Two College of Music ensembles, the Collegium Singers and the Baroque Orchestra, will perform a concert April 18, followed that weekend by UNT Opera’s production of Rousseau’s one-act opera Le devin du village (The Cunning Man) with the Baroque Orchestra.
Condoleezza Rice, Stanford University professor of political science and 66th U.S. Secretary of State, will speak April 16 (Tuesday) as part of UNT's Distinguished Lecture Series.
The UNT Wind Symphony, conducted by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, welcomes guest clarinetist Mark Nuccio, acting principal of the New York Philharmonic, and two visiting composers, alumnus Kevin M. Walczyk, a faculty member at Western Oregon University, and Baylor University professor of composition Scott McAllister for a concert April 11.
Robert Jessup, professor of studio arts; Bonnie Friedman, assistant professor of English; and Claudia Howard Queen, assistant professor of dance and theatre, have been selected as faculty fellows in UNT's Institute for the Advancement of the Arts in the 2013-14 academic year.
Anne Milner Fields and her great nephew UNT alumnus Bryan Milner (’00) have pledged $1 million to UNT’s College of Business to endow scholarships for study abroad opportunities.The Milner/Fields gift is a tribute to a beloved professor, Peyton Foster Roden, who taught Milner finance at UNT.
Sue Bratton, professor of counseling and higher education and director of the Center for Play Therapy at UNT, was presented with two awards at the 2013 American Counseling Association (ACA) conference in March.
Two artists will join together the first week in April to collaborate on a project at UNT’s P.R.I.N.T Press.
UNT College of Business student Thomas Pemberton, a junior studying marketing, has been named one of two finalists for the DFW American Marketing Association Collegiate Marketer of the Year.
Irán Román, an undergraduate student in the UNT-Howard Hughes Medical Center Undergraduate Researchers Program, has earned a placement in the Stanford Summer Research Program at Stanford University in California.
One of the world’s foremost jazz vocalists, Grammy winner Kurt Elling, and his band perform April 4 at UNT as part of the Fine Arts Series. The concert will feature original compositions and modern interpretations of standards.