The chic and fabulous designs coming down the catwalk at UNT's Gateway Center Ballroom give the Dallas-Fort Worth community a chance to see the professional level work done by graduating seniors in the College of Visual Arts and Design's fashion design program on May 9 (Saturday).
UNT's Logistics and Supply Chain Management program of the College of Business was ranked third in a new study of supply chain technology education by Software Advice, an online database providing research and reviews of software applications. UNT ranked highly due to its integration of new technology into the program.
Three teams of graduating seniors from UNT's College of Business won cash prizes April 25 (Saturday) for placing in the spring 2015 Northwestern Mutual Integrated Business Case Competition.
David Wolf, a UNT alumnus with more than a decade of experience in higher education fundraising, will be named the new vice president for advancement at UNT.
With dozens of high-profile cybersecurity breaches top of mind for anyone who shares their information online for business or personal purposes, UNT has strategically pulled together several colleges and departments -- including business, criminal justice, engineering and more -- to focus researchers' attention on network security and human behavior in relation to cybersecurity.
Bigfoot, marching bands and fracking are some of the subjects of documentaries created by second-year students of UNT's master of fine arts program in documentary film production that will be screened at 7 p.m. May 8 (Friday).
Denton ISD students from kindergarten to the 12th grade will see their artwork displayed during the exhibition On the Square, Outside the Box: Denton ISD's District Art Show that runs from May 14 (Thursday) to May 22 (Friday) at UNT on the Square.
The University of North Texas' Printing and Distribution Solutions department has won several awards and recognitions this year from professional organizations.
Texas high school students will gather July 26-31 at Camp Grady Spruce, near Possum Kingdom State Park, for a week of outdoor activities and lessons on natural resource management, sustainability, ranching, hunting, land entrepreneurship, leadership and communication.
Two UNT faculty members, Professor of Dance Shelley Cushman and Associate Professor of Studio Arts Matthew Bourbon, will expand upon work they've done in the past when they complete projects as fellows in UNT's Institute for the Advancement of the Arts in the 2015-16 academic year.