UNT doctoral students Nicole Park and Kimberlee Flatt earned third place in the education, humanities and social science category at the 4th Annual Federation of North Texas Area Universities Graduate Student Research Symposium at Texas Woman's University.
Six UNT exhibitions exploring themes of scientific relationships will be on display during the Social Science: Relationships event at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. The museum created Social Science as an after-hours, adult-only event designed especially to inspire the minds of adults ages 21 and older about science and nature with the help of guest speakers, performers, interactive demonstrations and experiments positioned throughout the museum halls and galleries.
Nationally recognized autism researchers and practitioners will speak about the latest developments in their fields at UNT's Kristin Farmer Autism Center’s 5th Adventures in Autism Intervention and Research Conference on July 27 (Saturday).
Stephanie Cowan, director of Change for Our Children Limited, will talk about how child care workers, health care workers, parent educators and others can effectively communicate important child care information to parents.
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.
Katherine Lester, a senior geography major at UNT, is one of 199 college and university students in the nation to be selected as a finalist for a 2013 Harry S. Truman Scholarship. Lester is one of nine students from Texas colleges and universities named as finalists for this year’s scholarships.
“The Middle East: A New Era?” will focus on the economic, political, social and education transformations in Middle Eastern nations after the Arab Spring. The conference will take place March 22 and 23 (Friday and Saturday) at UNT’s Gateway Center.
A UNT professor, UNT Health Science Center professor and a psychology doctoral candidate will speak on different aspects of Alzheimer’s disease, including research, caregiving and the fear of dementia.
More than 500 information scholars, researchers and practitioners will gather in Fort Worth Feb. 12-15 as the UNT College of Information hosts the annual iConference.
The UNT Libraries’ Archives and Rare Books presents “Revealing Texas Women," a free exhibit open to the public through the spring 2013 semester. It explores the overlooked female experience in Texas and the women who paved a new path.