UNT students Cassie Holtz and Francisco Gonzalez both received a Clarence Ridley Scholarship from the Texas City Management Association. The scholarships are awarded each year to two students who are earning master of public administration degrees from Texas universities
UNT's College of Public Affairs and Community Service honored outstanding staff members, faculty members, students and community members at an April 5 appreciation dinner in UNT’s Gateway Center.
State and local leaders who are on the cutting edge of issues related to water, health care, education and transportation will discuss the challenges facing Texas at UNT's Master of Public Administration Alumni-Student Conference on March 22 (Friday).
UNT will join nearly 70 educational institutions worldwide to participate in the first-ever Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day, designed to increase student understanding of philanthropy and grow engagement on campuses.
Stephanie Reid, a UNT student from Frisco, earned a $4,500 Next Generation Nonprofit Leader award from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.
UNT and the Fort Worth Independent School District have teamed up with community workers to improve education and health-care access in southeast Fort Worth’s economically depressed Morningside neighborhood
UNT will observe Veterans Day with a week of events, including a panel discussion on the challenges that military veterans face after deployment, a football game recognizing veterans, and a formal ceremony co-sponsored by the Denton County Veterans Service Office and Texas Woman’s University.
UNT Honors College alumnus Marcelo Ostria has accepted an invitation to become a fall-semester, 2012, White House Intern.
UNT freshmen will challenge each other for the best structure built from canned food and other non-perishable packaged food items during this semester’s CANstruction event.
Survivors will share their stories and a team of four panelists will lead a discussion about "Sex Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery" in the annual Fall Forum presented by the UNT College of Public Affairs and Community Service in partnership with New Friends New Life.