Poet Allison Benis White, winner of the 2018 UNT Rilke Prize, will visit the University of North Texas to read from her work – covering a tough subject that she personally experienced.
The expansion will facilitate research labs and classrooms
When Department of Media Arts students and faculty from the University of North Texas go to Las Vegas in April, they already know they are winners. They will pick up 16 awards – including “National Signature Station” for ntTV – at the Broadcast Education Association’s Annual Festival of Media Arts, which is sponsored by the Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation, during the BEA’s convention April 7-10.
Diplomat Julie Kavanagh will visit the University of North Texas to advise students on how they can work for the U.S. Department of State.
Of the 58 students in UNT’s Department of Accounting Master of Science program, who completed internships last spring, 94 percent received full-time job offers through their internship site.
Jodi Philbrick, a lecturer at the University of North Texas, has been chosen as the co-lead instructor of the Medical Library Association Research Training Institute.
Beginning with the 2018 fall semester, a new undergraduate degree program at the University of North Texas will prepare students for careers in the nonprofit sector. The bachelor of science degree in nonprofit leadership studies, offered in UNT’s Department of Public Administration, will expand on courses already offered through a minor in leadership of community and nonprofit organizations and an academic certificate in volunteer and community resource management.
After achieving success at multiple parliamentary debate tournaments during the past five months, two members of the University of North Texas Debate Team were selected for the 2018 National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence, which will be held March 28-31 at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
The Nobel Laureate will discuss his research and its role in developing vaccines and preventing diseases.