Dr. Mae Jemison, the first woman of color in space, will speak at The University of North Texas Feb. 22 (Wednesday) as part of the university’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
Jemison’s lecture begins at 8 p.m. in room 314 of UNT’s University Union located at 1155 Union Circle.
The Debate Team members participating in the tournament accumulated more points than students from any of the other 15 colleges and universities, to win the award for best overall performance by a team.
The University of North Texas and ACES (Comprehensive Educational Services Inc.) will present prominent autism activist Temple Grandin April 13 (Thursday) in Dallas.
“+Autism: A Lecture and Discussion with Temple Grandin” will begin at 9 a.m. at Temple Emanu-El, 8500 Hillcrest Ave. The lecture is open to anyone with an interest in Autism Spectrum Disorder, including educators, parents and health practitioners.
University of North Texas alumna and multi-faceted performer Shara Nova, known as My Brightest Diamond, will return to campus Feb. 15 (Wednesday) for the Fine Arts Series.
Elizabeth Smart, child abduction survivor and advocate, will speak at the University of North Texas Feb. 9 (Thursday) as part of the university’s Distinguished Lecture Series. Smart’s grueling nine months of captivity led her to becoming one of the strongest, most prominent child abduction advocates of her generation.
The horror of World War I altered the world for generations. Now the University of Texas Libraries Special Collections is offering a glimpse of the poetry inspired by the Great War.
Garrett Hammonds and Abron Hester defeated five teams in preliminary rounds and three in the championship round to win the touarnament at Tyler Junior College.
The University of North Texas College of Information dean Kinshuk (who goes by one name) is the winner of the 2016 Distinguished Development Award by the Association for Education Communications and Technology's (AECT).
The feature film "Pale" will be screened at the University of North Texas' Lyceum Theater. "Pale" follows the journey of two sisters who were separated during a post-apocalyptic depression and their attempt to reunite in Texas.
Steven Bayme, director of the William Petschek Contemporary Jewish Life Department for the American Jewish Committee, will discuss "Israel in the Public Square: American University Culture and the Image of Israel" March 29 (Tuesday).