The logistics program at the University of North Texas celebrates its 20th year with an open house and unveiling of the newly expanded Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory on April 22.
Hazing, sexual violence, trans students on campus, the student loan crisis and the implementation of concealed carry, as well as other major legal considerations for university and college professionals and attorneys, will be discussed at the 20th annual Texas Higher Education Law Conference at the University of North Texas, March 21-22.
Teri Agins and Jonathan Clements will visit UNT in March to give public lectures on the fast-growing field of business journalism, in the Reynolds Business Speaker Series sponsored by UNT's Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism.
UNT Moot Court members Taylor Ledford and Eryn Mascia took first place for their written appellate brief at the American Collegiate Moot Court Association National Championship Tournament.
The Dow fell more than 500 points by mid-day Wednesday after oil prices dropped below $27 a barrel, and the Dow remains on pace for its worst month since October 2008 in the worst-ever market start to a year.
U.S. News and World Report has named the University of North Texas College of Business online Master of Business Administration degree one of the nation's best: UNT was ranked No. 15 out of 228 schools listed.
A team of UNT students ousted more than 450 groups and captured the second place prize in the TD Ameritrade, Inc.competition that challenges collegiate teams nationwide to grow their virtual stock portfolio to the max.
"Finding Yourself, Not Losing Yourself in the Workplace" with Pier 1 Imports executive Catherine David and research expert Kirthi Kalyanam – A frank conversation about how to be true to yourself and still be successful in the workplace.
Harvey Rosenblum, the retired executive vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, will share expertise about preparing for and preventing the next financial disaster through monetary policy and regulatory practices, including reforming banks that are deemed "too big to fail."