January 22, 2017
AT&T Contribution Inspires Dallas Students to Become Next Generation of Business Leaders

The University of North Texas at Dallas, Dallas County Community College District and Dallas Independent School District recently signed a memorandum of understanding officially creating two new collegiate academies at Lincoln and Sunset High School...

January 12, 2017
Dr. Gasko Discusses "The Teacher Gap" on KERA

Teacher attrition sits at about 8 percent a year. The discouraging piece of that statistic, though, is that two-thirds of those teachers are leaving the business out of dissatisfaction rather than retirement. We’ll talk about efforts to bridge...

December 21, 2016
UNT Dallas, Health Science Center Partner to Provide Flu Shots

The UNT Dallas Office of Counseling and Wellness Services partnered with the UNT Health Science Center to provide 250 free flu shots to university faculty, staff and students December 6, 2016. The flu shots were given by UNT HSC students. The event...

December 21, 2016
UNT Dallas a Sponsor for Texas African American History Memorial Dedication Ceremony

The University of North Texas at Dallas was the sole university sponsor listed for the Texas African American History Memorial Dedication. UNT Dallas worked closely with Representative Helen Giddings on the event, with several members of the UNT...

December 21, 2016
Monica Williams Named Keynote Speaker for Leadership Luncheon

Dr. Monica G. Williams, vice president of university advancement and president of the UNT Dallas Foundation, was one of the keynote speakers at the Walmart Women in Leadership Luncheon on December 8, 2016 in Houston. The event brought in top-level...

December 21, 2016
HSML Interns Turn Passion into Full-Time Employment

Six UNT Dallas students recently had the good fortune of turning their passion for serving others into internships, and their internships into full-time employment. Each of the six students are in human services management and leadership (HSML)...

December 21, 2016
UNT Dallas Applies for Upward Bound Grant

The University of North Texas at Dallas submitted its first Upward Bound (UB) application November 28, 2016.  UNT Dallas requested funding of $1.2 million from the U. S. Department of Education to begin an Upward Bound (UB) Project for a five-...

December 21, 2016
Shumway, Ingram Speak to Kimball HS Students About Hospitality Management

Dr. Karen Shumway, Dean of the School of Business, and Bill Ingram, Assistant Professor of Hospitality Management, recently spoke to the Justin F. Kimball High School Academy of Hospitality and Tourism students. The University of North Texas at...

December 21, 2016
President, Students Run Turkey Trot to Raise Money for Scholarships

UNT Dallas President Bob Mong joined university faculty, staff and students to run the annual Turkey Trot in Dallas Thanksgiving morning. Faculty and staff who could not attend were encouraged to donate toward the UNT Dallas Student Leadership Fund...

December 21, 2016
Public Health Students Complete Tier II Medical Reserve Corps Training

Five UNT Dallas public health students recently completed Tier II level (deployable assets) Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) volunteer training at Dallas County Health and Human Services. In addition to gaining valuable training for their future careers,...

December 21, 2016
Student Affairs Hosts First Honor Cord Ceremony

The Office of Student Affairs at UNT Dallas hosted its first honor cord ceremony December 9, 2016 in Founders Hall 138. Students were eligible to receive honor cords if they were a student veteran, a participating member of a registred student...

December 21, 2016
Gasko to Speak at National Conversation on Rights and Justice

Dr. John Gasko, dean of UNT Dallas’ School of Education, was invited to participate as a speaker in A National Conversation on Rights and Justice presented by the National Archives February 1, 2017 at the George W. Bush Presidential Library...

December 21, 2016
SGA, LULAC Hosts “Safe Talk” November 30

The UNT Dallas Student Government Association and the UNT Dallas LULAC organization held a town hall November 30, 2016 for the university community to share their feelings, concerns and thoughts following the November election. The town hall titled...

December 21, 2016
Urban SERCH Institute Hosts Town Hall

The UNT Dallas Urban SERCH Institute held its first town hall meeting on campus December 1, 2016 to discuss its current projects and how the university community can get involved. The presentation is available in its entirety here. Some of the...

December 21, 2016
Welcome Reception Honors Gasko, Williams, and Williams

UNT Dallas hosted a welcome reception on the Founders Hall rooftop terrace for its newest cabinet members November 15, 2016. Dr. John Gasko, dean of the School of Education; Michael L. Williams, the univeristy's first distinguished-leader-in-...

December 21, 2016
CPI Celebrates Graduates from Supervisory Classes

UNT Dallas recently hosted graduation ceremonies for the Caruth Police Institute’s (CPI) Sergeant’s Supervisory Series and the Civilian Supervisory Class. Twenty-eight sergeants and 18 civilians graduated from the programs in December....

December 21, 2016
UNT Dallas, El Centro Receive Grant for Urban Agriculture Project

UNT Dallas and El Centro College are partnering for a U. S. Department of Education HSI STEM grant-funded project. Together, UNT Dallas and El Centro will help bridge students across skill deficiencies and give them the opportunity to participate in...

December 21, 2016
UNT Dallas Receives Approval from SACSCOC to Apply for Doctoral Programs

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) gave final approval on December 6, 2016 for the merger of the University of North Texas at Dallas and the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law. The...

December 21, 2016
UNT Dallas Celebrates Chief Jaynes at Retirement Reception

At the end of December, Police Chief Cliff Jaynes will retire, bringing to a clsoe a distinguished career in law enforcement spanning more than 40 years. Chief Jaynes spent the last five years helping to create and lead a very talented and effective...

December 19, 2016
Sergeant Shaw Named Acting Police Chief

Christopher Shaw has been appointed Acting Chief of Police of the UNT Dallas Police Department. He began his police career at the University of North Texas and has served over seven years as a commissioned law enforcement officer. Acting...

December 18, 2016
UNT Dallas Graduates Honored at Fall Commencement

The University of North Texas at Dallas celebrated the accomplishments of more than 300 graduates Friday, December 16 at the fall commencement. Friends and family of the graduates packed the 4,500-seat auditorium at the Inspiring Body of Christ...

December 16, 2016
UNT System to Participate in Gallup Employee Engagement Survey in January 2017

This spring, the University of North Texas System and individual UNT campuses will participate in an Employee Engagement survey developed by Gallup as part of a larger strategy to make the UNT System a better place to work. The survey is one...

December 16, 2016
Coordinating Board Approves Dealership Management Program

The Coordinating Board recently approved UNT Dallas' undergraduate certification in Dealership Management in the School of Business. This program is the direct result of meetings with Premier Trucking’s management team and consultation...

December 16, 2016
Dallas ISD, DCCCD, and UNT Dallas Partner to Create Two New Collegiate Academies

Members of the University of North Texas at Dallas, Dallas County Community College District and Dallas Independent School District recently signed memoranda of understanding that will officially create two new collegiate academies. The two...

December 16, 2016
Author, Celebrated Orator to Speak at UNT Dallas Commencement December 16

Dr. Sheron C. Patterson, an author, celebrated orator, and trained pastor, will address more than 300 University of North Texas at Dallas graduates as the commencement speaker Friday, December 20. The commencement ceremony will begin at 5:00 p.m. in...