The annual Campecine Film Festival features work by Denton High School students in collaboration with UNT and Peer Assistance Leadership and Service, a national program helping teens cope with and communicate the challenges and experiences unique to their world.
The premiere Fashion on Main Exhibition Series at UNT ArtSpace Dallas includes the fashion designs of a College of Visual Arts and Design alumna, Linda Ohrn-McDaniel, whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.
The UNT College of Music will welcome guest artist Carol Jantsch, principal tuba player for the Philadelphia Orchestra and the first woman tubist in a major symphony orchestra.
UNT's Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism has been selected to host this year's Barbara Jordan Media Awards Luncheon presented by the Texas Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities.
On April 1 (Tuesday), the UNT Libraries invite you to eat books at UNT's Willis Library-- but, not the books on the shelves.
A concert of work from College of Music professor Joseph Klein's CD/DVD Improbable Encounters.
A UNT student will collaborate with Children's Medical Center of Dallas to study why parents take their children to hospital emergency rooms instead of primary care doctors for non-urgent medical matters. And another UNT student will work with the university's Speech and Hearing Clinic to help people with hearing loss feel more comfortable using new hearing aids.
Danielle Lane, a junior psychology major at UNT, has been selected to attend the seventh Clinton Global Initiative University with full sponsorship from the American Association of University Women.
The 2014 Emerald Eagle Honors: Recognizing a Lifetime of Contributions to the American Landscape will honor outstanding UNT alumni Phyllis George, Peter Weller and Larry McMurtry on Wednesday, March 5, at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in the Dallas Arts District. Presented by the UNT Foundation, the second annual event begins with a reception at 6 p.m. followed by the awards ceremony and entertainment at 7:45 p.m.