The conference, hosted by UNT's College of Education, will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 11 (Wednesday) at UNT's Gateway Center. About 300 people -- including teachers, assistant principals, principals, superintendents and school board members -- are expected to attend the conference to discuss education in the state of Texas and how to help students succeed.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, filmmaker and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas will as part of the UNT Distinguished Lecture Series. Vargas will discuss the changing American identity.
College of Music students bring to life the tale of the legendary libertine and seducer Don Juan in UNT Opera's production of Don Giovanni, a two-act opera with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Kiki Smith: Seed, an exhibition featuring several series of innovative printwork created on multiple presses, including two series created by the internationally renowned artist during her residency at UNT, will be shown Oct. 17-Nov. 15 at UNT ArtSpace Dallas.
Seti Keshmiripour, the new outreach and engagement librarian at the University of North Texas, faced a tough decision when she and her husband moved from Iran to Denton in 2011.
Visiting faculty and students from Escuela Normal para Educadoras de Arandas in Jalisco, Mexico will discuss contrasting approaches to educating teachers in Mexico and the United States during the Meadows Chair for Excellence in Education lecture this week at the University of North Texas
According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year's influenza vaccine, which is usually available by October, reduces healthy adults' odds of contracting flu by 70 to 90 percent.
It happened in 2013, 2014 and now this year: Students in the UNT logistics program have taken the top prize at the Intermodal Association of North America's annual Intermodal EXPO Academic Challenge held in September in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
"The Jewish Wife," a one-act play at the University of North Texas focusing on the issues of antisemitism. The play features faculty members Sally Vahle and Bob Hess, both from the UNT Department of Dance and Theatre.
Myron E. (Mike) Ullman III, executive chairman and board member of the Plano-based J. C. Penney Company, will be the opening speaker for the series in a talk titled "Adversity is a Great Teacher." In a Q&A, he'll be joined by Shah Karim, chief executive officer of SafeRock, which provides analytic solutions to retailers to improve shareholder value and improve return on investment.