Wednesday, March 26, 2014
UNT to hold third annual Global Citizens Month in April
DENTON (UNT), Texas -- For the third consecutive year, the University of North Texas will observe Celebrating Global Citizens Month in April. The university will offer events every week to educate students, faculty, staff and community members about diversity, internationalism and sustainability.
The event is sponsored by UNT-International, UNT Sustainability and the Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity.
One of the month's main events, the Great...
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
UNT faculty member recognized for teaching online storytelling course
DENTON (UNT), Texas -- Carmen Santos grew up hearing legends about the Chamorro people of her native Mariana Islands, but she didn't know she could use those stories in a career.
That changed when she was a student in the University of North Texas College of Information's distance education program for the U.S.-affiliated Pacific Islands. Last summer, Santos took an online class, SLIS 5440, Storytelling for Information Professionals, as part of her master of library science degree and...
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
UNT guest lecturer to discuss Republic of the Rio Grande
What: "The Republic of the Rio Grande: A Historical Orphan" -- A lecture at the University of North Texas by author and Austin attorney Beatriz de la Garza. The 13th Annual Commemorative Lecture in Mexican American History, presented by the University of North Texas Department of History, the department's Mexican American studies minor and the...
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Second annual Gospel Meets Jazz concert at UNT celebrates Black History
What: Black History Month concert Gospel Meets Jazz, featuring College of Music faculty Brad Leali, saxophone; Jennifer Barnes and Rosana Eckert, vocals; Fred Hamilton, guitar; and José Aponte, percussion; along with the Texas Tech University Vision of Light Gospel Choir, directed by Darius Luckey, and Lubbock pastor Cory Powell, speaker.
When: 5 p.m. Feb. 23 (Sunday)
Where: Voertman Hall, Music Building, 415 Avenue C in Denton.
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Thursday, February 6, 2014
Expert discusses Hispanic political influence at UNT
What: University of North Texas Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies Outstanding Scholar/Artist Lecture Series presents "The Future is Ours: How Latinos will Define the Next Era in American Politics," given by Dr. Gary M. Segura, professor of American politics and chair of Chicano/a studies at Stanford University and co-founder and principal in the national polling firm Latino Decisions
When: Lecture at 7 p.m....
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Actress, documentary filmmaker to give keynote addresses at UNT conference
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
UNT Libraries to present UNT Speaks Out on Native Americans, Diversity
What: The UNT Speaks Out series presented by the University of North Texas Libraries
When: Feb. 17 (Monday) from 6-8 p.m. -- UNT Speaks Out on Native Americans from Little Big Horn to the Present
Feb. 20 (Thursday) from 6-9 p.m. -- UNT Speaks Out on Diversity
Where: Forum on the first floor of UNT's Willis Library, 1506 Highland Ave, Denton
Monday, February 3, 2014
UNT Jewish and Israel Studies Program to host Auschwitz Survivor
Friday, January 10, 2014
UNT teams with Nigerian faculty members to raise awareness of aging-related issues
DENTON (UNT), Texas — Faculty members from several Nigerian universities are learning how to better teach their students about issues related to aging with the help of University of North Texas gerontology faculty members. The program is part of UNT’s larger effort to improve the teaching of gerontology and raise awareness about aging issues across the globe — ultimately improving the care offered to aging residents worldwide.
Twenty-two faculty members from 11 universities and two curriculum experts from the Nigerian National Universities Commission are visiting the UNT campus in...
Monday, December 16, 2013
UNT Libraries to receive archives from The Dallas Way Agreement signals start of organization's archive collection
DENTON (UNT), Texas — The Dallas Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to gathering, storing, organizing and presenting the complete history of the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, has entered into an agreement with the University of North Texas Libraries to ensure that current and future materials collected by the organization will be permanently archived, digitized and made accessible to the public.
Created in 2011, the Dallas Way consists of lay historians who...