UNT's Student Health and Wellness Center received accreditation from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
Karen Anderson-Lain, a senior lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of North Texas, has been named as a Teachers on Teaching honoree by the National Communication Association.
Many UNT doctoral students write dissertations that are 100 pages or longer. But on Nov. 21 (Saturday), nine students from the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and College of Engineering will each have three minutes to explain his or her research in the hope of winning cash prizes, during the Toulouse Graduate School's first Three Minute Thesis, or 3MT®, competition.
Ruth West, an associate professor is just one of about 100 scientists, artists, writers and others selected from a call of applicants to attend the meeting on "Art and Science, Engineering and Medicine Frontier Collaborations: Ideation, Translation and Realization" Nov. 12-14 in Irvine, Calif.
Gifts totaling nearly $2 million from Oklahoma businessman and UNT alumnus, Jerome "Bruzzy" Westheimer ('65), will generously support the Mean Green Athletics golf program, the College of Music, the College of Visual Arts and Design, a commissioned sculpture by the late artist and UNT alumnus Jesus Moroles, and educational initiatives.
"Finding Yourself, Not Losing Yourself in the Workplace" with Pier 1 Imports executive Catherine David and research expert Kirthi Kalyanam – A frank conversation about how to be true to yourself and still be successful in the workplace.
Three students from UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science were named regional finalists in the 2015 Siemens Competition. UNT's TAMS program had more regional finalists and semifinalists than any other school in Texas.
Harvey Rosenblum, the retired executive vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, will share expertise about preparing for and preventing the next financial disaster through monetary policy and regulatory practices, including reforming banks that are deemed "too big to fail."
Joe Navarro, 25-year FBI veteran and body language expert, will speak Nov. 3 (Tuesday) as part of the University of North Texas Distinguished Lecture Series. Navarro will discuss communication.
Families interested in buying a telescope for their home will have a lot of questions: What are the pros and cons of refracting, reflecting and compound telescopes? What is the difference between an alt-azimuth mount and an equatorial mount? What kind of magnifying power do we need?