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."
Nineteen years after her high school graduation, Kelly Savage is realizing her dream of earning a college degree. And now, she wants to become a teacher, helping others on that same path to education.
When Josh Gordesky learned that the UNT College of Information would be offering its doctoral degree program in learning technologies mostly online, he knew it was the right academic program for him.
Students at E.P. Rayzor Elementary School in the Denton Independent School District helped gather thousands of books to be sent to children in Uganda as part of a project started by UNT College of Education Associate Professor Marc Cutright.
Two UNT College of Education faculty members -- Sue Bratton and Amanda Giordano -- earned awards from the American Counseling Association for their contributions to the field.
Grandparents University® -- Grandparents (or other family members) and their grandchildren from ages 7 to 12 can take classes and get a taste of university life in this summer camp offered by the University of North Texas
Elizabeth Figa, associate professor of library and information sciences, recently received an award from the Web-based Information Science Education Consortium, or WISE.