UNT College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism students, Khuyen Nguyen and Adriana Solis, each received $2,500 scholarships for being named semifinalists in the 2014 Ray M. Greenly Scholarship Competition.
Rachel Grimes, assistant director of outreach for the Student Money Management Center at the University of North Texas, has been named the Innovative Educator of the Month for August 2014 by Visa's Practical Money Management Skills for Life website.
Rappaport will discuss how he is applying the Supercuts business model to dental care and will be joined by Soo-kyoung Ahn, a visiting research scholar in UNT's Global Digital Retailing Research Center, which is presenting the lecture series.
UNT has tied for a sixth place ranking in Gartner, Inc.'s top 25 list of undergraduate supply chain programs in North America. The ranking is a big increase for the UNT Logistics and Supply Chain Management program, which was listed as 23rd in 2011.
UNT economics students are collaborating with Our Daily Bread to design a statistical model that can better forecast how many meals the community soup kitchen will need to prepare each day.
New UNT class explores dynamics of working with family.
The UNT College of Business has been ranked 21st in the nation in GraduatePrograms.com's list of the top 25 Student-Ranked Online MBA Programs.
Three teams of UNT students earned cash prizes totaling $7,400 in the Spring 2014 Northwestern Mutual Integrated Business Case Competition. The competition has been held twice every year at UNT since 1995 as part of the capstone course for graduating seniors in the UNT College of Business.
Dr. Ted Farris, professor of logistics in the UNT College of Business, developed a program that earned the Bobby G. Bizzell Innovative Achievement Award from the Southwestern Business Deans' Association for an innovative way of helping students learn in displaced work groups -- or teams with members spread across different locations.
Olympian Johnny Quinn kicks off event in Irving.