The televised speech on Tuesday, Feb. 28, will take the place of the January State of the Union speech. Ronald Reagan began the tradition of February joint addresses to Congress by newly inaugurated presidents.
The award from the American Association of Geographers recognizes excellence in instruction and student mentorship, intercultural understanding and participation of under-represented groups in geography and successful student placement with employers, among other criteria.
Does the content of an inaugaration speech from a new president set the tone for the presidency? The chair of UNT's Department of Political Science has some thoughts.
The research, which will involve nurses at Denton Regional Medical Center, will determine links between sleep deprivation and immune response to flu vaccines.
If you're a Dallas Cowboys fan, you're probably generally happy right now, even if things aren't going well in other areas of your life, Trent Petrie says.
Thinking about breaking a bad habit in 2017? Here are some tips for success from Paula Heller Garland and Justin Watts in the Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabiltation.
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.
Location, location, location. Profitable retailers know a good portion of the success of a brick-and-mortar store depends on its site – but not all companies know how to pick the ideal spot to do business. The inaugural Visiting Scholar Lecture Series through the University of North Texas Economics Research Group, Department of Economics and Department of Geography and the Environment will frame this topic in ways that take the guesswork out of location selection.
University of North Texas psychology professor Yolanda Flores Niemann has been invited to join a White House panel dedicated to helping Latinas succeed in education. Niemann will participate in the panel Latinas in Education: Reaching Our Full Potential on Oct. 21.
The first of three televised 2016 presidential election debates is next week, when Republican candidate Donald Trump debates Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, at 8 p.m. (Central) Sept. 26 (Monday). Michael Carroll, director of the UNT Economics Research Group, says the debates can be an opportunity for candidates to address the election topic rated by voters as their No. 1 concern: the economy.