Forced to cancel the traditonal commencement ceremony due to COVID-19, UNT Dallas announces plans to livestream a graduate tribute.
Lewis Giles becomes the first College of Law recipient of this Leadership & Involvement award.
In this time of crisis, UNT Dallas will not require students to submit SAT or ACT scores for admission.
Melawn Dineen, a graduate student in Public Leadership, is offering free lawn services to anyone who can use a helping hand during the COVID-19 pandemic. A Marine Corps veteran and a highly involved student at UNT Dallas, Dineen seeks to aid faculty, staff members, UNT Dallas police officers, and many others.
On May 31, Dr. Sheryl Santos-Hatchett’s distinguished career as an educator heads into retirement. Dr. Santos-Hatchett served as the founding dean of the School of Education (2010-15) and over the last five years she’s been a professor of Bilingual Education. Because of COVID-19, we are missing out on being around Dr.
The University of North Texas at Dallas has made GreenLight Credentials’ innovative digital platform available to students, allowing them to take control of their academic records.
So much of what Arthur Lumzy does as Director of Career Services is dependent on interpersonal interaction, whether it’s strategizing one-on-one with a student or delivering dozens of employers directly to our students on campus. Arthur’s job fairs are second-to-none.
Seven UNT Dallas students are leading a project designed to highlight Texas companies that are making a positive social impact during the COVID-19 crisis.
Written By, Angela Morris
John Kiraly, a UNT Dallas College of Law graduate who learned this month he passed the Texas bar exam, has volunteered for three weeks in the patient administration department of a pop-up hospital in a tennis center in New York.
When he learned he had passed the Texas bar exam, John Kiraly was as excited and relieved as any law graduate.
Thursday’s North Texas Food Bank mobile pantry was the third one held on the UNT Dallas campus in the span of one month, and put the crisis into perspective: Many southern Dallas residents are in dire need of food during the COVID-19 pandemic.