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UNT Dallas Responds will bring together students, faculty, staff and the community for a virtual discussion of today's most pressing issues, and call to action. 

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A statement from UNT Dallas President Bob Mong.

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826 will foster a vibrant and encouraging environment for our young, urban Dallas students to explore their passions and creativity, to share their ideas and advocate for their communities, UNT Dallas President Bob Mong says.

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Dr. Sheryl Santos-Hatchett spent a decade helping to build UNT Dallas the School of Education. Now she's the first professor granted emeritus status.

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Because of the COVID-19 crisis, students are advised to attend a university close to home that, like UNT Dallas, can deliver a completely virtual curriculum.

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Forced to cancel the traditonal commencement ceremony due to COVID-19, UNT Dallas announces plans to livestream a graduate tribute.

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Lewis Giles becomes the first College of Law recipient of this Leadership & Involvement award.

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In this time of crisis, UNT Dallas will not require students to submit SAT or ACT scores for admission.

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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.

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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.