• University Leaders Meet with Local Foundation Leaders. Dr. Betty Stewart, Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Dr. John Gasko, Dean of the School of Education/Emerging Teacher Institute, recently presented updates on university programs to major local foundation leaders at Paul Quinn College.
  • Civil Rights Leader Peter Johnson Teaches History Class: Reverend Peter Johnson’s “History of Civil Rights Movement” class has become quite popular on campus.
  • Dr. John Gasko to Speak at Symposium: Dr. Gasko will be the featured speaker at a Region 10 school counselors symposium on in October. He’ll focus on the important for counselors to get better and better at college and career counseling. 
  • Caruth Police Institute’s 10-year Anniversary: CPI plans to host several events this year aimed at showcasing the Institute’s 10-year impact in Dallas.
  • Internship Orientation: Sarah Davenport hosted an Internship Orientation with 34 companies/organizations. Students had the opportunity to meet with several employers, and learn about internships available in the community.
  • APAA Recovery Rally: Dr. Constance Lacy, Dean of the School of Human Services, worked with Joe Powell, president and CEO of Association for Persons Affected by Addiction (APAA), to host the Dallas Rally for Recovery on our campus September 16, 2017.
  • Community Leadership Academy: The UNT Dallas Urban SERCH Institute, led by Dr. Larry Terry, submitted its final report to the United Way September 15, 2017 regarding the first Community Leadership Academy programs held this summer.
  • Collegiate Academy Partnerships: Things are going well at the Sunset, Lincoln and Seagoville P-Tech Early College High Schools. Sunset Collegiate Academy recently hosted an open house for the community to learn more about the programs. UNT Dallas had representatives in attendance. Lincoln High School held a similar kick-off celebration in early September.