Nicholas Fuselier in UNT's College of Health and Public Service is one of five college and university staff members in the nation to be named Emerging Professionals by the American College Personnel Association.
A $167,000 grant, awarded by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission Children’s Autism Program is allowing the Kristin Farmer Autism Center at the University of North Texas to serve up to 28 families per year who otherwise could not afford the cost of intensive autism treatment.
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.
The training will provide elementary and secondary students with listening and communication skills to help them succeed in school.
Sue Dinaro, a support specialist for the UNT Police Department, was named “Property Technician of the Year” for the entire state by the Texas Association of Property and Evidence Inventory Technicians in October 2016.
Since 2013, PUSH, Persevere UNTil Success Happens, has provided a support system for UNT students from the child welfare system, with the students giving back to children currently needing assistance.
As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office, President Obama-era federal websites will find a new home at the University of North Texas.
In Rennes, France, criminal justice students will learn about crime and punishment from 13th century to modern times.
New research from a University of North Texas learning technologies professor found social media may be the way for struggling teachers to get the help they need.