University of North Texas at Dallas, the fastest-growing and most affordable four-year university in Dallas-Fort Worth, set an enrollment record for the third consecutive fall with 3,750 students enrolled at the 8-year-old school.
UNT Dallas President Bob Mong has been selected to the newly formed Dallas Mavericks Advisory Council (D-MAC).
On Friday, Sept. 14, the University of North Texas at Dallas School of Education hosted its "Encounter" event.
Spearheaded by Elizabeth Cheek, who is the Executive Director of the Emerging Teacher Institute on campus, this event highlighted and honored students, faculty, staff and alumni who have had an impact on the education advancement across the Dallas community.
Join the movement and help us raise funds for UNT Dallas Foundation. To commemorate our fifth year of participation with North Texas Giving Day we are asking you to share our fundraising page with FIVE friends or family members. This year 100% of donations received for North Texas Giving Day will help fund student scholarships.
In the second episode of the Urban Advantage Podcast, UNT Dallas student, presidential scholar and entrepreneur TJ "The DJ" Vaughns joins as a special guest. Bullock and Campbell give their takes on Nike teaming up with Colin Kaepernick for its "Just Do It" campaign.
In some places in southern Dallas, it’s still difficult to come by a grocery store with fresh fruits and vegetables. While there has been progress, food insecurity in the area is well above the national average. It’s an issue that students from UNT Dallas, in collaboration with Toyota and DART, aim to tackle.
In the first episode of the Urban Advantage Podcast, co-hosts Benjamin Bullock and Greg Campbell welcome UNT Dallas President, Bob Mong, as the special guest. Bullock and Campbell also discussed the great Aretha Franklin and what she meant to society.
The Emerging Teacher Institute at University of North Texas at Dallas, in partnership with The Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation, awarded 10 Charles Butt Scholarships for Aspiring Teachers May 23. The students are among the Foundation’s 100 inaugural scholarship recipients.