News Releases

Blair Liikala and Ross Johnson
Friday, February 12, 2016

The UNT College of Music presents thousands of events each year – everything from symphonies, to chamber performances, to faculty and student recitals – and many are streamed live online. Little do viewers know that it is one man's concept, and the work of just two people bringing the big, bold sounds of UNT's talented faculty, students and guest artists into their homes.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

The new study will determine the effectiveness of different psychological interventions in improving athletes' physical rehabilitation after ACL surgery and their psychological responses to injury, overall well-being and confidence in returning to their sport.

Henry Beal
Thursday, February 11, 2016

It may be hard to believe that portions of the series were created in a UNT dorm room by Jazz studies student Henry Beal.

Baumer String Quartet
Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The Baumer String Quartet returns to the University of North Texas College of Music for a weeklong residency in February that will conclude with two collaborative recitals – one with faculty, and one with students.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

State legislatures across the U.S. are beginning to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act, which replaces No Child Left Behind. The new policies will be enacted in public schools by the states over the coming year, and debate about the pros and cons of the act has already begun.

Monday, February 8, 2016

The Executive + Scholar Lecture Series will be headlined by digital retail executive John Koryl, president of Neiman Marcus Stores and Online, in a Q&A about technology, analytics and the store of the future. Koryl will be joined by big data expert Shah Karim, chief executive officer of SafeRock, a retail analytics company.

Monday, February 8, 2016

Speakers will include many past winners

Christopher Walker
Friday, February 5, 2016

Christopher Walker works in an office on the for campus managing tasks handed to him by the College of Music's divisions of Composition Studies and Music Education. He is the administrative assistant for both areas, planning various activities and keeping them organized. But, when he is not busy juggling these successful programs, he has his finger on the pulse of Denton's thriving live music scene.

Sanderia Faye
Thursday, February 4, 2016

Sanderia Faye, a UNT doctoral student, will discuss and read from her historically-based novel, "Mourner's Bench," which examines women's roles in the movement in rural Arkansas. J. Todd Moye, a faculty member in UNT's Department of History, will speak about the history of the Civil Rights Movement.

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