It happened in 2013, 2014 and now this year: Students in the UT 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.
Scientist Angela Wilson, political science expert David Mason, musical/cultural educator Donna Emmanuel and studio artist Lesli Robertson are being awarded UNT System's highest honors will be among more than 25 educators celebrated for their dedication to excellence through research, service and education.
The Club at Gateway Center provides students enrolled in the UNT Hospitality Management program with real-world, hands-on experience in running a successful restaurant. Students oversee the entire dining experience, including meal preparation, marketing, budgeting, menu planning and staff management.
The University of North Texas 2015-2016 Distinguished Lecture Series will feature nationally renowned speakers discussing immigration, communication, science and entertainment.
UNT on the Square will host the College of Visual Arts and Design Alumni Showcase Oct. 9 – 28. This is the first ever CVAD Alumni show, and artists from around the country will be featured in it.
RJ Mitte, actor and advocate for actors with disabilities, visits the University of North Texas to present "Overcoming Adversity: Turning a Disadvantage into an Advantage." Mitte will discuss the challenges of living with cerebral palsy and overcoming adversity as part of the 2015-16 Mary Jo and V. Lane Rawlins Fine Arts Series.
Participants will be able to shoot photos of the moon close up with their smart phones and cameras. Admission to the watch party is $3 per person, cash or check only.
Composer/musician Claudia Howard Queen of the University of North Texas will give American insights for music-dance collaboration when she travels to Taipei, Taiwan, in November as part of her third Fulbright Specialist award.