Four master of public administration students at the University of North Texas are beginning their graduate education this fall with a scholarship from the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation. The award is recognition of their civic engagement and leadership potential, and it will cover tuition and fees for two years.
The UNT Police Department will host the United States Police Canine Association's Region 25 certification trials March 23-27 at Discovery Park.
The rehabilitation counseling program in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service at UNT has been ranked 15th in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report's newly released 2016 guidebook of Best Graduate Schools.
Products created by UNT students for the Denton County Friends of the Family Upcycle Project, a collaboration between UNT and Denton County Friends of the Family, will be displayed and available for purchase from noon to 4 p.m. March 26 (Thursday) at the Friends of the Family Thrift Store in Denton.
The UNT College of Public Affairs and Community Service received a grant for up to five new fellowships to be awarded to students entering the Master of Public Administration program in the 2015 fall semester.
Dr. E. Scott Geller, Alumni-Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Virginia Tech University, will talk to the community about the Actively Caring for People movement at 11 a.m. Oct. 2
Serve Denton, an agency that plans to house about a dozen nonprofit organizations in one facility, will get design help from students in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas.
Each Service Hub offers its state or regional partners a full menu of standardized digital services, including digitization, metadata, data aggregation and storage services, as well as locally hosted community outreach programs, bringing users in contact with digital content of local relevance.
The Early Stage Collegiate Recovery Grant from Transforming Youth Recovery will expand UNT's resources to help more students in need and identifies UNT as one of a growing number of Collegiate Recovery Program communities.