While the most elite college and university baseball players in the U.S. head to Omaha every summer for the College World Series, some of the most accomplished Hispanic high school seniors in the U.S. play their own series every summer -- the Collegiate World Series offered by the National Hispanic Institute, a nonprofit organization based in Texas.
A UNT College of Education student and a recent graduate earned national recognition from Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education.
Digital Frontiers 2014-- A two-day conference in which educators and librarians will explore innovation in digital resources for research, teaching and learning in the humanities.
Nationally known leaders in autism research will discuss the latest developments related to autism treatment at the 6th Annual Adventures in Autism Intervention and Research Conference, presented by the UNT Kristin Farmer Autism Center.
When parents sit down to help the kids with math homework this fall, what changes can they expect from last year? Colleen Eddy, associate professor of mathematics education in the UNT College of Education, can discuss changes in state math standards that take effect this fall.
Lyndal M. Bullock, Regents Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology in the UNT College of Education, was presented in April with the Outstanding Leadership Award from the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders for his contributions to the field.
Children across America look forward to summer camp when the school year ends, and for kids at Camp Communicate in Denton this June, each day will be a different adventure.
Young children can discover the reasons for the seasons in the kickoff show for this summer's matinees at UNT's Sky Theater, which displays large, HD projections to create engaging films inside a 100-seat, 40-foot domed theater.
Chi Sigma Iota honored Kara Hurt and Elizabeth Ener, doctoral students in the UNT College of Education, as 2014-15 International Leadership Fellows.
The University of North Texas is among seven Texas universities identified as leaders in the New Mathways Project, an initiative ensuring students take math courses aligned appropriately with their future career plans, according to a newly released report, "Clearing pathways through modern mathematics."