Faculty & Staff

01/25/2018 - 9:54am

This year's speech will probably focus on the strong economy and recent legislation for tax cuts, and the recent government shutdown and a tumultuous first year in office will probably determine how the president will frame the speech, say Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha and Mark Hlavacik

01/18/2018 - 9:18am

Neale R. Chumbler, currently dean of the College of Health Human Services at Western Kentucky University, will join UNT beginning July 1.

01/03/2018 - 11:12am

Freedman Town 2.0, an exhibition highlighting Denton’s one-time community for freed slaves, as created by students in Carla LynDale Carter-Bishop’s media arts classes at UNT.

12/13/2017 - 3:47pm

Andrew Colombo-Dougovito, assistant professor in Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation at the University of North Texas, said that children with disabilities need toys that play to their interests and stimulate their sensory systems.

12/05/2017 - 4:49pm

John Nauright, professor and chair of the University of North Texas Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation, weighed in on today’s decision by the International Olympic Committee to bar Russia from participating in the 2018 games.

12/04/2017 - 2:12pm

As Congress moves toward the final stages of passing a tax reform bill, University of North Texas tax expert Govind Iyer is available for interviews on what the plan means for tax payers.

11/30/2017 - 1:55pm

Joshua Hook gives his tips for handling situations that may make December the most stressful time of the year.

11/20/2017 - 10:11am

"The Salinas Project" by senior lecturer Carolyn E. Brown follows four young adults whose parents are immigrant farm workers in Salinas, California.

11/07/2017 - 4:07pm

New research from the University of North Texas shows that the Sarbanes-Oxley Act – an act passed in the wake of the Enron and similar corporate scandals – has expensive consequences for corporate financial reporting and many businesses operating in the U.S.

11/07/2017 - 10:10am

Can engineering change the basic laws of physics? That is one of the questions three professors and a former student at the University of North Texas are attempting to answer. They have been awarded a $1,997,222 National Science Foundation grant that will explore such questions.