A $167,000 grant, awarded by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission Children’s Autism Program is allowing the Kristin Farmer Autism Center at the University of North Texas to serve up to 28 families per year who otherwise could not afford the cost of intensive autism treatment.
At times, parenting can be an overwhelming experience for everyone. Now, the University of North Texas is offering parents some help.
The University of North Texas has added a new option to its master of business administration degree programs. The new, full-time MBA in business management allows students to complete their degrees in 11 months, among the shortest offerings for MBA programs.
Registration is now open for The University of North Texas Kristin Farmer Autism Center's first 5K on Aprill 22.
Randy Bomer, chair of the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Texas at Austin, has been named the new dean of the College of Education at the University of North Texas.
U.S News and World Report has named the University of North Texas College of Education online graduate education program one of the best in the nation. UNT was ranked No.16 out of 275 schools listed. The program rose from a No.124 ranking last year.
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.
Smita Mehta, a professor of special education in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of North Texas, offers tips for families to buy toys for children with special needs.
Sue Dinaro always loved being an elementary school teacher, and after four years, she was on her way to becoming a master teacher. But when she moved from New Mexico to Texas after her husband’s job was relocated, she knew she’d have to look for something else. Little did she know that accepting the position five years ago at UNT would put her one step closer to going back to the classroom.
In one of the first studies on terrorism outside of Western universities, University of North Texas researcher Marc Cutright helped led a qualitative inquiry into what practices might best help those individuals heal and complete their academic goals.