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.
Christina Wasson has received a National Science Foundation EAGER grant of nearly $25,000 to study collaborative decision-making processes -- how different constituencies negotiate viewpoints around complex issues.
UNT's Social Work program, based in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service, recently recognized Jordan Holley for his contributions by awarding him with a Fannie Belle Gaupp Outstanding Student Award.
Students at E.P. Rayzor Elementary School in the Denton Independent School District helped gather thousands of books to be sent to children in Uganda as part of a project started by UNT College of Education Associate Professor Marc Cutright.
UNT will celebrate Earth Week with tree plantings, festivals, art exhibitions, educational forums, award ceremonies and more.
Grandparents University® -- Grandparents (or other family members) and their grandchildren from ages 7 to 12 can take classes and get a taste of university life in this summer camp offered by the University of North Texas
The Big Event -- UNT's largest single day of community service. More than 2,500 students, staff members and alumni will give up a Saturday morning to do 40 service projects at 70 locations in Denton County, including the UNT campus. Many of the students will represent student organizations.
UNT faculty and administrators, guest speakers and business leaders, students and alumni gather to share ideas on the theme of UNT and Its Community Partnerships -- A World of Possibilities at the annual Master of Public Administration Alumni-Student Conference on March 21 (Friday).
Funded by a National Science Foundation Rapid Response Research grant award, a UNT associate professor of emergency management, Sudha Arlikatti, recently returned from India, where she spent weeks conducting field research to assess flood disaster preparedness and response strategies that affect survival.
UNT speech and hearing sciences professor Amyn Amlani and colleagues have conducted research that suggests smartphone-based hearing aid applications can be used as effective, short-term solutions for listeners with hearing loss. The study investigates the efficacy and perceived advantages of using smartphone applications as an alternative treatment option to traditional hearing aids.