UNT is part of a new consortia partnership for Texas, Liberal Education and America's Promise (LEAP): Excellence for Everyone as a Nation Goes to College. LEAP Texas is a voluntary coalition that includes more than 60 other institutions of higher education in Texas.
The University of North Texas has launched the Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies program for undergraduate students. The program provides an opportunity for students to learn about Hispanic cultures.
The fifth Jalisco-Texas Conference in Education and Culture — Intercultural Connections across Borders: Issues and Initiatives — will be held March 25-27 in Guadalajara, Mexico, at the Benemérita y Centenaria Normal de Jalisco.
An international student teacher exchange with the UNT College of Education and University of Seville in Spain continues this year with five students from the University of Seville teaching in Denton Independent School District schools through March 8.
What is love? Julie Leventhal, lecturer of educational psychology in the UNT College of Education, attempts to answer this and other relationship-related questions in her courtship and marriage course. The course explores romantic relationships and how they change over a lifetime.
The council coordinated by the UNT College of Education earned a Crystal Award for Community Partnership Academic Impact in the Texas Education Partnership Awards competition.
UNT's College of Education is slated to host the Education Leadership Conference. The conference is expected to draw teachers, principals, superintendents and others in the field of education to discuss the challenges currently facing public education and the keys to helping students succeed.
UNT student Atticus Shaskan was recently awarded four scholarships from the College of Education to help pay for his last year of school. Shaskan is pursuing a degree in education in hopes of helping other high school students develop the same love of reading his teachers gave him.
Two UNT students were awarded scholarships from Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education.
UNT's College of Education presents Dr. Dan Reschly, professor of education and psychology in Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College, as Project TELL’s Distinguished Lecturer. Reschly will address “Response to Intervention and the Prevention of Minority Special Education Disproportionality”