The Green Ribbon Awards recognize the outstanding efforts of North Texas Chapter members, their customers and clients, and area communities to develop and promote extraordinary sustainable programs.
After working quietly behind the scenes, UNT is about to sprint to the finish line with its comprehensive campaign, the largest and most ambitious fundraising effort in UNT’s history. On Monday night, UNT announced the public phase of the six-year campaign, The light is green. The time is now. The Campaign for UNT, before an audience of 1,000 alumni and supporters.
UNT College of Business student Thomas Pemberton, a junior studying marketing, has been named DFW American Marketing Association Collegiate Marketer of the Year.
UNT Dining Services is adapting to the growth of meal plan sales with renovations to Bruce and Clark dining halls, and the addition of a new coffee retail location in UNT’s General Academic Building.
This year’s Department of Dance and Theatre faculty dance concert, Celebrating the Power of Dance, is the focal point of four days of events that bring together UNT students, faculty and alumni.
Two students from the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at UNT have been named 2013 Barry M. Goldwater Scholars.
College and university students may apply for several awards that will pay for their registration to the 2013 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
UNT's 20th International Conference on Parent Education and Parenting will feature experts from across the world who will delve into parenting topics focusing on everyone from infants to grandparents.
Katherine Lester, a senior geography major, and Daniel Munro, a senior biology major and Honors College student, have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, which are given to students who plan to earn research-focused master’s and doctoral degrees in science, social science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
James Leavelle, the Dallas Police Department detective who was escorting alleged presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald out of the police headquarters when Oswald was shot by Jack Ruby, will be one of the two speakers at “50 Years Since the Assassination of John F. Kennedy,” the 2013 Texas History Symposium presented by the UNT Department of History.