D CEO, the business title of D Magazine Partners, recently revealed the 500 leaders featured in the 2020 edition of the Dallas 500, which includes UNT Dallas President Bob Mong as one of the most powerful business leaders in Dallas-Fort Worth.
In describing Mong's inclusion on the list, D CEO magazine wrote:
Yolanda Franklin joins UNT Dallas as Associate Vice President for Marketing and Communications after serving more than 14 years as Texas Woman’s University’s Director of Marketing and Creative Services. She was named to this post following an extensive national search.
The University of North Texas at Dallas School of Human Services is the beneficiary of grants in excess of $200,000 aimed to increase access to mental health care in surrounding communities as part of the Texas Health Resources initiative called Texas Health Community Impact.
University of North Texas at Dallas Provost Betty Stewart has promoted Dr. Ali Shaqlaih to serve as Dean of the Graduate School following an extensive, national search.
UNT Dallas College of Law alumna Fabiola Segovia was the recipient of the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association's 2019 Estrella Award during the 50th anniversary Noche de Luz Gala held last month at the Joule Hotel.
While Tuesday morning was damp and downright chilly, for UNT Dallas biology professor Dr. Kelly Varga, the sun might as well have been out and shining down on her and the UNT Dallas students invested in the Mobile Market initiative. Tuesday marked the debut of the mobile market bus in the community, with the first of three so-called "soft launches" happening at the Moorland Family YMCA.
More than 1,100 high school and college students from the surrounding area, and even as far away as Brownsville, attended the Fourth Annual Criminal Justice Career Expo on Friday, October 25. The expo is the largest of its kind in North Texas, and allows for criminal-justice-minded students to engage directly with the men and women who work in the professions they hope to pursue.
Before getting to many encouraging signs that have emerged from the record investment made in UNT Dallas over the last four years, President Bob Mong started off last week's Recognition Town Hall by emphasizing one unfulfilled initiative: "We need to come up with a school song," he said.
A group of about two dozen UNT Dallas Urban Agriculture students planted a variety of vegetables and herbs Thursday as the Community Garden, a partnership program with St. Vincent de Paul of North Texas, officially got underway.