Research awards will help ensure UNT Dallas Public Health graduates are equipped with career-ready skills in data analytics critical to solving today's public health challenges.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take an enormous economic toll on many in southern Dallas, UNT Dallas and the North Texas Food Bank bring back a disaster relief mobile food pantry to campus.
Community Youth Development Rising Blazers grant is up and running with a virtual summer camp from students and parents.
X-Culture project puts UNT Dallas students at the center of real business challenges.
Now more than ever it is important for UNT Dallas to afford opportunities to minority-owned businesses in our area and Texas.
President Bob Mong addresses students, faculties and staff about the Fall 2020 semester.
To commemorate Juneteenth and the end of slavery in the U.S., the UNT Dallas main campus and the College of Law will close on Friday, June 19.
UNT Dallas students were determined to continue to deliver health education workshops to local 10th-graders in the face of COVID-19.
UNT Dallas professors have their study published in the Linguistic Society of America's distinguished journal, Language.
The Principal Impact Collaborative (PIC) at the University of North Texas at Dallas this week announced its 2020 cohort of 23 principals from school districts across the Dallas-Fort Worth region.