The North Texas Regional P-16 College and Career Readiness Marketing Project, headquartered at UNT, will host a visit for 60 middle school students on May 3 (Friday) to encourage participation in higher education as part of the state-wide celebration of GenTX day.
Jeanne Tunks, associate professor in UNT's College of Education, will receive the 2013 Claudia A. Balach Teacher Researcher Award at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in San Francisco.
Stephanie Cowan, director of Change for Our Children Limited, will talk about how child care workers, health care workers, parent educators and others can effectively communicate important child care information to parents.
U.S. News and World Report ranked the counseling program in UNT's College of Education as 13th in the nation in the student counseling and personnel services category.
UNT's 20th International Conference on Parent Education and Parenting will feature experts from across the world who will delve into parenting topics focusing on everyone from infants to grandparents.
Dr. Marc Cutright, associate professor of higher education at UNT's College of Education and director of UNT’s Center for Higher Education, has been named a Fulbright Scholar to Uganda in the 2013-2014 academic year.
Dr. Carol Hagen, director of UNT's Child Development Laboratory and senior lecturer in UNT’s College of Education, has been named Director of the Year by the National Coalition for Campus Children’s Centers.
The Teach North Texas program has raised enough private support to qualify for a $1 million matching grant from the National Math and Science Initiative, fulfilling a promise made by NMSI when the UNT program began five years ago.
Sue Bratton, professor of counseling and higher education and director of the Center for Play Therapy at UNT, was presented with two awards at the 2013 American Counseling Association (ACA) conference in March.
Mary Amanda “Mandy” Stewart has earned the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award from PDK International for research that she conducted while earning a doctoral degree in literacy and language studies from UNT's College of Education.