Researchers at UNT have announced an online gaming competition that will allow the public to compete for prizes while also helping advance the development of next generation electronics
The Emeritus College program, offered by UNT's Center for Achievement and Lifelong Learning, provides short one- and two-day classes, most less than two hours each, for senior citizens at a low cost.
With no end to the triple digit weather, UNT has unveiled a secret weapon to help battle the epic heat – a freezer capable of producing 44 quarts of delicious ice cream in just over ten minutes.
About 2,050 students will receive degrees from UNT at this summer's commencement ceremonies.
Art Goven, professor and chair of the Department of Biological Sciences, will begin his new duties Aug. 13
Jessica Rimsza, a first-year graduate student, was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to further her research in improving materials for semiconductors.
Diversity in community college faculty is the strongest influence determining whether Hispanic students transfer to four-year universities, according to a recent study from UNT.
Michael Monticino will lead the University of North Texas' fundraising efforts as interim vice president for advancement and director of development of the UNT Foundation beginning August 8.
The Rehabilitation Council of Texas advocates for people with disabilities in the vocational rehabilitation process.
The ESL Summer Institute will provide participants with a unique opportunity to increase their fluency in English through cultural immersion and social interaction -- everything from asking a Denton business owner about the price per ounce of frozen yogurt during a scavenger hunt and playing word games like Scrabble to having dinner in homes of Denton residents.