Bob mong on stage at ceremony

For his approach to growing the University of North Texas at Dallas through collaboration, commitment and hard work, university President Bob Mong was presented with the ScholarShot Unsung Education Hero award during a luncheon Monday afternoon at Dallas Country Club.

syeda jasmin in podcast studio

In Episode 12, UNT Dallas associate professor of sociology and mental health awareness expert, Dr. Syeda Jesmin, stops by to talk about what steps the university are taken to address mental illness not only on campus but in southern Dallas. Also, co-host Greg Campbell gives some dad-to-dad advice to fellow co-host Ben Bullock, who recently became a new father.

john gasko

Dallas (April 26, 2019) – The University of North Texas at Dallas announced today that Dr. John Gasko will assume the new role as Special Advisor to President Bob Mong to work on advancing the university’s strategic partnerships and community collaborations.

president bob mong at graduation

During his three years leading UNT Dallas, President Bob Mong has overseen enormous transformation.

hector and president mong shaking hands

Hector Robledo once feared his dream of attending college would be derailed by his undocumented status. Not only will he graduate from UNT Dallas in May, Robledo emerged as a committed campus and community leader, earning him the prestigious Newman Civic Fellowship.

students travel to DC

Four political science majors -- Vickie Hawkins-Stewart, David Schaller, Fernando Luciano and Arayon Washington -- were selected to represent UNT Dallas at last week's 15th Annual Diversity and Leadership Conference at the Hilton Anatole Dallas, where they heard speeches from General Colin Powell, President Barack Obama and actress Amer

dr. burkett giving presentation

The world is watching how President Trump's immigration policies are affecting Hispanics in the United States, and how school administrators are attempting to calm students who fear that they, or a family member, could be deported.

monica williams presents in flag room dallas city hall

The City of Dallas closed Women's History Month on an inspiring note Friday afternoon with our Dr. Monica Williams, Vice President for Advancement, delivering a deeply personal speech to a large gathering at the Women's Celebration Luncheon at City Hall.

student at mobile market kick off

The UNT Dallas partnership with Toyota and DART that will transform a low-emission bus into a mobile market to deliver fresh fruits and vegetables to southern Dallas neighborhoods that lack access to wholesome foods is a significant investment in our community, and one that biology professor Dr. Kelly Varga believes can pay major dividends for residents.

unt system chancellor roe in podcast studio

In Episode 11, the University of North Texas System Chancellor Lesa Roe joins co-host Benjamin Bullock to talk about the importance of Women's History Month, including sharing her own accomplishments such as being the first woman center director for NASA's Langley Research Center.