UNT will celebrate Global Citizens Month for the fourth consecutive year in April. Throughout the month UNT will offer events to educate students, faculty, staff and community members about diversity, internationalism and sustainability.
UNT students, faculty and guest artists will perform traditional African drumming, dancing and singing in a format similar to the cultural festivals held in West Africa on April 11 (Saturday).
Lewis, assistant professor of history at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa, will discuss the balance of power in the doctor-patient relationship, and what that balance may suggest about how women need to reframe discussions of medical choice, during a free lecture at the University of North Texas March 26 (Thursday).
Barbara Ehrenreich, who related her experiences of three months of working minimum wage jobs in the bestselling memoir “Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America,” will be a keynote speaker at the 2015 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
Programs, posters, photos and video recordings from these performances at The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, and other items from the academy's archives, will be housed at the UNT Libraries as part of its Special Collections.
Michael Leo Owens presents "The Civic Consequences of 'The New Jim Crow' for Black America" as part of Black History Month at UNT.
Ricardo Rozzi, a professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies at UNT will serve as a panelist for the World Leaders Dialogue "Stand Up for Your Rights: Parks and Social Equity."
Holocaust survivor Paul Kessler will speak about his experience as a child during the holocaust in his speech titled the "Hidden Child of the Holocaust" at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 17 (Monday) at the University of North Texas.
Marie-Christine Koop, professor of French in UNT's Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures, has received the medal of the Ordre des Francophones d'Amérique from Quebec's Superior Council of the French Language.