"Panic, Power & Persuasion" combines Political Science 1050, American Government: Process and Policies and Psychology 1630, General Psychology to teach students how to recognize the links between the two disciplines.
UNT faculty members, Dr. Brian A Lain, Dr. Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha and James E. Mueller, are available to provide analysis of presidential and vice presidential debates.
Hagar Abdo, who will earn her master of science degree in women's studies next spring, has been awarded with a $10,000 Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) International Peace Scholarship.
The Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis has awarded the UNT Department of Behavior Analysis its 2012 Enduring Programmatic Contributions Award.
Three UNT faculty members will be part of a UNT Speaks Out panel discussion to discuss the primary process and give an overview of how the primary system works.
Dr. Stephen H. Norwood will discuss how American universities forged friendly ties with Nazi Germany and helped enhance its image in the West during the 1930s.
UNT will host a program with U.S. Ambassador Ron McMullen, giving students the opportunity to learn about opportunities in foreign service careers.
The ambassadors of Afghanistan and Pakistan to the U.S. will be among the speakers at the first South Asia Peace Conference at UNT Nov. 5-6.
The partnership will help advance state research priorities by connecting valuable public health information with academic researchers.
The 17th annual International Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology will cover military technology, cybersecurity, environmental and energy security, cultural and political implications of technology in developing nations.