, including meal preparation, marketing, budgeting, menu planning and staff management.
Former Israeli president Shimon Peres, considered by many to be the founding father of the State of Israel, has died. Peres served as president from 2007 to 2014 after being appointed by Israel's Parliament and was also prime minister and in numerous other government positions for seven decades. The following University of North Texas faculty member Nancy Stockdale is available to discuss Peres' legacy and accomplishments, which include his winning a Nobel Peace Prize.
On Sept. 26 (Monday), Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will in the first of three scheduled televised debates. The candidates will also debate Oct. 9 (Sunday) and Oct. 19 (Wednesday).
In addition, vice presidential candidates Tim Caine and Mike Pence will meet in a debate Oct. 4 (Tuesday).
The following UNT faculty members will be watching the debates and will provide previews and analysis: