John W. Richmond, director of the Glenn Korff School of Music in the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has been named the dean of the University of North Texas College of Music.
Misty Ricketts of Irving, a master of public administration student at the University of North Texas, has received a $3,500 Clarence E. Ridley Scholarship from the Texas City Management Association.
After nearly 16 years as the top administrator for intercollegiate athletics at the University of North Texas, Rick Villarreal announced today that he is stepping down as the university's Athletic Director effective June 20, 2016.
OP Collective, an exhibition that features the photography a group of four University of North Texas alumni who work as professional artists. The collective also will curate a concurrent exhibition of photography and video from students and alumni in the College of Visual Arts and Design.
Plant science researchers at the University of North Texas have found potential new pathways for the creation of plant-based bioproducts. The research is outlined in a new article in the journal Nature Plants.
Annual Transportation Breakfast and Byron Nelson Open House – hosted by the University of North Texas Center for Logistics Education and Research. The event will feature talks from executives at some of the biggest names in logistics – including BNSF Railway, Hillwood and American Airlines – as well as key issues facing the industry.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has named the UNT Science Education Research Lab a winner of the 2016 Texas Environmental Excellence Award.
he University of North Texas' Printing & Distribution Solutions won nine awards at the 2016 In-Print Competition, co-sponsored by the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association, the nation's largest organization for print shops housed in larger organizations that they service, and In-Plant Graphics Magazine.
Students who are recovering from alcohol and substance addiction, but do not want their treatment to keep them from pursuing university degrees, will have a resource for them at the University of North Texas. Life of Purpose Treatment, an intensive outpatient program designed specifically for college and university students, will open its second location on the UNT campus in Denton.
Alexandra Ponette-González recently received a $475,167 National Science Foundation CAREER award for a five-year analysis of the effectiveness of blackjack oaks and post oaks in capturing black carbon -- commonly emitted by diesel engines -- in urban areas.