Researchers at the University of North Texas are teaming up with some of the biggest names in hockey to grow the sport into an international powerhouse.
Local business owner Kim McKibben has been working with two marketing classes at UNT to help rebrand her Denton coffee shop.
Human resource expert Julie Hancock, an assistant professor in the Department of Management at the University of North Texas, is available for interviews about changes coming to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Bill Adler, True Fit’s founding chief executive officer, will discuss ways big data analytics can help solve the challenges of apparel and shoe fit at the next Executive + Scholar Lecture Series at the University of North Texas.
The University of North Texas is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its risk management and insurance program with an initiative to drive veteran students to the field – thanks to a $20,000 grant.
Location, location, location. Profitable retailers know a good portion of the success of a brick-and-mortar store depends on its site – but not all companies know how to pick the ideal spot to do business. The inaugural Visiting Scholar Lecture Series through the University of North Texas Economics Research Group, Department of Economics and Department of Geography and the Environment will frame this topic in ways that take the guesswork out of location selection.
Leveraging data to ensure the goods you want are available when you need them, and making the most of big data analytics and other growing technologies is the focus of the University of North Texas Annual Logistics Scholarship Breakfast, hosted by Southwest Airlines.
Combining inspiration with state-of-the-art technology, co-working spaces and mentoring from industry leaders, the University of North Texas' Collab Lab will provide students experiences to help make them competitive in today's workforce. A kick-off event for the UNT Collab Lab is Nov. 10.
A $1.5 million commitment from a University of North Texas alumnus has established an endowed chair in Accounting at the UNT College of Business.
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.